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  • Anitamae56
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    Originally posted by buckeyequilter View Post
    I made this from Jenny's tutorial. This was my first time doing any time of quilting project. There are mistakes....but I use the skirt every year.

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    Love the colors in it!

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  • Carlie Wolf
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    That's really nice Shirley. I don't see any mistakes. I followed Jenny's tutorial too and I don't know what I was thinking but started to put the border on before cutting corners so I did have to do some ripping and correcting. This is the first time I've used a bias tape that I made so that's not as "neat" as it should be :-) Yup, yup it's fun learning new projects LOL

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  • buckeyequilter
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    I made this from Jenny's tutorial. This was my first time doing any time of quilting project. There are mistakes....but I use the skirt every year.

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  • LindaKay75
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    Carlie, your tree skirt and your tree is just beautiful.

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  • LindaKay75
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    Originally posted by Lyndaj View Post
    Lyndaj, thank you so much for finding the star tree skirt. I love it! Now if I can figure out how to make it. I'll go to her website and see if she has instructions.

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  • Carlie Wolf
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    I finally finished the one I started last week. Here's the pics

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  • Carlie Wolf
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    They are SO beautiful I love them all too

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  • snippet
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    Originally posted by Lyndaj View Post
    Yep, this is the pattern for that one. The other log cabin skirt didn't have a pattern, but it looks fairly easy enough to make up one.

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  • Lyndaj
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    I found the star one here: http://www.designstoshare.com/patter...rn.php5?id=118

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  • cashs_mom
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    I made a tree skirt from an asian inspired quilt pattern. It was for a square wall quilt. I just made it a bit larger and then made split in the back to go around the tree.

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  • Altairss
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    I saw those pictures on Pinterst the log cabin one was from a book log cabins today I think it was called candy striped log cabin and the second one was designed by Ursula Riegel but I don't know the name of the pattern
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/quiltknit/2236814793/

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  • LindaKay75
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    I was looking for a different tree skirt also and I love these. Can you tell me the name of the pattern and where to find it? Thanks so much for posting. You do good work!

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  • WendyI
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    Thanks everyone!! Will definitely check all of these out.

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  • WendyI
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    Originally posted by snippet View Post
    Here are three that I love

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    I've been working on the last one for a year now. It's made with layer cakes for the presents. I didn't have a pattern, so I made it up as I went.
    I ADORE the one with the presents!

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  • Anitamae56
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    Originally posted by snippet View Post
    Here are three that I love

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    I've been working on the last one for a year now. It's made with layer cakes for the presents. I didn't have a pattern, so I made it up as I went.
    I would also like to know about your patterns. They all are stunning.

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