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Thread: Christmas Wall Hanging

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    Smile Christmas Wall Hanging

    Looking for a fast and fairly easy Christmas wall hanging pattern, (not too big). I have some charm packs and a small stash of Christmas fabric. However, I can always get some more.

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    The Lil" Twister wreath is so easy and fast. Three colors.
    Kitsy

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    you might try doing a search in yahoo Images for christmas quilt wall hangings. see if something there would work for you. i saw several.

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    This is one I did for my son's apartment. He likes it a lot as he doesn't put up a tree.
    There is also a link, within this post, to the original post of anoher wallhanging:

    Christmas Tree Wallhanging for Son's Apartment

    Have fun!

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    I just picked up the newest issue of Quiltmaker magazine. It has one pattern for a wallhanging that I will be doing this season. It is a Polar bear with a Santa hat on, looking in through the window. It is sew cute and is a rectangle about 18 to 20 inches long? It says it is easy and it is paper pieced but does not have a lot of pieces. It is my promised reward to myself after I finish up some other projects.

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    check out "Whitehouse Christmas tree" pasttern. Just type in this name and it will bring it up. It is FREE from Simplicity. It is easy and can be done in about 2 afternoons. It measure about 27x33. I chose to add Christmas decorations instead of buttons.

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    I made a few Christmas tree small wall hangings from a pattern that was in McCall's last nov/dec issue (I think). It was made from 2 or 2.5 in squares and it went together so cute. Great way to use up bits n pieces and scraps. I used a variety of background fabrics for different effects--snowiing, nighttime, etc. You might want to check their website & see if the info is still there. All the pieces are the same size, so you can chain piece easily.

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    Cute Christmas tree wall hanging...and perfect for a guy's room...not to foo-foo looking. LOL I'm considering making this one now for my 20-yr-old son. Thanks for posting the link. :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingdoe View Post
    This is one I did for my son's apartment. He likes it a lot as he doesn't put up a tree.
    There is also a link, within this post, to the original post of anoher wallhanging:

    Christmas Tree Wallhanging for Son's Apartment

    Have fun!
    Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.

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