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    Wow merci beaucoup! C'est le patron parfait pour me pratiquer avec mon nouvel Accuquilt Go. Carrés et triangles sont la meme grandeur que le 'die' qui vient avec :-) Merci!

    Wow Thank you very much! It is the perfect pattern to practice with my new Accuquilt Go. Squares and triangles are the same sizes as the die that came with it :-) Thank you!

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    Thank you everyone who translated, but, is their a backing on this or sewing instructions?? thank you for sharing the pattern love this tree.
    Mary

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    Very pretty and looks like fun to make. I imagine you could use any size square you chose to work with. I'm saving this and will have one for next Christmas.

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    Thank you for the project!

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    You know, I kept wondering why someone would need a translation because the diagram itself seemed pretty self-explanatory. Then I realized (much later!) what they were probably referring to was the information in the upper left hand corner that I entirely missed! Guess my eyes went to the diagram and my brain erased the other information. Egg on my face...again. My French classes were taken over 40 yrs ago but I have to admit a small amount of pride that I could translate it (even what I originally missed!).
    Quote Originally Posted by LETIA View Post
    Thank you for having translated,

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    Love this scrap Christmas tree. Merci Beaucoup!

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    I really like this Christmas Tree. Was having trouble going back & forth between Letia’s tute & dixiechunk’s translation. I sure hope that I am not breaking any rules, but I replace the French words with English. If I broke any rules I sincerely apologize. Name:  Christmas tree – English Version.jpg
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    Thanks for the tute, it's a beautiful tree.

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    Very cute! Thank you for sharing!

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    A very CUTE Little tree....maybe next year. All the CHRISTMAS fabric is put away ...ready for florals/spring colors, helps get through the PNW rain and gray days of winter.
    Catsnquiltsgotogether
    Jeremiah 29:13 =^.^=

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