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Thread: Quilt Block of Tree Shape

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    Hi! I am searching for a source of pattern for a quilt block that would be in the shape of a tree or a christmas tree. Any thoughts?

    Thanks, Ann

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    Does this one work for you? I've had this one bookmarked for some time and still haven't gotten a chance to make it! LOL

    http://quilting.about.com/od/blockofthemonth/ss/christmas_tree.htm
    Christmas Tree Quilt Block Pattern - Make a Christmas Tree Quilt Block - Tree Blocks

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    http://www.forestquilting.com/index.html

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    I have used the quilt block that country quilter showed you the link for. It's not too hard. And it can be decorated like a Christmas tree if you want to. Kyia

    This is my version of the tree, I made it a 12 1/2 inch block by adding to it
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    Check this post, I found several so you can pick

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/2550.page

    its a few down

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    :D :D :D Thank you so much!!! I found so many that I like. This is the most wonderful place and I truly appreciate all the responses.

    Have a wonderful day;
    Ann

    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Kyiav10, it turned out wonderfully!!

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    Here is one I did in Quilt Design Wizard.
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    Country Quilter, that was a fun block! I may make more. You gals got me in the Christmas tree mood today! I needed that!

    Paper pieced potholder pine tree.
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    The pieced block.
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    The best trees I found were at the QUILTWIZARD.COM site.
    Go to the free downloads then to archives and look at Our first Home pattern. My quilt group loved the three trees design.
    I dont know how to type in a website so you can just click on it,sorry.

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    Here is the link from Quiltwizard.com

    http://www.quiltwizard.com/qdw/free/2007/03/2007_03.asp

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    i love all of your trees! :mrgreen:

    you all are terrible enablers! i might just have to get this software!


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    All of the trees are wonderful and I truly appreciated the sharing of the pictures. It is so fun to see the project at hand. I have had such a good week making these blocks. Definitely has helped get me in the Christmas spirit. Have a wonderful day and thanks!!!

    Ann.

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    Now I can't wait to finish what I have to get done for Christmas so I can make some of these....they are all wonderful!!

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    Here's my tree.
    It's a "Very Merry Christmas Tree" by Marjorie Rhine or Quilt Design Northwest. I've got three made and need a few more for my forest! I'll add a yellow star on top after I have made the quilt top. The star seems to extend into the sashing.
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    I know it is near Christmas but I found this tree pattern that looks easy and interesting although contemporary.


    CraftConn.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne View Post
    Here's my tree.
    It's a "Very Merry Christmas Tree" by Marjorie Rhine or Quilt Design Northwest. I've got three made and need a few more for my forest! I'll add a yellow star on top after I have made the quilt top. The star seems to extend into the sashing.

    That is the one I was thinking of, too. The pattern number is q111. Http//.www.quiltdesignnw.com. I think.

    Please let us all know what you decide to do, ok?
    Deanna in SE Michigan

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