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Thread: I could not stop at one!!!!

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    I could not stop at one!!!!

    I just had to make another two of those Christmas trees. I seem to have to do everything in threes. Is this a problem or what

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    They are so neat!
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    nicely done
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    Those are so cute. They're about the size that I can fit in my "house". LOL

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    Cute trees! Would be a fun project for the GK to help make-
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    What sizes of circles do you use?

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    Those are so cute, looks like such a fun project.

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    cute trees ... i will have to give them a try to make...maybe give a hint on how to make and what to use to make them stand...
    ​debra

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    All details about size of circles etc can be found here

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/general...e-t205128.html

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    Darling trees!
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    Very cute little trees. I bet I could fine room for a tree that size.
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    Oh how cute!

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    Very cute, great table decorations.
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    Nice trees and nice idea.
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    Thanks for sharing--yes this would be a fun project for the Grands. Wouldn't they be nice to give to nursing home residents for the season?
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    Great idea, Mrs. Busy Fingers! You just gave me (and I bet others, too!) another way to use up some of the Christmas fabrics in the stash. I have three drawerfuls, lol. I will be making pillowcases out of Christmas fabrics for the family this year.

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    Very Cute....How tall are they?

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    Cute trees-really like your choice of fabrics.

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    Very cute.

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    Your Christmas trees are so cute. Thanks for sharing.

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    They are like potato chips! Can't have just one. Love them - super cute
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    those are great, it would look lonely if you only made one after all.

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    These trees are just too cute. On Thanksgiving the gals of the family visit and make a crafty project while guys watch football. This is a perfect project for this year!


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    They are so cute. My friend made me something similar a few years ago. I will be glad to take one off your hands since you do have three.

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    those are so cute!

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