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I can't stop twisting!!!

Posted by lindaoh (My Page) on
Fri, May 27, 11 at 19:13

I made another Twister quilt using a layer cake that I bought last year. This time I arranged the blocks by color going from dark to light. I have small squares left to make a small twister quilt.
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Linda OH

Here is a link that might be useful: See the Twister quilt here


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RE: I can't stop twisting!!!

I bought the Lil twister but haven't tried it. How many charms would you need to make a lil Twister baby quilt?

Also, have you seen the Twister wreaths?

photo:
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-98457-1.htm

Here is a link that might be useful: Twister Wreath Layout


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RE: I can't stop twisting!!!

new2quilting, I made a lil Twister using 36 squares and the finished size is 25" square including the 3" border. I'm not sure how many it would take to make a baby quilt.
I really like the Twister wreath. I will have to try that too.
Linda OH


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RE: I can't stop twisting!!!

Thanks. I guess I'll just have to experiment with size, and there's always adding more borders. One of my LQS had one with the twisters "floating" on a yellow background, so I guess they did every other square yellow. It was a neat effect.


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RE: I can't stop twisting!!!

Linda, I really like your color combination! How big is your quilt?
Sue


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RE: I can't stop twisting!!!

Sue, Thank you Sue. I think it is 63 or 64 inches square.
Linda OH


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