Oh Christmas Trees!

Not too long ago I saw a demo at a local quilt shop about how to make these cute little Christmas tree ornaments. The pattern, from The Quilt Company in Pittsburgh cost a ridiculous $2.50. I bought the pattern, pulled some scraps, and got to work. Now I can't seem to stop making them!




I have quite a few. More than I need. Want one? I'll mail one to 3 randomly selected commenters. Leave a comment by Midnight EST (0500 GMT) and I'll do the drawing then. I'll try to get them in the mail to winners on Wednesday--if you live in the U.S. you might get it by Christmas Eve.

Merry Christmas!

Comments

  1. Aww...I missed the giveaway deadline! Oh well, I sure do like these though!

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  2. Ohhhh, I missed the giveaway deadline too! They're gorgeous, Phyl.

    Merry Christmas to you! I hope you have a wonderful time with your family. :D

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  3. I was trying to get them out before Christmas, so I didn't give people much time. I still have plenty left, Hils, so send me an email (see sidebar) and I'll get one off to you soon. Merry Christmas!

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  4. ADORABLE!! I love these, Phyl! I'm sending you an email, too... if I may be so bold? ;-)

    Merry Christmas! xoxo

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  5. Of course you may, Christine! Like I said, I have lots :-)

    Merry Christmas!

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  6. What a nice surprise I received in my mailbox today, Phyllis! Thank you so much for the darling Christmas ornament.

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  7. Oh Phyllis...these are so special & Diana just loves hers. She sent me your blogspot so I could see them - very nice! You are very talented!

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  8. Diana, you are most welcome and I'm so glad you like it.

    And Linda, my thanks to you as well! Happy New Year to you both.

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  9. Janet W: Gosh darn it: I thought I posted before Christmas ... they really are beautiful! Bet you're waiting hard for 2011 :)

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