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Thread: Tree Skirts done and under their trees

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    Tree Skirts done and under their trees

    I made skirts for my daughter and my son and they loved them. My daughter-in-law was really pleased to get hers. I went to my daughter's house and got the tree up, and then the following weekend we got it decorated. Red for my son and his wife.
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    very nice... both look fantastic... nice

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    Both look fantastic under the tree. Job very well done. It is so nice when our family and friends do appreciate the gifts we make.
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    Those are both lovely skirts. Did you have a pattern, or did you design they yourself?

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    Both are very festive!
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    Very nice tree skirts.

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    they look lovely on the wooden floors.
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    Behind are beautiful! Aren't they fun to make. Did you use a pattern?

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    Don't you hate spell check. It should read "both are beautiful"!

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    They are both so pretty, and go with the decoration on each one.

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    nicely done
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    Thanks for all the great comments. It is a pattern from Simplicity. www.simplicity.com/free-quilt-patterns-Stars-All-Around-Tree-Skirt.aspx I can't wait to celebrate Christmas Eve with my children and grandchildren!

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    Great job on both!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty tree skirts.

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    I would be happy with one also. They are lovely.

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    pretty trees and wonderful tree skirts
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    Beautiful skirts. Love both colors. I might have to make some. Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas

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    Both are great!! Merry Christmas, everyone

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    Very pretty!

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    Both are beautiful tree skirts, nice job and thanks for sharing.

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    Very cute!

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    They will be treasured I'm sure.

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    Tree skirts are very special and yours look very nice. The trees are beautiful. Ah Christmas

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    I like your pattern -especially where the section right at the trunk is -what is the pattern name please?

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    Sorry I didn't read far enough to see that you posted the name of the pattern. I did a quick search and apparently the pattern is no longer available on the Simplicity site. Did you just get it this year or have you had the pattern for some time? - possibly why it isn't showing on their site. Love the pattern though.

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