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Thread: Christmas Tree Skirt is DONE!

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    :D :D :D One project done a few more to go. I like the prairie points and I'm thinking I should have made them a little tiny bit wider. The points are made with the wide end of the ruler. Have a look, Huggies, Fay

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    beautiful, what pattern did you use?

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    Very pretty!

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    Very nice! Did you design it yourself?

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    Very pretty! I 'interlock' my prairie points, I like them closer together but spread out it great too :-)

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    Christmas is right around the corner!! and you are ready!! You did a great job!!

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    The pattern for this is on the back of the package my 25"10 degree ruler came in. I like my points to interlock also, but I went with the instructions in the book Quilts Without Corners. It tells how the points are made with the wide end of the ruler so I used that. But it is not bad at all. I was at Joanns yesterday and they have beautiful Christmas fabric out and I wished I had waited and got that, but it was a little expensive. I also looked at other embellishments and such and did not find any thing I liked. I thought about those little white puff things that are fastened to a ribbon or some sort of a band and I didn't really like those. They had nothing much to choose from for Christmas embellishments and such so I went with the points. Have a great day, I'm tired now so I'll go lie down for awhile. Huggies, Fay

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    Lovely tree skirt!!! I put one on my 'to do' list right after Christmas last year and still have not started it!

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    Beautiful. I need to make me a Tree Skirt.

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    I love your tree skirt.

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    Adding this to my list......sigh!

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    I love the points :-)

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    Really pretty, gets you in the mood for the Holidays.

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    Beautiful tree shirt!

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    Great job on the skirt, very pretty and you learned a new "trick"

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    Very nice!

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    It looks great and I love the praire points.

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    I love it! those prairie points really are a great finish :D:D:D

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    That is so-o-o pretty!! :wink:

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    Love it!! I need one of those!

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    Very lovely. Please rate how easy or difficult it was to create.

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    Thats so pretty!

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    Very pretty and festive!

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    great job. Thanks for sharing

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    So pretty! Christmas time will be here in no time. When you put your tree skirt in place and decorate the tree, post a pic so we can see it.

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