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Sep 9, 2011

O Christmas Tree

(Roughly measures 22" X 32 1/2")

The other week one of my "wacky" friends (Kathy) came up with the great idea for us all to make this little pattern.  We all moaned and groan about it but no one said "Not it!"  LOL
Anyway, this is as far as I've gotten... all that's left is a border that won't take but an hour to get sewn. If you're wondering why I'm tell you this, it's to get myself motivated.  The heat just seemed to zap my strength but now that it's cooler, I should be able to get it done...... right?


JustCindy said...

Too cute! It is just hard to quilt when you are melting.

Sandra :) said...

Tis the season to get cracking on Christmas prep - your little quilt is cute, and a great way to use up scraps! I finalized a several items on my Christmas gifts list last night so I have lots of sewing and crafting plans to work on in the next few months to get ready on time :)

Doniene said...

Cute little tree quilt!!!! Love the dimensions that the different shades provide. Pretty "artsy" for me to notice!!! LOL Speaking of artsy - did you see my "extremely stretching my artistic talent"? Check out my last post and let me know what you think. Are you affected by any fires?


Kathy said...

Rhonda, that tree looks awesome! What a girl that "Kathy" must be!!! LOL

Barb said...

Oh....what a fun friend, and fun pattern!!

Merilyn said...

What a great little project! and a great way to use up left over green and cream scraps!!!


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