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Thread: Twister Quilt using Kansas Troubles fabric line

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    I have the 10 inch ruler, which is nice but the 5 inch...Wow that looks AWESOME!

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    Really looks great!

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    It is a beautiful quilt and I know about the process of sewing and cutting and re-sewing. You did a beautiful job and the colors are lovely. A quilt to be proud of!

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    I have to share this. Last week I was in Superior Wisconsin at a wonderful shop called Country Schoolhouse and it is the home of the "Twister". One of the owners invented it and "boy oh boy" has it taken off. Also, the shop person was very NICE and accommodating. !!!
    If life gives you lemons, make Lemon Juice!! Make the most of everything.

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    Stunning! It is a lot of work. I made a small wall hanging at our quilt camp and it seems strange to make a quilt only to cut it up, but the results are so worth it.

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    Sounds like alot of work, but it really turned out great! I like the 'scraps' on the borders. Beautiful.
    When life gives you scraps, make quilts!

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    Beautifully done, gorgeous quilt. Thank you for sharing.

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    So pretty!! Great quilt. Love, love, love KT fabrics. I have so much yardage of hers that I need to use.. It creates such beautiful quilts with the contrast in her lines. When I was at my LQS last week, I was admiring all of the neat quilts & projects in this pattern & then I noticed that you need a tool, so I decided not to pursue. I just can't buy one more tool. Thanks for sharing & enjoy the quilt!
    'You Must Do The Thing That You Think You Cannot Do'
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    I love the twisted quilts, I really do, but I just don't like the idea of making two quilts to end up with one.
    SueDor

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    I love this! Kansas Troubles are perfect for this technique.

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