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Thread: O Christmas Tree!

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    O Christmas Tree!

    I made this Christmas tree last year and this year I am making two more for my daughters the ornaments are attached with a button so you can add one for every day leading to Christmas! There are twenty four little ornaments and the whole thing us paper pieced the pattern is a Cindi Edgerton pattern!Name:  image.jpeg
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    That is absolutely adorable. I have my tree pin basted and probably won't have time to quilt it this year. Too many quilts that are gifts this year.
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    Don't know why the photo is sideway!
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    ​Cute tree and the photo is correct for me!

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    Very cute. I could see me making one. Thanks for sharing.

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    Just my style. I assume you also made the darling little quilt hanging out of the drawer?? Pattern?

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    That is sew cute! Love the ornaments.

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    What a great take on the Advent calendar. I have to say your display looks like it came right out of a quilting magazine with cute quilts peeking out everywhere. Like the bears paw folded up in the background and the house and tree quilt sneaking out the drawer. I can just imagine how lovely your home must be during the holidays.

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    Oh, I love it.

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    Wow, that is so beautiful! llweezie, if you right click on your picture and then click view image, the picture shows properly. I guess it must have something to do with if we are viewing it on a PC or ipad.

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    Cute tree! Love all the little ornies!
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    It's awesome! If I had it, I would use it for my Christmas tree.

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    very nice tree!!!
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    I really love this tree.

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    Wow! Now how cute is that? You did a great job! Are the ornaments paper pieced?
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    Very cute! I really like it.

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    Love the tree and ornaments.

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    Your tree is adorable! I just ordered the pattern! It will fit perfectly where I want to hang it! Thanks for sharing-and your other bits of quilts peeking out are so pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    What a great take on the Advent calendar. I have to say your display looks like it came right out of a quilting magazine with cute quilts peeking out everywhere. Like the bears paw folded up in the background and the house and tree quilt sneaking out the drawer. I can just imagine how lovely your home must be during the holidays.
    I agree. Love the look of that room!
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    That's a great Christmas tree! I will have to look into that pattern. Maybe next year ...
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    Great Idea. Lot of patience doing those ornaments

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    Love your tree!
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    LOL, I bought the pattern, have the fabric, I have completed one block!! I am having severe issues with paper piecing!! It is right in my head, but I did way more un-sewing on that one block than I do on most full size quilts!! I will get back to it but I am amazed and thrilled at your tree!!
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    Lovely tree, this is going on my list.
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    Love all the different tiny quilts! Great job.

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