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Thread: Can you stand to see one more Lil Twister Christmas Tree?

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    tWISTER CHRISTMAS TREE QUILT

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltaddict View Post
    i finished my christmas tree and really like it, but wanted to add something more to it. So, i added iron-on rhinestones. Hope you like it.
    i love it! :-)

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    Chriatmas tree!

    Where did you get pattern for the Christmas tree! I would love to make one?

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    Super Member fleurdelisquilts.com's Avatar
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    Very pretty quilt. I've seen a few and also want to make one....need that ruler (is Santa listening?)

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    Very nice! It looks great.

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    Your tree is adorable! Merry Christmas!

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    very pretty!!!
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    I love it. I did The Lil Twister Christmas Wreath and that is quite nice as well.
    Bonnie,wife,mom and grandma

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    I did not have a pattern, just looked at other trees that people had done and sewed my squares in the shape of the tree including background squares. First row has one print square, then there are two rows with three print squares, then three rows with five print squares, then two rows with seven print squares, two rows with nine print squares, and one row with eleven print squares. For the trunk it is one print square, and the next row has three print squares. Hope that makes sense.

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    YES, I love these twister quilts. You did a great job and Christmas things can always use a little bling. Sparkle adds a lot.

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    How festive! Very cool.
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