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Thread: My First Twister

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    Senior Member asimplelife's Avatar
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    That is so cute! I remember that fabric line - how perfect for your project. Great job!

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    Love your heart! Was it easdy to do? See many quilts made using the twister tool. Might be something I need to pick-up on next trip.

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    Nicely done. I should make one for me front hall! Luann in Brrrr chilly CT
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    that is really cute

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    I love the look of the twister. But it seems like such a waste of the fabrics in between. Does anyone use these for anything else ? Besides" I add them to the scrap bag".

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    I brought a Twister tool and did you a nice pattern.

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    It is darling. I love your choice of fabric.
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    Nice job...it's very cute. I vote for a pretty pink candy stripe binding.
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    Good for you, you did a really nice job!

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    I just bought this tool yesterday at the Pacific International Quilt Festival. I think you have inspired me to get going on it.

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    Wow! that's lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitsykeel View Post
    I like your twister heart. What size is your twister tool? I have the 4 inch one and just made a Christmas Wreath. I will send you a copy of my pattern if you will send me yours. Is that ok? You can pm me.

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    My tool was 3.5". Sending you a PM.
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    Ooooooh that is excellent. Bought one of these and have yet to use it. (Can't figure out how to).Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I posted these pics in my album. Hope it is helpful. I used a charm pack.

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    Great twister mini- love the color and how you put it together.

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    I love it! So pretty!

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    I watched how to do this on youtube the other day, it looks like a lot of fun.
    I love your heart block.
    ~Dana~

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    I am starting one - would never want to start out small - I am making a king-size one from three main colors and one border color - for my daughter. It has been a shaky start since I have both the one from the vendor and one from June Taylor (rulers) - the first one makes a smaller block than the largest one on the June Taylor ruler and I was planning on using the June Taylor one and cut the fabric for the other one - oh well, now I just need more blocks - hence, three trips to purchase fabric for this one project ... it will get done and it will be beautiful!

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    This posted before I was done - I love your quilt and would love to make some with designs - hearts, Christmas trees, animals, etc.

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    Oh my gosh that is beautiful. I wish I could do that some day. I need to take lessons. I wish I could see it larger to really appreciate the beauty

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    I really like how those hearts turned out. I haven't seen that pattern. You should be proud of it.

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    Very pretty. I have the Lil twister, but havent used it yet.

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    Looks wonderful! Nice job!

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