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Thread: Musical Twister

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    I made my first twister quilt as a Christmas present for my SIL I used FQ of music fabric and I learned that there needs to be a little more contrast to make the pinwheels pop. Over all I am pleased and I know he will love it for his music room, he plays the guitar and has a small room set up with them.
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    Very nice :) Your SIL will love it!

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    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing

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    I love all the contrast in the quilt - great job!

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful Where do you get the pattern, I love these.

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    I like it!! It has an absrtact look to it, makes it unique.

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    Awesome!! Your SIL is going to love it :D:D:D

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    Lovely!

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    I bought the little and large twister rulers and it is basically 5 inches squares sewn together and then you cut them apart with the twister ruler and then sew them back together. It was really pretty simple just time consuming.

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