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Thread: Paper pieced Christmas Tree Quilt

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    Paper pieced Christmas Tree Quilt

    This is a Cindi Edgerton pattern. I haven't done very much paper piecing but this was an excellent pattern and I love how it turned out. This is hanging in my quilting room and this is where all the family will meet to exchange gifts.
    Blessed are the piece makers for their children shall inherit the quilts.

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    paper pieced Christmas tree

    here is the picture
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    very nicely done
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    Really cute !

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    Very very pretty!

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    Very nice Christmas tree.

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    Very attractive.

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    That is really a sweet hanging tree! Love it!
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    Very nice. How big is it? I like to do paper piecing but never did one this big.
    Your family will love it.
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    You got it done in time for the holiday. I STILL haven't had time to finish my tree quilt yet.
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    Please just send it to me! Love it!
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    I absolutely love that! You did a great job

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    very nice job
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    The nicest part of having a quilted Christmas tree is no needles to sweep up! I've enjoyed mine, decorated with small pieces of jewelry pinned or hooked on, for many years.
    And does meeting in your quilting room to exchange gifts mean you have to STRAIGHTEN IT UP?
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    Very cute and well done!

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    Awesome tree!!
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    I Love it!

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    great wall quilt. are the red snowflakes appliqued on?
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    You did a beautiful job! I'm working on one now and need to have it done by Friday. Just have the tree skirt part to do, then quilt and bind. Thinking of my ornaments to be ones with the kids and parents names on them. We'll see ow far I get!
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    What a gorgeous tree. Complete with all the trimmings. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia View Post
    Very nice. How big is it? I like to do paper piecing but never did one this big.
    Your family will love it.
    it is 46 by 76. The original pattern is 26 3/4 by 76 3/4 so I added to each side to fit my window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    great wall quilt. are the red snowflakes appliqued on?
    no they are some flat ornaments I found at Wal-Mart and I just tacked them on.
    Blessed are the piece makers for their children shall inherit the quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat View Post
    The nicest part of having a quilted Christmas tree is no needles to sweep up! I've enjoyed mine, decorated with small pieces of jewelry pinned or hooked on, for many years.
    And does meeting in your quilting room to exchange gifts mean you have to STRAIGHTEN IT UP?
    Impossible to straighten up lol. It is also a playroom for my ggchildren. It use to be an enclosed pool but now it is my "she shed" and I love it.
    Blessed are the piece makers for their children shall inherit the quilts.

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    I love your tree! It is adorable.

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    Nice finish!
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