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Thread: With a Twist - an unbelievably quick project!

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    I like this idea and it would be easy to make any size you want. Thanks for showing your nice work. quilt for fun Grandma G

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeemmerling621 View Post
    Found the pattern at my LQS; it's by Bean Counter Quilts. Fount it online here - http://www.quilterswarehouse.com/p-2...er-quilts.aspx
    Yours in much prettier than the pattern cover (IMHO)!

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    Very pretty!!
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    This is realy cool! A very old block done in a very new way.
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    What a great idea for a fast quilt with a lot of character! I have a lil' twist template, maybe I'll use it for something like this. I love batiks too.
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    I love it! Sew pretty!
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    Pretty! Love the colors!

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    Beautiful! Did you use a pattern, or is this your own design? I have a lot of batiks that I bought when we went on our HawIian cruise. I've been trying to decide what I want to do with them.

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    Great way to do somthing different with the twisters love it!

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    i dont normally care for big chunky things but this is ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!! i love the way this turned out! if you ever dont want it, i will send you my address. and if you want to part with the pattern, i would dearly love to have it! love the colors and its simplicity. you did fantastic and i love the fact you did it in one day!
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    That is a unique layout for the twister. I love your bold stripes and giant twisters. BTW, I agree that it doesn't need any borders. Thanks for sharing.
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    love it!!!

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    So pretty! I love batiks--and just bought the twisty cut ruler yesterday. I haven't used it yet, but can't wait to try it!

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    WOW! It looks fabulous!
    I love batiks, too!

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