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Thread: Trees for decorations

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    Trees for decorations

    These were fun to do......
    the last couple of years I've been making some sort of decoration to pass out at Thanksgiving, and for our postlady....
    last years was pinecones and this year is trees.
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    Whoa....pics came out huge, sorry.

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    Your trees and the pinecone ornaments are so festive....great gifts for special people on your list.

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    Your trees would make amazing pincushions too!

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    I like your gifts!
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    Love quilting also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    Your trees would make amazing pincushions too!
    Good idea, I never thought of that!

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    Nice gifts.

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    Very pretty. Great idea to use the trees as pincushions.
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    Very nice gifts!!!

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    Wonderful gifts, love them both. Are there patterns available or maybe just maybe a tute from you. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
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    Oh those are so CUTE!!!

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    Boy, I like yours a lot. they would be triangles,right? I made this one but stuffing those points along the "branches" is a pain. Next ones will be more like yours, I hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    Boy, I like yours a lot. they would be triangles,right? I made this one but stuffing those points along the "branches" is a pain. Next ones will be more like yours, I hope.
    That's cute nativetexan! I'm thinking about doing some beading to imitate lights on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowirish View Post
    I love Debbie Shores' tutorials. Thanks for the link.

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