Lovely quilts and beautiful horse.
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Wow! That twister one is way beyond me, but I might manage the first one. I'm thinking small as a wall hanging maybe. What a great way to use small amounts of holiday fabric we accumulate. Thanks for posting; it is lovely.
It was already beautiful when you used the square patches, but when you used the Twister ruler it came alive! With the colors you chose, this one really sparkles! You may choose to never do another, but you sure hit the mark with this one! Gorgeous!
"It is what it is!"
Wow! what a difference, very cool project!
Red meat is not bad for you . . . fuzzy green meat is bad for you.
You can at least have the great satisfaction that all your hard work produced a spectacular result. Love it !!!
Of all the things i've lost, i miss my mind the most.
It's true that the before and after pictures say it all. I made a twister quilt and was complaining about sewing it together to cut it apart to sew back together.....but to see the finished product.....it is worth all the work. Beautiful quilt.
I have a question. I have not done a twister quilt yet, but would like to do a baby quilt in greens. If i put it together in the 5" squares step in the shape of a shamrock, and then cut it up in the twister step, will it look like a shamrock when I sew it back together? Like your Christmas tree? It would be so cool if it did.
A time to tear, And a time to sew;
A time to keep silence, And a time to speak;
This is beautiful! Great JOB!
OOOOOOH so that is how you do it. I could never figure it out. Thank you for showing both Now I can make something.
SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
Stay strong and keep looking up.