I worked on a 'twister' quilt top this weekend. I got the top all done but the border(s). Still deciding what to do - should I add a tiny narrow red border, then black and white borders and do a red binding? Or should I keep it all black/white? Decisions decisions! If you haven't found the ''twister'' cutting ruler yet, it is a FUN quilt to make I must say! Here is a post on ModaLissa's blog that explains the ruler and how to get one (or two!). I only ordered the one for the 5'' charms, but I think I might go ahead and get the one for the layer cakes too :) The charm one makes little 3'' blocks. This baby-sized quilt took 3 charm packs (I used Moda's ''Half Moon'' charms). When it was originally sewn together in blocks, it looked lap-sized, or small twin sized. It really gets quite a bit smaller cutting it up and resewing. You do get a bunch of bonus 2'' squares though, which I think I will use either as a border or on the backing. I think the next time I make one, I will alternate the print blocks with solids to make alternating solid and print twister pinwheels. I think it will look better with more definition between the pinwheels don't you think? I have 3 charm packs of ''Fresh Cottons'' from Fig Tree Quilts that I think I will try this with - and use some ''parchment'' yardage (a nice very pale yellow-tone off-white color) to do the alternating blocks with.