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Thread: Halloween Twister Table Runner

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    Super Member kittenquilts's Avatar
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    I know I'm really early, but had to try this! Of those of you that have done twisters, how did you quilt them? I'm thinking just SID, but could do free motion meander. What do you think?

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    That is a cute table runner.

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    Love it! I can wait to try a twister. Did you start with three small quilts or one big one? How big did you start with?

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    I love it!

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    I love that! Great fabric choices....

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    Love your twister table runner!

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    Cute! Great idea for framing the blocks!

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    Just LOVE it!!!! SID...............

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    Oh are your colors great. No suggestions for quilting though, sorry

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    Very cute! Sorry I can't help with the quilting!

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    CUTE !!!!

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    I really like the twister pattern, & I have made one ready to
    quilt. I'll post pictures after it is done...............all solid colors
    in mine.

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    Each of the three blocks consists of four 5 inch squares with a 3 1/2 inch cream border on each side. I used the small twister template. Then I just added borders all around, a black flange and a 3 inch outer border. It was fun to work on!

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    That's a very clever way to use the twister. I'm going to copy this...hope that's ok. I may try it with Christmas fabrics.

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    Cute. Echo quilt ing

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    I would quilt it with something Hallowe'eny --- bats maybe? They would be fairly simple to FMQ.

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    Quilting: witches hats, pumpkins, B O O cats w/arched backs.

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