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Thread: Twister Baby Quilt

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    Twister Baby Quilt

    I used the charm pack size twister template to make this quilt.
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    I really like this; very soothing.
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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    That is soo cute.
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    Did you follow a pattern for this? It is really lovely.

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    ​Pretty quilt and great quilting!

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    Love it! So soft and sweet! What size is it finished and what size was it with the charms sewn together? Did you just alternate pink and print blocks? Love your quilting too!

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    Really cute! It looks like fluffy pink cotton candy!
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    No, I didn't follow any pattern. Just sewed squares together til I ran out of the fabric and then did the twister tool thing. You lose about 1/4 of the original size when you do the twister thing, but the leftovers can be used in other things.

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    Yes, I just alternated pink blocks and patterned when I sewed the squares together.

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