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Thread: Twister Wreath Finished

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    Twister Wreath Finished

    I recently finished this twister wreath - just in time for the 4th. It was really easy to do. I had taken a class a couple years ago using the twister but hadn't done anything with the ruler since then. Thanks for looking.
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    Wonderful work!!!!!!

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    Looks great!
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    Beautiful! I love it!

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    Beautiful - I love it!

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    I have the ruler but haven't done anything with it, but that might change since seeing your beautiful wall hanging! Great job!

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    That is the coolest thing I've seen done with the twister ruler. Was this a pattern included with the ruler or from a book on the twister?
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    Lovely hanging!
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    That is so beautiful, great work.

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    That is so pretty. Looks really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartiMorga View Post
    That is the coolest thing I've seen done with the twister ruler. Was this a pattern included with the ruler or from a book on the twister?
    The pattern was seperate from the ruler. I'm not at home right now to look it up, but if you would like to know the pattern name and designer, let me know and I will send that information later. It was really easy. Made it on a Saturday.
    Sophie2

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    love the fabrics
    nice

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    Great Twister!

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    Wow...love how you made that one...just two fabric colors.

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    Very, very cool!
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    Very nice wreath.

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    well now that is a lovely one. love your fabric too!

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    I love the twister tool. I have seen this wreath done in many different ways but this is the cutest. Patriotic always is a winner
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    Very pretty. I need to make one of those for Christmas. I have the twister ruler and have already made a baby quilt top and a doll quilt. I also saw a Christmas tree made from the twister tool. It was cool also.

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    that is really cool.

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    nicely done
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    For those who have asked, the pattern is "Twisted Wreath" by Rose Pohlar. My plan is to make one for various holidays - Halloween, Christmas etc. We will see if my plan works out. LOL
    Sophie2

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    very very nice! did you use a pattern, or is there a "general pattern" for layout to use the twister for a wreath?

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    oh look, I see the pic, post the comment and right above you answered my question! thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoxover View Post
    very very nice! did you use a pattern, or is there a "general pattern" for layout to use the twister for a wreath?
    There is a pattern for the wreath, but it does refer you to the "general twister" pattern. Some people can probably figure it out without the wreath pattern, but I am more of a pattern specific person. The number of patterns and books in my studio is proof of that! LOL
    Sophie2

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