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Thread: Wonky Trees

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    Wonky Trees

    I had posted pics of this one while I was working on it on my design board. Well I finally got the top pieced. Now I have to think about the actual quilting design...so now it is in my UFO stack.
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    I love it! I'd probably just a an overall meander. You did a great job.

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    I really like it! Not sure how I would quilt it.....meander, maybe leaves?

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    That is very pretty. No idea how to quilt it.

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    Goodness, that is wonderful. Highlight the trees by meandering around them.

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    Very nice.

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    It turned out really pretty!

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    that is cute!

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    very cute!

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    Wonderful quilt! Thanks for sharing.
    Brenda

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    Love it! Not sure how I'd quilt it. Maybe leaves, pine cones, acorns, etc. Something "woodsy".

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    That's very cool

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    Very pretty.

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    Very pretty quilt
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    WOW! What a fun quilt.
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    I think I would do upside down regular christmas trees in between the wonky ones

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    Nicely done.
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    Very Cute! Interesting choice of fabrics.

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    I just bought that pattern at my LQS on sauturday. Did you follow the directions and stacked 10 fabrics up then cut? Was it easy?

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    I like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tucsonquilter View Post
    I just bought that pattern at my LQS on sauturday. Did you follow the directions and stacked 10 fabrics up then cut? Was it easy?
    Yes I stacked the fabrics like the instructions said. Tip, once you get them mixed it is easier to do a step at a time rather than a block at a time. Less confusing. Also once you have the stacks laid out...don't move them.
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    The fabric just makes this quilt!

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    Great trees!
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    That is really an eye-catcher! The choice of fabrics make the quilt so playful. You did a wonderful job.

    Sue

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    That's absolutley beautiful!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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