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Thread: twister Xmas tree and wreath

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    I played with my twister template again. The Tree was done
    with a 1.5 inch template. The second picture is how I layed
    out the blocks before cutting them with the template. Hope
    you like them.
    ruthie
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    Good job. Very pretty.

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    Very nice.

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    I gotta get one of those templates!!! LOVE, LOVE the tree & Wreath:)

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    Great projects! Thanks for doing the layout on the tree.
    I really like your border on the wreath.

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    :thumbup:

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    Oh that border is with a Creative Grids Trapezoid ruler. It is so
    cool. It makes the French Braid. I added the little white square
    to it. But this ruler does the Attic Window too. I think there
    web site is www.creativegridsusa.com Sure made this super easy border. Made a French Braid quilt with a Bali pop and had
    it all cut out in about 15 min. Hope this helps
    ruthie

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    So cool. Thank you for showing the layout. It is interesting.

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    Love them both. They are so pretty.

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    Thanks for the tree layout. I love twisters, too.

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    Love them, thanks for the layout, can't wait to try one.

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    Nice! Love it.

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    I love the tree!

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    Very cute

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    These are lovely! I may need to make a few twister trees for Christmas. Thank you for the 'before' layout. Thanks also on the info on the ruler.

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    Very pretty.

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    I really like those.

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    Nice!!!!

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    thanks for posting the pictures - i love the twister! i need to get my own instead of always borrowing my sister's!
    it's like putting a jig saw puzzle together after you cut them out! beautiful job on your projects

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    very nice. I haven't used a twister tool that small, but it is definitely cute.

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    Another one for the to do list... thank you for the layout.

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    Very pretty!

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    I love it. What a great way to use the Twister. I've only made 1 table runner with mine and it was pretty easy. I should try to be more creative like your tree on the next one. Thanks for the pictures. :thumbup:

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    The twister tool is my latest favorite toy!

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    Nice job

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