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    Looking for Tree Pattern..Please help

    Has anyone seen a free pattern on-line for a quilt that has evergreen trees right side up and upside down like a puzzle? I saw a beautiful quilt I'd like to try done in this manner. Wish I could have taken a picture, but not possible. The upside down row of evergreen trees fill in the space between the upside right evergreen trees. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
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    checkout quiltercache.com for block patterns.

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    I remember seeing a Sewing With Nancy episode where she made a table runner using a Dresden Plate template (a large one) and the trees alternated like you described. I just tried googling it and did not see it.

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    Is this what you are looking for? Jovial Trees Name:  Screen Shot 2012-11-14 at 7.46.44 AM.png
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Size:  752.6 KB It was a free download but can't find the link. I did download the pdf but cannot figure out how to attach the pdf. If this is what you want PM me.
    Last edited by Gail B; 11-14-2012 at 06:49 AM.

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    I believe the pattern you are looking for is called tessellating trees. You should be able to look it up on the internet.

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    here are some links with the pattern i think you are describing - you may have to scroll
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/QUILT-PATTER...40846655402%26
    http://www.simplyordered.com/quiltedproducts.htm
    http://www.butterflystitches.net/quilt_%20patterns.htm

    one year i knitted this pattern and i just love it... i'd never seen it as a quilting pattern
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    There are several variations of tessellating tree patterns.
    Point to base
    http://www.connecttheblocks.com/shop...u-12010053.htm
    Base to base
    http://www.simplyordered.com/quiltedproducts.htm
    Paper pieced
    http://www.quiltdesignnw.com/Q134-Fo...lt-pattern.htm
    and many others in these styles. The one posted bt GailB is from Quilters Trading Post.

    None of them are free that I am aware of.
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    Wow...looks like there are a lot to choose from.
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    Jinny Beyer also did one, not sure if it's on her site or not.

    http://www.jinnybeyer.com/quilting-w...739663FD0FC6A0
    Last edited by thimblebug6000; 11-14-2012 at 08:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbatky View Post
    I wish I wasn't so lazy and could figure this out.I like the pattern very much but like Becky want it free LOL

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    Thank you so much!! It was the Woodland Trees pattern I saw during the shop hop yesterday thank you all for your help!! I bought some fat quarters to make a small wall-hanging of it and forgot the name of the pattern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Crafts View Post
    Has anyone seen a free pattern on-line for a quilt that has evergreen trees right side up and upside down like a puzzle? I saw a beautiful quilt I'd like to try done in this manner. Wish I could have taken a picture, but not possible. The upside down row of evergreen trees fill in the space between the upside right evergreen trees. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
    Becky, Missouri Star Quilts has a tute on You Tube on how to make Christmas trees that ar inverted like I think you mean, (one up and next one down)- I think Jennie did hers in a table runner, but you could use the same pattern.

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    Becky, please follow this link - I think this is the one you are referring to...it's one of my favorites as well. http://www.keepsakequiltingcatalog.c...iday_2012-2013
    scroll down - it's on the bottom of the page - good luck!
    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Crafts View Post
    Has anyone seen a free pattern on-line for a quilt that has evergreen trees right side up and upside down like a puzzle? I saw a beautiful quilt I'd like to try done in this manner. Wish I could have taken a picture, but not possible. The upside down row of evergreen trees fill in the space between the upside right evergreen trees. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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    The first thing that came to my mind was Jenny's tutorial that kbatky referred to above:

    http://quiltingtutorials.com/all/chr...ge-wedge-tool/

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    http://www.connecttheblocks.com/shop...u-12010053.htm
    This was mentioned in an earlier post. I am presently making this one using the suggested Northcott's Stone Strips Metallic. I first saw this as a sample in a quilt shop and fell in love with it. Instructions are great. Not a free pattern.
    The company is www.quiltwoman.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gail B View Post
    Is this what you are looking for? Jovial Trees Name:  Screen Shot 2012-11-14 at 7.46.44 AM.png
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Size:  752.6 KB It was a free download but can't find the link. I did download the pdf but cannot figure out how to attach the pdf. If this is what you want PM me.
    Gail, I looked and looked until I found it. It is on Hancock's of Paducah website. Here is the link :

    http://www.hancocks-paducah.com/SubC...nloads--m-6843

    I like this pattern and had to have it. They have a lot of pretty and best of all free quilt downloads.

    Ladibug

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    here's a link with a downloadable pdf for the Jovial Trees pattern

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...n-t144476.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladibug View Post
    Gail, I looked and looked until I found it. It is on Hancock's of Paducah website. Here is the link :

    http://www.hancocks-paducah.com/SubC...nloads--m-6843

    I like this pattern and had to have it. They have a lot of pretty and best of all free quilt downloads.

    Ladibug
    I was wrong. It isn't on the Hancocks of PAducah site. It is on this site along with a lot of other Christmas quilt patterns. http://www.all-about-quilts.com/free...-patterns.html I have looked and looked and hit deadend after dead end and I did find it here. I see that Susie says it was already here on this site due to someone else looking for it. Can I scream now?....lol

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    Here's a link to a free christmas tree quilt block that could be used to come up with the quilt.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2412525...7622515130673/

    Quote Originally Posted by Toni C View Post
    I wish I wasn't so lazy and could figure this out.I like the pattern very much but like Becky want it free LOL

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    Buy the pattern!! LOL You've already spent more than $10.00 looking for it free and besides, lets keep our awesome designers in business. Just my 50 cents worth - my time is valuable and so is yours. :-) I just recently asked for help
    and many QB members helped me find the pattern and many other links that were also of interest. I ordered the pattern immediately for fear of other members seeing it and ordering before me. Good luck with your decision.

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    Missouri Star Quilt Company has a table runner that sounds much like you are describing. I have made several and don't see why you couldn't just keep adding rows and make it quilt size. It is offered free on one of their you tube videos.
    Last edited by RAChhap; 11-16-2012 at 02:34 PM. Reason: misspelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by blessingscounted View Post
    Buy the pattern!! LOL You've already spent more than $10.00 looking for it free and besides, lets keep our awesome designers in business. Just my 50 cents worth - my time is valuable and so is yours. :-) I just recently asked for help
    and many QB members helped me find the pattern and many other links that were also of interest. I ordered the pattern immediately for fear of other members seeing it and ordering before me. Good luck with your decision.
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