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Thread: Christmas Tree Skirt (Kit)?

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    EmsMom's Avatar
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    Has anyone seen a kit to make a christmas tree skirt? I tried doing a search but didn't come up with much.

    Thanks.

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    Look in Connecting Threads! This one is cute.
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    I'm fairly new - what is connecting threads? Is it a website?

    Thanks.

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    Connectingthreads.com

    Yes, is a website that sells a great product.

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    thanks!~

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    connecting threads is one of my very favorite shops! great prices on their fabrics...all made in the USA! out of cotton grown in the USA! i buy all of my thread from them too. i've seen some cute inexpensive kits there too, although i do not buy kits, so i don't know how great they are. i assume they are good because everything else is good from there.
    another resource for holiday specific fabrics, patterns and kits is: christmascloth.com
    good selection good prices, she is only open part of the year (after the holidays she clearances everything off and closes until the next year's holiday season

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    Thanks ckcowl. I will check there as well. I'm thinking I should do a "kit" rather than a pattern cuz I am really new to this LOL

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    Try fatquartershop.com. She has a few patterns on her website as well. Very nice online shop and they have excellent customer service. :)

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    Thanks quiltinggirl - I will their website too!

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    You can find a free pattern here:
    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/patte....html?idx=7209
    I used it but made my own adjustments to suit me.
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