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Thread: halloween twister wreath

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    Now here it is with a bow!
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    CUTE !!

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    That looks great with the bow! (looked fine without it also)

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    Great job. I love it.

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    This Halloween lover likes your wreath a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by habell07
    Here's my latest twister wreath. I had trouble finding halloweenish orange and black fabric, so this is what I came up with. Does it look halloweenish?
    I love this quilt! I opened the topic thinking I could find a quilt such as this to hang from my front door! As a new quilter-is this doable? Or maybe a long runner instead? I want something different! I am hoping that I can use some kind of protectent (Scotch Guard?). I have a nice large porch that it would protect it from rain. Tell me if I am crazy or if you have other ideas I can use!

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    Looks Halloweenish to me!

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    This is so fun. I've made a fair number of lap and bed quilts using the Twister rulers, but no wreaths. I keep seeing these, so I guess I better get busy and make some. I love how they all have turned out! Thanks for sharing.

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    Great job, it really looks like Halloween to me.

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    Pretty, yes it does look halloweenish.

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    Is there a special pattern for the wreath? I bought the book but don't see the wreath. Thanks.

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    Very nice and halloweenie ! well if halloweenie is a word !LOL

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    Definitely Halloween. I have yet to try a twister. Nice job.

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    Very cute!! bought the template recently and trying to decide what fabrics to use it on. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sweet! I love all things Halloweenie...

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    I love it.
    I am working on the Christmas one now.
    It's my first attempt at Twisters and I am enjoying it.

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    very nice!

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    ohhhhhhh thank you for reminding me to take out my door hanging for Halloween ;) . Your wallhanging is so cute. :thumbup:

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    Did you make a picture before you cut, if so, could you share it.

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    I love halloween colors and your quilt is beautiful.

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    Beautiful...thanks for sharing it with us

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    Love it - I was also wondering if you had taken a picture with just the squares - before the twister. I would love to make one of these too.

    Mary

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    Really cute.

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    It definitely looks Halloween-ish. Very cute.

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    That is really really cute! Great job!!

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