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Thread: An adorable Twister pattern!

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    An adorable Twister pattern!

    I keep finding all these neat Twister patterns. Maybe I should get mine out & actually try one... LOL! This one looks really cute & is a neat technique, I think. Hope you like it, too!

    http://stashslashproject.blogspot.co...quilt-top.html
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    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    I keep finding all these neat Twister patterns. Maybe I should get mine out & actually try one... LOL! This one looks really cute & is a neat technique, I think. Hope you like it, too!

    http://stashslashproject.blogspot.co...quilt-top.html
    They are really fun and interesting to do. Our church group just had a 2 part sewing session teaching how to make these. Some interesting and very pretty ones were done. I have done the wreaths, 2 different table runners and a large withches hat. Hope you try one soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    I keep finding all these neat Twister patterns. Maybe I should get mine out & actually try one... LOL! This one looks really cute & is a neat technique, I think. Hope you like it, too!

    http://stashslashproject.blogspot.co...quilt-top.html
    I think you should make a Twister project! They are fun and VERY addictive!

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    that's neet. When you run across the twister pattern for the Christmas tree, please post it! I've been hunting for that one.

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    Thanks for posting this cool idea. I'm adding it to my save pile!
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    Cindy, there is a tutorial her on our site for a twisted christmas tree
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...e-t169683.html
    Hope this is what you are looking for.
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    Funny you posted this link and thank you. At my quilting group this am we were talking about making something using the twister ruler. Good timing.
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    Thanks for the post, she makes it look so easy. I purchased the book and ruler last year at a retreat but have not done anything with it yet.
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    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    So where do I get a ruler

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    I found my book but now can't find my ruler and I just saw it a few weeks ago. I even cleaned up my ruler area looking for it. I guess I am not suppose to start another project this weekend. Having a ladies weekend at a friends house and I have so many project packed I will never get them done but one never knows what she is going to feel like working on.
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    Love it! Thanks for sharing!
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    I love this ruler. I made a hollaween wreath for my sister this week & then 4 91/2 mug rugs out of extra blocks I will try this pattern really soon. Thanks for the tute
    catherine antone

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    The twister patterns are so neat and I have made several small sized quilts. Have a scrappy in the process of cutting now.
    Thank you for the new version.
    Jan in MI

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