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Thread: Trim the tree

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    Trim the tree

    First try with this pictures.
    Had this kit around for quite some time and figured it was a good time to get it started. It's Trim the Trees by Cindi Edgerton of www.averyspecialcollection.com
    This size is 17x25, two smaller sizes come with the PP pattern also.
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    Last edited by greencat; 11-16-2011 at 11:36 AM. Reason: pic-try again

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    That is so pretty. You did a great job.

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    Very Nice

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    Love the piece. Will you be putting any trimming on the tree? It looks like it needs some decoration.

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    Great job. I love Christmas trees.
    It's never too late to start over!

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    nice work
    have never tried that

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    Very nice, looks like it was fun.

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    Very cute block! It will make a nice wall hanging.
    Sew Happy

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    I have plenty of decorating to do!! I have small novelty buttons, crystals, iron-on snowflakes, etc. I've been shopping for mini decorations for a while!

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    That is just charming.....thanks for sharing....

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