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Thread: Fabric folded Christmas Tree

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    Fabric folded Christmas Tree

    This is really cool!! I've made the ornaments before and they turn out really cute!
    https://bossymaking.wordpress.com/20...ee-a-tutorial/

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    Very cute and definitely something to keep in mind for the next ornament exchange. One thing that is not made clear in the tute: If you start out with 6" width of fabric, what size does the tree end up being?
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    That is very cute but might be too complicated unless you took their class.
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    How cute. Something to try next year.
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    Ooh, something to try for next year! Thanks! Good tutorial!
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    I made this last year and it's hanging at my desk in work, the finished size of each piece us about 2 inches it's quick and easy to make and looks really attractive.

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    That is pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for the link. I'll have to try this.

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    Cute...Thanks for sharing...

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