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Thread: McCall's Quick Quilts magazine

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    Super Member Quilty-Louise's Avatar
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    Has anyone seen the newest (Dec/Jan2012) issue
    of McCall's Quick Quilts magazine?

    Have you seen the "Tiny Tannnenbaum" wall hanging?

    I AM going to make that SOON!! even went so far as
    to digging in my stash for the fabrics I plan to use in it.

    For those who has NOT seen it yet this is a picture of
    the wall hanging.

    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/quick...iny_Tannenbaum

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    All right now! There you go starting something else for us to go gaga over. I think this is going to be as popular as the Jeweled Forest pattern that has been the hot topic this week. I shall meander over to the bookstore tomorrow. This one looks easier. Thanks for sharing "you little project maker you!!!!!!

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    cute quilt...looks easy enough to do without pattern.

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    Cute!

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    Yes, it is really cute!

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    Thanks alot! Now I want to make this and don't subscribe! It is super cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chart11
    Thanks alot! Now I want to make this and don't subscribe! It is super cute!
    No subscription needed! Now that you have a picture, you could draw it out on graph paper ... and you could then do it easy enough. From the finished measurements, each square would be 2-1/2" unfinished. Or of course, if you want it to be a different finished size, you could make a larger tree .... or use larger blocks!

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    Instead of using red buttons (like was used in picture)
    I am going to use sequins and seed beads for an added
    "sparkle".

    And my border fabric is going to be different.

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    Got mine and was on the list to do along with the Snowmen wallhanging.

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    I will have to pick up the issue this weekend.

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