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    Christmas tree

    tutorial Chrismas tree
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    Thank you for the tutorial. It's too late for this year but will put it on my 'to do' list for next year.

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    I love it, is there a way to translate into English?

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    Thank You !!!

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    I just love this idea! Maybe I can do it for next year.

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    Sure: 1st line 3 squares, 2nd line 6 squares, 3rd line 9 squares, 4th line 9 squares, 5th line 8 squares, 6th line 7 squares, 7th line 5 squares, 8th line 4 squares, 9th line 3 squares, 10th line 1 square.

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    Heres what I got on a goole translator. (6 cm is 2.362 inches)
    55 squares of 6 cm, in different tissues of Christmas. 1 of 6 cm square and 4 triangles 6 cm dimension in tissue brown for the trunk. Some beads, stars, bells to decorate.
    On the pattern: 1st Row 3 squares, 2nd Row 6 squares, 3rd Row 9 squares and so on.
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    Thank you. I can't read French but I can follow the picture.

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    Thank you!
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    Thank you- love your projects

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    Love it! Thank you for sharing. After Christmas or not, I plan on making it next week. Merry Christmas!

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    Thanks so much, just love the tree, would like to do it in foil not material and put it on my front door, what u all think???? Next year.....

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    Okay I just translated the pattern. The squares would work best at 2.5 inches. Enjoy! Luann
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    Quote Originally Posted by dixiechunk View Post
    Sure: 1st line 3 squares, 2nd line 6 squares, 3rd line 9 squares, 4th line 9 squares, 5th line 8 squares, 6th line 7 squares, 7th line 5 squares, 8th line 4 squares, 9th line 3 squares, 10th line 1 square.
    Thank you for having translated,
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    Mercier, et Joyeux Noel.

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    Thank you for sharing!
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    Cute tree. Thanks for sharing.

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    Merci! Love it.

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    What a cute idea!
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    Wow merci beaucoup! C'est le patron parfait pour me pratiquer avec mon nouvel Accuquilt Go. Carrés et triangles sont la meme grandeur que le 'die' qui vient avec :-) Merci!

    Wow Thank you very much! It is the perfect pattern to practice with my new Accuquilt Go. Squares and triangles are the same sizes as the die that came with it :-) Thank you!

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    Thank you everyone who translated, but, is their a backing on this or sewing instructions?? thank you for sharing the pattern love this tree.
    Mary

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    Very pretty and looks like fun to make. I imagine you could use any size square you chose to work with. I'm saving this and will have one for next Christmas.

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    Thank you for the project!

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    You know, I kept wondering why someone would need a translation because the diagram itself seemed pretty self-explanatory. Then I realized (much later!) what they were probably referring to was the information in the upper left hand corner that I entirely missed! Guess my eyes went to the diagram and my brain erased the other information. Egg on my face...again. My French classes were taken over 40 yrs ago but I have to admit a small amount of pride that I could translate it (even what I originally missed!).
    Quote Originally Posted by LETIA View Post
    Thank you for having translated,

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