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Thread: Progress on the tree skirt!!

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    Super Member Ditter43's Avatar
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    I got it sewn together, cut the batting and backing! Hopefully, I will finish it tomorrow!! Still have to cut the binding.
    Red or green binding?
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    Wow. Too pretty to cover with gifts...

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    Definitely green in my opinion. Something to bring out the green since you already have the red sashing. I like this pattern. Too bad I already have a tree skirt!

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    I would use green to pull out the green in the other material.

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    that looks beautiful. I'd go with a green binding to pull out the green in the tree skirt. That's awesome.

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    The majority is with green, but I would use red! There is one in every crowd!

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    So pretty! I agree with the others about going with green for the binding. You did a wonderful job on this! A tree skirt was one of my projects for this year but just didn't get done. I'll have one for next year for sure though!

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    I love it. Very pretty. GREEN.

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    love the tree skirt, I vote for green binding

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    Looks Beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Love it! Very pretty. Green binding gets my vote.

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    I think green binding will look the best with all the red. You did a great job.

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    That is so pretty! I vote for green too. :)

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    I vote for the green too....I think it will pull out the green prints and be a nice highlight. It's going to be gorgeous. Glad to see someone else is hurrying to complete a tree skirt. I'm working on binding mine too. Should have it done tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_Sue
    The majority is with green, but I would use red! There is one in every crowd!
    I think I would like red also...

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    This turned out beautiful Ditter, I also go for Green...

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    That is wonderful. What about white binding? Leave it to me to be different.

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    Looks great!!

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    I vote for green.

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    I think green will work on this one as you have a lot of red there and yeppers,, with all the packages sitting on it will be seen until they are gone. It's beautiful tho. Are you going to make a ruffle for it or add lace??? I put prairie points on mine. Huggies, Fay

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    Very pretty, did you design it? I would go with green.

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    I love your tree skirt........red binding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnieKat
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_Sue
    The majority is with green, but I would use red! There is one in every crowd!
    I think I would like red also...
    Me three...it would really make the long dividing red sections stand out and tie everything together well.

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    GORGEOUS!

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    I vote green. Very pretty tree skirt

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