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Thread: Need help missing back to pattern Log Cabin Christmas tree wallhanging by Eleanor Burns

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    Hoping someone will have the pattern and could give me the supply list I need to make this Quilt

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    what book is it in? I have a few Christmas books, I'll go look.

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    I don't think it was a book , It was just a pattern by Eleanor Burns

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    I have the pattern, but I am not sure where. If someone else has it, great. Otherwise, I will look for it.

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    That would be great all I need is the amounts of the fabric I need I have all the instructions

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    Well, I just print out a log cabin tree pattern..it may not be the one you're lookign for but it may help:

    http://quilting.about.com/od/foundat...cabin_tree.htm

    I was thinking of doing this one for next year - it would be fun to decorate after it was done......

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    Carol You can call Quilt in a Day at
    1-800-777-4852 and ask for Customer Service. There's a gal there named Karyn who is wonderfully helpful and I'm sure could either e-mail you info you need or mail it to you. I belong to a forum they have set up at their website--tho haven't been very active there lately. But their staff is GREAT!!

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    Carol You can call Quilt in a Day at
    1-800-777-4852 and ask for Customer Service. There's a gal there named Karyn who is wonderfully helpful and I'm sure could either e-mail you info you need or mail it to you. I belong to a forum they have set up at their website--tho haven't been very active there lately. But their staff is GREAT!!

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    I have seen this one also but it is not the one I have, mine is by Eleanor Burns and it is not foundation pieced, the blocks are much smaller. On the one I need the strips are cut 1 1/2 .
    Thank You all for your help !

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    I looked and looked yesterday. I had to put up my entire stash of patterns, fabrics, et cetera in storage for over a year, so I am just now digging it all out to put back in the room it was in before. (I had a teenager living with us for a year and had to give him the spare bedroom, hence all my things going in storage.) Anyway, I still have more to go through, so hopefully I will uncover it. I made two of the quilts about six or seven years ago, so hopefully I come across the pattern. (I also have the wreath one she came out with.)

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    I made this about 5 yrs ago. Wasn't sure if I still had the pattern, but I did! Log Cabin Christmas Tree Wallhanging by Eleanor Burns, 1st. Edition 1986 by Quilt In A Day. Here goes"
    Center Square: 1/2 yd. solid red, rose, pink, or burgundy.
    Border: 1/2 yd red, rose, pink, or burgundy calico.
    Light Background Color: 1/3 yd. each of three different white or off-white fabrics.
    Tree Trunk: 1/8 yd. of one brown calico
    Backing Fabric: 1-1/4 yd. of one of the greens
    Binding (optional): 3/8 yd. same green as backing
    Lightweight Bonded Batting: 42" square of thin (3 0z.) or medium (5 0z) thickness.
    Tying Material: 1 skin embroidery floss or 2-1/2 yards narrow gold ribbon or cording
    Thread: one spool neutral to sew blocks, one spool to patch the backing, one spool nylon invisible for machine quilting, fusing thread for optional binding.
    Decoratrive Accessories (Optional): 9 tiny bells, three 2" x 3" gift wrapped packages, 4-1/2" x 9" piece of gold fabric for small star.
    Supplies Needed: rotary cutter, 6" x 24" ruler, 6" x 6" ruler, cutting mat, sns, curved needle, walking foot.

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    You just made my day! Yes that is the directions I was looking
    for. I appreciate it so much and now I can get started on
    the project. Thank You, I hope I can be of help to someday, Carol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhrpt
    Carol You can call Quilt in a Day at
    1-800-777-4852 and ask for Customer Service. There's a gal there named Karyn who is wonderfully helpful and I'm sure could either e-mail you info you need or mail it to you. I belong to a forum they have set up at their website--tho haven't been very active there lately. But their staff is GREAT!!
    great to know.

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    So glad to be of help!!! Just don't forget to post a pix when you are done! It's a really nice wallhanging, good luck!

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    I'm not sure if you got my message last night or not, thank you again, promise I won't bother you again with this pattern
    but when i checked over the instructions I couldn't find any yardage for the making of the tree part of the tree as I recall it had possibly three of maybe only two different greens, maybe I
    overlooked it but hope you can check for it.......much apprecition Carol Miez

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    Yep, sorry, I missed the tree fabric: it says 1/3 yard each of 3 different green fabrics for the trees. If you need any other questions on this, it is no problem. Just let me know. I have the booklet and I am anxious to see yours when you are done. Thanks for bringing this to my attention! Again, sorry -

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    Thanks so much for taking the time to check . Again I appreciate it so much and when I get it done I will surely post a picture. Carol miez

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