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Patchwork Christmas Wreath

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Holiday
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What materials did you use? Polystyreen circle. Oddments of Christmas fabrics , dressmakers pins ,and 2 strip of fabric 2" by 42" or ribbon.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be patient, the squares can be tedious, but its also relaxing to do while sitting watching TV, and you can do your own design byt changing colours and fabrics.

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Where may I purchase the instructions?

02/07/2015 Flag

I would like the directions to this. But I went through all the Christmas Quilting Patterns. But I couldn't find it. Could someone help me find it. Thank you.

02/16/2015 Flag

It's called the "no sew wreath pattern". Put that in the search box and you should find it. It is $7.95

02/17/2015 Flag

You can make almost anything out of "folded stars" but I never would have thought of this. Very nice. I make the balls, and have seen them sold as a kit for $20, which is outrageous! I made a toilet seat cover and square tissue box cover for my bathroom too. Pattern is sew easy, just take a square of fabric, fold and iron in half, fold the outside folded corners in to the center to make a vertical line and iron. Presto, you have a "folded star" triangle to make just about anything. Put the points together to form a square along crossed lines and keep adding rows to cover the raw edges till you get where you want to end it and cover the raw edges with ribbon or fabric. Use pins in styrofoam or sew tack the triangle corners and folded in corners to hold in place. These are so fun and easy - and fairly inexpensive to do. Thanks for a new idea and way to use them. Quilters call them "prairie points,"

03/13/2015 Flag

Where are the instructions?

03/20/2015 Flag