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Thread: Fast, Cute and Easy Christmas Wreath Wallhanging

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    Super Member Qbee's Avatar
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    OK....I took my twister class yesterday and LOVED it. You use a special ruler and it is just so fun and easy. I got a pattern for the Christmas Wreath Wallhanging and it's so easy, I'm going to make a BUNCH for gifts!!! People will think that I actually know what I'm doing...LOL :D

    OK: Lots of people were wondering where to get the twister ruler and pattern. The ruler is available at several places on line but the pattern is brand new. I got both at my LQS here:

    http://www.gatheringroomquiltshop.com/

    Just send an email or whatever and Michelle or Karla will get back to you. Tell them Gail sent you :D

    Here's a pic of the wallhanging
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    Gail,

    I love your Christmas wreath wallhanging

    thanks for sharing!

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    This is really cute. You did a great job on it. I know that anyone who is lucky enough to get one of these from you will absolutely love it!!

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    Oh that is so neat !

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    I love it!!! Beautiful work :D:D:D

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    Will be e-mailing them.. this is truly beautiful. Thanks for posting this information..

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    Love it!

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    OMG - this is absolutely beautiful! Love Love Love the colors. Thanks for sharing the link. :)

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    Love your wallhanging it is beautiful and what a nice fabric choice!

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    2nd post tonight about the twister tool. I have both sizes and it's so fast. Did you use the big or small on on your beautiful wreath?

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    That is awesome, I bought these rulers today, the large and small.. I will definitely have to find this pattern
    I love it!!!!
    Debbie

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    Very cute, love it..

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    What a gorgeous Christmas Wall Hanging!! :D I love the pattern & the pretty fabric you picked, to make it with. Boy, do I wish I was on your list for Christmas!! :mrgreen: Your work is really nice. Thank you for sharing with all of us!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I really like that - what a wonderful gift that will be!

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    OMGosh.....I need to clarify a couple of things. I took the class and bought the pattern but haven't finished my first one yet. The picture is the one my teacher made..I am NO where near that good! Also, several folks have asked what size ruler you use. This pattern calls for the small ruler. The pattern was actually created by a local lady and my LQS helped her get it patented, etc. and is selling them for her :D Thanks and I hope you all have fun making them too.

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    Very nice! Great job!

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    That is very cute indeed :)

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    So funny, I cut out my 1st Twister blocks yesterday.Love the wreath & have to have that pattern.Of course,I'm on a fabric/notion diet....but one more pattern can't hurt!

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    That is very nice....I have been looking for a wreath pattern and I think this is the one I may do. Thank you for sharing...

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    Great wreath!
    Just HAVE to have that pattern!!

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    That is such a cute wall hanging. That will make great gifts.

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    Oh I like that wreath. My mind is going a hundred miles an hr now. Guess I might have to get the rulers.

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    I love the wreath, I just emailed the shop to find out about the pattern. Its hard to tell from the picture, but how many different fabrics did you use of each color and what is the size of wallhanging?

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    I think it depends on how many fabrics you want in the wreath (you can duplicate or not). I used the same light colored fabric for the background and the border like she did...then I picked 4 reds and 4 greens for my wreath...then a different red for the bow and a different grean for the little border and trim. I got some fabric that says "Merry Christmas" and "Happy Holidays" for the back because they are going out as gifts. For my own, I would just use something plain for the back. Have fun!!

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    Very Nice!!!!!!!

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