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Christmas Celebration Tree Skirts - Paper Piecing Pattern

Christmas Celebration Tree Skirts - Paper Piecing Pattern
US$ 35.95 / each
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By Judy Neimeyer, Finished Size - 60" in Diameter

Decorate your Christmas Tree with these elegant and stunning tree skirts featuring Judy Neimeyer's signature precise points and crisp flying geese. Foundation paper piecing makes it all happen like magic along with curved and traditional piecing. Fabric requirements include: 1 yd feathered star background; 7/8 yd feathered star spikes; 3/8 yd (2) fabrics center star accents; 3/4 yd center background or 1 yd pieced background; 3/4 yd large star; 5/8 yd and 1/2 yd large star background; 3/4 yd border background; 5/8 yd border spikes; 4 yds backing; 1 yd binding; 2 yds 90" wide batting. 'Christmas Celebration Tree Skirts' quilt pattern by Judy Niemeyer Quilting. Finished size is about 60" x 60".

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