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Thread: Twisting Pinwheels In progress.

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    Twisting Pinwheels In progress.

    This started as 36-101/2 squares in red, green and light. then a 61/2 inch white boarder. Then cut in pinwheels with a marked 8 inch twister ruler. Now i am sewing the rows together. It is lots of fun. it is going to be a xmas quilted table cloth.Name:  IMG_2019.jpg
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    ohhh its going to be pretty

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    Looking good! I see you are chain stitching your rows together so you don't lose your place, smart!

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    very cute
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    That is going to be spectactular (sp)
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    very nice!!!!
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    looks great so far
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    Done with top today!Name:  IMG_2021.jpg
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    Suzanne
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    That is going to be wonderful.
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    How pretty!
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    Very pretty....great fabric choices.

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    That looks so effective. Well done.

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    Lovely fabrics! Can't wait to see it finished.
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    Wow! Going to look lovely when it's finished. Please post when finished

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    very pretty
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    It looks great!

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