Twister Wreath

Posted Monday, May 30th, 2011 in Fabric Stash, Quilting, Sewing and Crafting, Twister Wreath, Wall Hanging | Read More

This small wall hanging was made from fabric from my stash. I saw a picture of a twister wreath and wanted to try it. (Thank you new2quilting.)   It went together very quickly.

I used five inch squares: 9 background, 8 red, and 8 green squares.

The next step is to sew them into rows.

Add 3 inch borders, using the background fabric.

The next step is to cut it apart using the Lil’ Twister tool.

Place the squares into rows in the same order they were cut.

Sew the squares into rows and join the rows together.

The final step is to add a border. I cut  two strips  1  1/2 inches wide the width of the fabric.  The finished size of the quilt is 20 1/2 inches.

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