In November I’m scheduled to teach a cute Christmas pattern at Studio Stitch in Greensboro (North Carolina).
The design makes either a tree skirt or a round table topper. The pattern is by Jenice Belling of Quilted Garden Designs.
I made two of these several years ago because, as soon as my daughter saw mine, she had to have one!
The class is Saturdaay, November 5, 1-4 p.m. It’s a great way to make a quick project while learning about BOTH fused applique and quilt-as-you-go. There’s an opportunity for fancy embellishment, too! This class will be lots of fun!
Finally, here is another view, this one from the pattern cover. I hope you can join us!
It’s an attractive piece. Let me look into air fare across country–well, I can dream.
It’s lots of fun, too! If you flew across country to do it, you could advertise it as the world’s most expensive tree skirt 😄
That is lovely as a tabletopper or a tree skirt! I keep promising myself someday I am going to make a tree skirt – I cheat by wrapping an old Christmas quilt around the bottom of my tree 🙂
Hey, if it works, it’s good enough! But this one really is fun & easy. Plus, it tickles me to have trees on the tree skirt 😄