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Hexagon Tree Skirt

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Author Nite Owl Quilting
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by Cox, JoEllen
on December 13th, 2013

“This was a pattern that I made and found so easy and well written that I taught a friend to sew for the first time using it and her skirt turned out beautifully! Also made another for a friend!”

My Hexagon Tree Skirt pattern is such a quick and easy project using fat quarters, solid fabric, and fusible fleece. This is a great project to use those great crazy or traditional Christmas fabric fat quarters. Simply add a solid color border to unify those fabrics for a great Christmas tree skirt!

Make this Hexagon Tree Skirt with the other patterns from my Nite Before Christmas Collection including the Quilted Stocking, Merry Christmas Wall Art, and the Believe Table Runner for a beautifully decorated Christmas!

Finished size is 46" Diameter point to point.

Nite Owl Quilting patterns are:

-Edited and tested by beginner and expert quilters
-Written for baby through king sizes for basic quilt patterns
-Printed with full size templates
-Professionally presented with great photography and graphic design
-Easy to follow with professionally made diagrams
-Store-ready with barcodes and item numbers
-Written with tips for choosing colors, color layout diagrams, and designed to have a great flow of color

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Copyright © 2011 Janel Metsker
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6 non-directional fat quarters
2 1/2 yards of a solid for border, binding, and backing
2 1/2 yards fusible fleece
1 spool of coordinating thread

by Cox, JoEllen
on December 13th, 2013

This was a pattern that I made and found so easy and well written that I taught a friend to sew for the first time using it and her skirt turned out beautifully! Also made another for a friend!

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