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    More twisters

    I was on a twister kick, they were habit forming. Made with the small tool.
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    They are all beautiful!! I love playing with the twister tool.

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    all are very nice. i like the prairie points on the first one
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    I definitely have to get one of those rulers!
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    All are really really nice. I love the prairie points.

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    really cute! I bought the twister tool the other day and can't wait to try it out!

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    Wish i could do those! They bafffled me too much!! LOL...had one sent to me with ruler but I still messed up so i just put it away for future project....guess i was too wound up to fully pay attention to directions! Sigh..
    take plenty of pic of family & friends, keep tabs on loved ones but make time for yourself !

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    I may need to get me a twister tool. Nice job

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    Those are beautiful. I haven't tried it yet. Have the tool but don't have the nerve to try it yet.
    Looks so complicated. Is it?
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Colour does make them....

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    Nice job! I like them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    all are very nice. i like the prairie points on the first one
    I agree!!!!!
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    Keep on this "kick". They are just so darling.
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    Not complicated at all ! I was afraid to try it at first too, then I saw pics on here as to how to place the tool, it was so easy. Just try, you'll love all the different looks you can get, even from the same layout.
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    They are all pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbillycrafter View Post
    All are really really nice. I love the prairie points.
    Darling! Adorable! Precious! I like the buttons on the first one! And the pastel one would be great for a baby quilt (what size are these?)! I have the tool but am too a'scared to try it.
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    very pretty

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    Yeah they are coooooool
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    Very cute. I like the prairie points.
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    I have not cared for twister quilts I have seen until I just looked at yours! I love them. Don't know if it's the colors or designs but I could now see myself making one like yours. Added to my favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    Darling! Adorable! Precious! I like the buttons on the first one! And the pastel one would be great for a baby quilt (what size are these?)! I have the tool but am too a'scared to try it.
    Thanks so much ! The ones that are square measure about 36", the pastel one was sent to Canada as a baby shower gift for my DH's DGD, who will make her appearance the first week of August. Forgot to measure the pastel one.
    Diane

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    All great--I love the addition of the prairie points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by margee View Post
    I have not cared for twister quilts I have seen until I just looked at yours! I love them. Don't know if it's the colors or designs but I could now see myself making one like yours. Added to my favorites.
    Thank you. I love the bright neon colors and the contrast of the black was one of my "bright ideas, lol" one day. When I showed some ladies I knew, they all wanted one, then my family saw them, and they had to have one too.....just so much fun to see them morph into the final results.
    Diane

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    I love all of them. I should really give this a try.
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    Stunning quilts, thanks for the inspiration.

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