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I made this wall hanging to display for Valentine's Day. And even though it was celebrated a few days ago, it's a great project to show.
For years I intended to make a project using the Twister technique. The blog hop gave me the impetus I needed. And, I found the perfect project at Freemotion by the River, by Connie. She designed a free pattern of a small heart project that I thought would be just the thing.
I didn't have a Twister template, but Connie's directions told how to make a paper template. After I gathered the red fabrics I wanted to use, I was ready to begin.
I sewed the squares as directed.
I think the Twister template would have given me more finger safety than the paper (I incurred no injury). I should have tried using a 24mm rotary cutter rather than my 45mm rotary cutter.
My layout of pieces on the ironing board. Each had a twister turn and are showing possibilities!
Finally, sewn, row by row for a finished top! I quilted it corner to corner.
On the back I used a technique I learned from Ammi Sims to make a hanger.
She cuts squares for the corners and folds them in half. Sew them on before adding the binding. I added two loop-type hangers to help keep the center from falling out. I did not have a long dowel; so, for now I used a ruler as a hanging rod.
After quilting the top, it measured 20" x 20". Thank you for visiting.
Below, is the list of blog hop participants for today and tomorrow. If you missed some of the other days, HERE is the complete list.
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