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Thread: Christmas Tree (small wall hanging)

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    Senior Member Donna H-M's Avatar
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    Christmas Tree (small wall hanging)

    Named this "The Night Before Christmas". It's 16" square and I used a free PP pattern from Forest Quilting called "Pine and Skirt". I wanted to add the wreaths so I embroidered them on dissolvable stabilizer, so they came out stiff to just tack on. Also, I enlarged the skirt part of the pattern 150% so it was as wide as the tree. My little sewing group did this as a challenge. 4 of us made it and they were all beautiful and so different. Another fun project. Thanks for looking......Donna



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    very cute you did a great job

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    Very sweet. It looks like a face looking at me. Great job on that skirt.
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    Well done, great job
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    Lovely job!
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    Forest quilting has ALOT of great paperpiecing patterns, I just love the chasing geese, have done a few. Love mini quilts so always room for more. Great Job!
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    Awesome!! I love all of the embellishments
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    that is cute! you did a good job!
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    So cute, I love the way you did the rug....
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Very cute - I agree, at first glance I saw a face! I like the edge of the tree skirt.

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