This twister quilt was made following Jasmine's tutorial except I cut my squares at 6 inches instead of 10 to make a smaller twister block. And I used white for every other twister to lighten the quilt up a bit.
I laid my ruler 1.5 inches in from the left on the top and 1.5 inches in from the right on the bottom and made a cut.
I don't have a rotating mat big enough so I just moved my ruler without moving the fabric. Repeat the same cut.
Each piece ends up looking exactly the same. NOTE: remember to place all squares right side up when cutting on the 4 pieces or they will be backwards.
I was deciding between twisters that were all the same in the block or the scrappy version. After I laid out the pieces, I decided it would be easier to cut some of the white into 2 pieces instead of 4 so there would be less sewing. I forgot to take a picture of this and you can't see it in the picture. Sorry!
I went with the scrappy version. I somewhat randomly placed a black and red print together and sewed all the blocks. Then I trimmed them to 4.5 inches. Them placed them out on the design wall to make sure all the different fabrics got spread out.
I really love this quilt! I plan on making some more in the future. Perhaps lime green and teal or maybe even 3 different colors. Lots of options with this pattern. Hope you give it a try!