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It's a beneficial information about how to make a twister Christmas tree and you can easily follow it. If you don't want to make it, you can buy ready made artificial Christmas tree from the web. I would like to suggest you for natural tree because it's look traditional.
You're absolutely right. I went to the hardware store and had them cut me a 3 1/2 inch square out of plexiglass, (they gave it to me for free because they made it out of scrap). When I got it home I scratched the 2 lines on it, I drew along the scratch with a magic marker, wiped off the excess, then taped clear tape over the scratch. Ta Da! I think I found the paper pattern on a site where they called it 'square dance'
You can buy a twister tool at Joanns, Hancocks, any quilt shop I would think. My tool is 5 1/2 in and came from Hancoks. Its by omnigrid. A warning they are so easy they are addictiive.
thank you very much. the only thing different I would do it make the bulk of the white a solid block them do the smaller pieces. Thank you for that.
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Ladyinred, do you mean there is another tute that you have done for the twister Christmas tree? I checked the tutorial archive and could not find anything.
I've got to get one of the little Twisters. This method is soooo cool. thanks for the tutorial!
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