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Thread: Lone Star Twist

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    Junior Member ShySally's Avatar
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    Lone Star Twist has 16 pieces of 18 to 23 repeat on material. When I made this one I didn't have the material so I had two sheets and this is what I made it out of. If you want a quick quilt this is it. Only thing there is alot of wasted material with this quilt. You need around 6 yds to do this quilt.
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    Gorgeous!! I love those roses :D:D:D

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    Very pretty! Love the border.

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    that is really nice, great job.

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    VERY PRETTY!!!!

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    Great idea!! Very pretty!! :thumbup: :D

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    beautiful, great job

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    That's so pretty.
    I never thought to make a Lone Star that way.
    I'm going to make one too (someday..)

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    Your quilt is beautiful. It definitely doesn't look quick. The stack and whack is on my to do list.

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    Very pretty!

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    Lovely!! :wink:

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    Very pretty.

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    That one is very pretty as well.

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    This one's beautiful too. Love the border.

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    I can see the repeats better on this one. It looks like a large kaleidoscope. Very pretty and so feminine.

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    Quick....did ya say? Wow, it is beautiful ! How did you put it together and the measurements are ?

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    I love it.... :thumbup:

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    Finally a beautiful pic - worth the wait. Its gorgeous.

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    Oh, WOW! That is something. It's a wonderful variation of the Stack 'n Whack method. You did a lovely job!

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    Looks great!!

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    I can see this picture. I love it. Pretty colors and I love the kalieoscope in it.

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    Love the looks of this one

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    I've never seen a Lone Star made like that--most I've seen are radiating colors. I really like it. Maybe I'll do one like that someday.

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    That is very pretty. I love that pattern. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very, very pretty!

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