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Thread: Lil' twister tool

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    i just finished a baby quilt using the Lil' Twister tool. If you have not seen this tool it make pinwheels super easy. I used scraps that i had on hand and it turnded out quite cute.

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    i will have to look at that

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    Please post a picture of your quilt for us, thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by nancylouie
    i just finished a baby quilt using the Lil' Twister tool. If you have not seen this tool it make pinwheels super easy. I used scraps that i had on hand and it turnded out quite cute.

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    i will try to figure out how to do that.

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    I,m not sure this will work but if it does here is my lil twister quilt.
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    If you download I think you can see my picture.

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    It is really an adorable quilt.

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    Adorable!

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    I've seen a lot of twister quilts but I think I like your arrangement the best. That is a really pretty quilt. Great job.

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    Very Pretty :mrgreen:

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    Sweet! Love the colors!

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    That's the cutest twister quilt I've seen - the colors are wonderful together!

    I had the twister tool on my wish list, but I took it off when I saw how much fabric is wasted. Seeing your quilt makes me want to put it back on my list! :)

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    Pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by nancylouie View Post
    i just finished a baby quilt using the Lil' Twister tool. If you have not seen this tool it make pinwheels super easy. I used scraps that i had on hand and it turnded out quite cute.
    I am wondering the *name of the pattern* you used the Twister tool for in the baby quilt? Sew cute
    thanx

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    Wonderful quilt. Some lucky baby....

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    What size is the Lil' twister? I also do not like the wastage from the patterns I've seen but using scraps would certainly cut down on that! I really like your baby quilt. Thanks for a super neat idea!
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    I have made a few twister quilts. you can use the left overs for other quilts. Waste..Nope..just use them for a border or a scrappy postage quilt.

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    Really cute!

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    Beautiful quilt! I took a workshop using the Lil Twister. It was easy and fun. The waste wasn't enough to bother me. I bought the big Twister but haven't used it yet. And at Joann I bought a twister ruler that will make all sizes. I had a coupon to use so got it.
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