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Thread: Small X-Mas Tree Skirt

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    Small X-Mas Tree Skirt

    I have been looking around for a free pattern for a small tree skirt. I have a tree probably no more than 2' high and I would like to make a skirt for it. I know it's only June. Anyone have a free pattern (link). I don't like to leave things to the last minute.
    Marilyn

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    Thank you for that link. I too have been looking for a small pattern.
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    What a great mini tree skirt! This board is just a wealth of info.

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    This is the one I was originally looking for to post for you:


    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/11/...le-runner.html

    scroll down a little bit to get to the tree skirt pattern. It is for a mini tree
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    Thanks for BOTH of those links, adorable stuff!
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    Thank you so much. I knew I could count on someone here having the information. They are both great skirts. Now to decide which one to make.
    Marilyn

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    http://www.quiltviews.com/free-tree-skirt-pattern

    This is a very nice Christmas themed skirt.

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    [QUOTE=auntpiggylpn;5249686]http://www.westminsterfibers.com/pdf/MiniXmasTreeSkirt

    Thanks for the link. This would make cute Xmas gifts.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I was going to suggest doing a dresden plate -- you can either use a single piece of fabric or work with a strata and you can make them any length you need. I did one for my DD 10 years ago -- made the ends pointy and did QAYG. It took DD longer to pick out the fabric than it did to make the tree skirt (hers was 60" in diametere which exceded the length of my ruler so cutting was a chore). I did not use a pattern (I do that often).
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