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Charise Creates on craftsy.com
Seattle Washington, USA

I'm a mom of two wonderful boys, crafter and fashion designer by trade.
I love sewing and have been doing it since I was a little girl. My newest passion is quilting and I love to design paper ...

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Christmas Tree, a paper pieced pattern

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : Christmas Tree, a paper pieced pattern
Christmas Tree, a paper pieced pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills, paper piecing experience helpful but not necessary

Pattern Description:

Christmas Tree Stocking ~ Paper Piecing Pattern
Blocks measures 10" finished / 10 1/2" unfinished in height

This pattern includes:
*Full size patterns for foundation paper piecing and freezer paper piecing
*Instruction to change the block size to 8", or 12" Tall

*Fabric Requirements for one stocking:
F8 for background
F8 for stocking
Large scraps for the center motif ~ Christmas Tree

*Other materials and supplies
Light grey or natural color thread
Light weight copy paper or vellum - I like Office Depot's Translucent Vellum Paper
Rotary cutting supplies - self healing mat , rotary cutter and acrylic ruler

*** This pattern would be wonderful for a quilt, placemat (mug rug), pillow or on a tote bag!

I have paper piecing resources listed on the top of my blog:

It is OK to use for small scale home production.
Please give credit to Charise Randell @ ChariseCreates.Blogspot.com if reselling an item using this pattern.
It is not intended for large scale production.

I would love to see your creations! You can download them at my Flickr Group - Charise Creates Projects

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10" finished, 10 1/2" unfinished tall


  • Quilting Weight Cotton

You Will Also Need:

  • thread, lt wt copy paper, rotary cutting supplies

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