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    nicely done
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    For those who have asked, the pattern is "Twisted Wreath" by Rose Pohlar. My plan is to make one for various holidays - Halloween, Christmas etc. We will see if my plan works out. LOL
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    very very nice! did you use a pattern, or is there a "general pattern" for layout to use the twister for a wreath?

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    oh look, I see the pic, post the comment and right above you answered my question! thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoxover View Post
    very very nice! did you use a pattern, or is there a "general pattern" for layout to use the twister for a wreath?
    There is a pattern for the wreath, but it does refer you to the "general twister" pattern. Some people can probably figure it out without the wreath pattern, but I am more of a pattern specific person. The number of patterns and books in my studio is proof of that! LOL
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    That's cool and how appropriate for the 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoxover View Post
    very very nice! did you use a pattern, or is there a "general pattern" for layout to use the twister for a wreath?
    There is a pattern for the wreath, but it does refer you to the "general twister" pattern. Some people can probably figure it out without the wreath pattern, but I am more of a pattern specific person. The number of patterns and books in my studio is proof of that! LOL
    Sophie2

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    Awesome job!
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    nice job//

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    Very pretty...looks like patriotic fabric

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