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Thread: Tops Completed In Line to be Quilted

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    Super Member Lakeview Quilting's Avatar
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    Thanks for viewing my creations!!

    Just for fun quilt
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    Should I Twist these 5" squares?
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    Great job!! What do you mean by twist them, on the second quilt?

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    very nice...love the first one!!!

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    WOW awsome job on all...:O)

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    Im sorry ~ Im thinking of using the twister tool then the 5" squares appear as a pinwheel design.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    Great job!! What do you mean by twist them, on the second quilt?

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    Love the 1st one. I like the 2nd as is.

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    Don't forget if you twist them, the quilt will be smaller so you'll need to decide how you want it. You would also want to add a border. Are the blocks large enough to twist? I used 4.5" blocks and made a 3.5" tool for this one.
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    I just love all of them! I think the twist and turn quilts are great but I would not twist that quilt. The fabrics are so pretty and I love the simplicity of it all! Thanks so much for sharing with all of us!

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    Love the red, white, and black quilt. I love that color combination any way you slice it! :-D :-D Probably because they are our college colors...Go Texas Tech!

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    very pretty!!

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