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    It looks like to me you have a definite talent for quilting. They are all beautiful -- and I think Tucker is very proud of you too.

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    What patterns did you use for the tree skirts? They are gorgeous!

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    You just started in November? Oh my, you've been busy!! And you're doing a great job!

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    7 finished project since November -- unreal and you have done such a nice job. Wow, I am impressed. I have yet to complete a quilt and I have been trying long before November.

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    WOW! You did great. They are all lovely.

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    You have been busy, nice quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrippy
    What patterns did you use for the tree skirts? They are gorgeous!
    I use the 9 degree ruler but no particular pattern. I usually sew random size strips (by width of fabric) together horizontally, then cut the triangles vertically and sew 40 of them together. I've also done them just in solid strips, which is faster but not as pretty. Here is a link that you can refer to for an idea on how to do them:

    http://cre8tivequilter.blogspot.com/...ree-skirt.html

    These are a lot of fun. There are so many Christmas fabrics to choose from. I found some this weekend on Connectingthreads.com in brown and aqua.

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    I liked all of the quilts.

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    I am impressed, I started quilting last July and have only made one quilt, one quilt top and am working on another quilt top.

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    Keep up the nice work you are doing great. :thumbup:

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