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Thread: christmas tree pattern

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    Could somebody tell me where I could get a pattern for a Christmas tree. I want it to be a different/crazy looking tree. I can't find a pattern anywhere here in Des Moines. I want it be for a quilt or wall hanging.


    Sharon

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    I will google and see if I can find you a free pattern

    1. http://craftylaine.com/865/christmas-tree-wall-hanging/

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    here are a couple of Christmas tree patterns I am making this year.
    http://thimble-art.com/category/patterns. The pattern is called 'Oh,Christmas Tree' It is foundation pieced but very easy to do and looks beautiful.
    The other is at. happystashquilts.com. The pattern is called 'spring into Christmas.

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    Check out this one http://www.sewwhat-quilting.com/prod...s+up+lights+on

    sorry just checked it's out of stock but may be available at another site.

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    i rather like this one http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-159364-1.htm
    i believe sharoney has it for sale on her website in her signature

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    check out this site.... I just saw some cute ones there that might work for you... and some patterns are free.
    http://www.blockcrazy.com/

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    If you have the Twister ruler, there is a christmas tree that you can do with it. You basically do a plain background of cream/light squares and do a pyramid shape in the middle in green squares. You then use your Twister ruler to re-cut squares.

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    Thank you all for you help. I appreciate it

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