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Thread: Latest AAQI

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    Super Member oksewglad's Avatar
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    Hip Hip Hooray!! Three cheers for the RWandB. Great use of the twister block, Wonderful if it's the 10000th! My last one was 9924--I just checked 9968 is the last # registered.
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    awesome job

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    Aren't twister quilts fun!
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    very nice, I like doing the twister patterns. Can you tell me where you got the pattern or is this one you made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarionSands View Post
    very nice, I like doing the twister patterns. Can you tell me where you got the pattern or is this one you made?
    My own design ... 5 rows
    First row was blue, blue, red, red, red, red,
    second row was blue, blue, white, white, white, white
    third row all red
    fourth row all white
    fifth row all red
    then bordered in brown and bordered in brown after using twister and resown.
    So actually originally only 34 original blocks, but after cut and resown 150. Is this fuzzy math????? LOLOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnil458 View Post
    My own design ... 5 rows
    First row was blue, blue, red, red, red, red,
    second row was blue, blue, white, white, white, white
    third row all red
    fourth row all white
    fifth row all red
    then bordered in brown and bordered in brown after using twister and resown.
    So actually originally only 34 original blocks, but after cut and resown 150. Is this fuzzy math????? LOLOLOL
    I must admit, I find your math very fuzzy. Hehe. Because I see just shy of 80 squares after sewing the originals and then cutting and resewing.

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    Aaqi #10007 awwwwww

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    That is so neat.

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    Oh, you just missed the 10,000th one! It is darling and you did a great job! I just sent my 9 to them a few weeks ago (9687-9695)!! Love your little mini and know it'll sell quick!

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    Great job!

    Linda

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