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Thread: March Twister

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    Oh my - March twister is so cute and I love the colors in the 10 minute block quilt. Both are beautiful.. I think I'm needing to get that twister tool.

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    Love them both! I'll have to try a 10 minute quilt.

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    Both are very pretty but the 10 minute quilt block one is stunning. Perfect border and the colors are gorgeous.

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    Love your quick quilts. Nice in a pinch.I also like the 10 min. block.

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    Was the 10 minute block hard to do? It looks interesting. The twister is cute too.

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    I love them both! they look great. I look forward to seeing your wreaths.

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    LOVE it! I went to my LQS last week when you posted the Valentine one and the tool is on backorder. I hope to get it soon!!!

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    Both are beautiful. I think I like the St. Pat one a little better.

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    How difficult is the twister tool to learn. I've been trying to decide whether to buy both of them. I wish I could see a demonstration.

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    That March Twister is fantastic!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    adorable! Especially like the 10 min block quit. Thanks for sharing!

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    Both are beautiful - great work! *Love* the 10-minute block - and its border is really nice - is that applique or did you find a fabric to do that with??! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    What awesome colors you used in the ten minute block quilt - thank you for sharing

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    Never heard of a 10 minute block. It looks great, thanks for posting.

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    Love the March twist...what are you going to make for April? I love the 10 minute block quilt...anything scrapy gets my vote.

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    Beautiful quilts! love the green,

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    Love the twister wreath and the 10 minute block quilt. They are both lovely

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    Beautiful!

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    Great job on both!
    I love that you share with us!

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    Both are beautiful.

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    here is where you can buy the Wreath Pattern..

    "Twisted Christmas"
    http://www.gatheringroomquiltshop.com/

    you can to call them i think, or email them.

    when i got mine, it was not showing on thier webstore.

    The ruler can be bought from various on line places.
    http://www.bnpquilts.com/cgi-bin/Sto...es=0&lastmenu=



    there is a "lil twister" which measures 3", and uses 5" squares of fabric. (the wreath is made with this ruler)
    Happy Sewing!

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    I just googled the 10-minute block and found a wonderful video. Guess I shall head to the sewing room now and give it a try. With the 20" finished cathedral fold block, one can put together a charity quilt top in no time at all. Thanks.

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    That second quilt has a really interesting pattern.

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    Love 'em both! Great Job!

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    The 10 minute block quilt was made of a Moda Martinique layer cake. I had purchased additional fabric because I liked it so much. (Or I am addicted to buying fabric, whatever) I cut the flowers out and appliqued them onto the border. I think "they" call the technique Broide De Perce or something like that.
    I felt kinda silly. It only took a day to make the quilt and four days to applique the flowers onto the border!
    10 minute blocks but four day applique, sheesh.

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