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Thread: log cabin christmas tree wallhanging by Eleanor Burns

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    I have the pattern but the back of the pattern is missing so I am not able to have a list of the supplies I need to make the Qulilt. Would anyone have the information ?

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    Can you email them as ask for the list?

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    I have it and will find tonight and post tomorrow. This is the one with the red cardinals, right?

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    I don't remember the cardinals it is a large tree Log Cabin made with three green fabrics, a red center in each block and a brown base, and has an off white background and 2 borders . hope this is of some help

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol Miez
    I don't remember the cardinals it is a large tree Log Cabin made with three green fabrics, a red center in each block and a brown base, and has an off white background and 2 borders . hope this is of some help
    Is it the one in the book Quilts Through the Seasons? She calls it a Lodgepole Pine?

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    I'm not sure...I think the pattern was just called log cabin christmas tree wallhanging by Eleanor Burns Thanks for helping

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    I looked last night - mine is definitely not a log cabin. Sorry.

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    sorry can't find the pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol Miez
    I have the pattern but the back of the pattern is missing so I am not able to have a list of the supplies I need to make the Qulilt. Would anyone have the information ?
    Log Cabin Christmas Tree Wallhanging
    Approximate Finished Size: 42" x 42"

    Materials Needed - Use 100% cotton calicos 45" wide.

    Background Color: 1/3 yd. pieces of three different white or off-white calicos.

    Center Square: 1/8 yd. solid red, rose, rust, burgundy or holiday print with 1 pictures.

    Border: 1/2 yd. the same color as center square OR 1 1/8 yds. striped fabric

    Tree: 1/3 yd. pieces of three different green calicos.

    Tree Trunk: 1/8 yd. of one brown calico.

    Backing Fabric: 1 1/4 yds. of one of the greens.

    Bonded Batting: 42 square piece of thin (3 oz.) or medium (5 oz.) thickness.

    Tying Material: Embroidery floss, 1/16 ribbon, pearl cotton, crochene, wool yarn.

    Decorative Accessories: 6 tiny bells, small gift wrapped packages, small star.

    Thread: one spool of neutral plus one spool to match the backing.

    Supplies Needed: rotary cutter, 6 x 12 ruler, cutting mat, curved needle.

    ______________________________
    Excerpt of the pattern is taken from:
    Quilt in a Day
    By Eleanor Burns
    Copyright 1978

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