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    AAQI lastest #33

    What I worked on today...my Alzheimers Art Quilt Initiative mini quilt. AAQI.org

    I do the Quilt-A-Month and $1000 challenge. Some months I do more than one, so this is #33.

    Pictures show template & design grid, original log cabin, after cutting & resewing, finished front and finished back. Got the idea while watching a "quilt in a day" episode. Used the 1.5 inch itty bitty twister tool. Finished size 8.5 X 8.5 inches

    Hope you enjoy!
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    Last edited by adnil458; 10-13-2012 at 05:14 PM.

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    Awesome. Your so creative. I love your use of color!!
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    All of them are gorgeous, love the colors too. You are very talented.
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    SOOOOOOOOOOOO cute!
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    very nicely done
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    Very nice. Love your pieceing.

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    Very nice work. I have two grandsons with Alzheimers.

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    what a cute little twister. It really moves. Great piecing job!
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    OMG...who would have "thunk it" too cleaver

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    Beautiful work! I want to learn how to do the twister blocks.

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    Such talent - just beautiful.

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    Very cute. I like the way you finished the back of your quilt.

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    love it - wonderful cause too!

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    Very nice--fun to see this from start to finish. I have 3 that need to be bound and sent off. AAQI will need to replenish supplies after Houston Quilt Show.
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    Beautiful job

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    Very clever use of the twister tool. I love the colors you used too.
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    I love the layout of the twister block! Certainly gives log cabin a new, fun look

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    That is amazing!! I can't wait to make a twister quilt, but I am waiting for the twister tools to get here! Thank you for the inspiration!!

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    very nice!!!!
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    Looks fantastic! Nice job!

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