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Thread: Halloween twister border

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trish View Post
    How did you lay out the blocks to do the twister border?
    I found a blog with step by step instructions: http://bobbidinkdesigns.blogspot.com...llhanging.html

    Hope that helps!

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    Man that is so cool. Have plans to do a panel Halloween, could you tell me how you originally laid out the border. I have done twister before but laid it out in pattern before cutting. Thanks!

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    So Totally cool...great job all around

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    Love it. The twister border is great.
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    very cute!!!!
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    Very cute. The twister border is perfect.
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    very cute...
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    Love the twister boarder, thanks for th link on how to do it, I would do a meandor....take it to a longarmer it wouldnt take only about an hour for one to do it !

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    Very Happy looking. Great job. I say go for it and do some outlining and meander in the border. Great job.
    This too shall pass.
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    I had two of these same panels and made wall/door hangers out of them with praire points top and bottom. I did outline quilting around most of the items. I did a meander in the middle portion. Turned out great. One for me and one for my Mom.

    Love what you did, and love the border!! I have the twister tool, just haven't mustarded up nerve enough to give it a go yet.
    The trouble with Trouble is.....It usually starts out like fun!!

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