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November 09, 2009


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What a delightful project. No to go through my stash and see wha tI have, so I can get this one made


I love it. Would you be willing to make a guide for making a Hanukkah quilt?


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Wonderful tree wall hanging , thanks so much for sharing , it is just sweet.

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Look cool and creative i like to make this one at my home after read this tutorial .

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What a great project! I've never seen this "quilt as you go" technique before. I love how this turned out!

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I found your blog through the quilt hop
I love the little tree

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What a amazing wall hanging for the holidays!thanks for sharing the blog.I really appreciate your blog.

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Hey i checked out your previous designs, but this one are really nice.

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I am surprised to see your design, it's really awesome and specially christmas tree's are looking wonderful.

tinggi badan

My pattern company GE Designs was started in Iceland with my pattern designs in Icelandic only and since being in the States I have written books and patterns in english

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I published a pattern specifically to use panels to go with it called Quilts For Olivia. It has 4 projects, a bed quilt, lap quilt, wall quilt and a table runner.

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awesome job, that's so pretty. i am a big fan of yours now.


I just wanted to thank you all for going the extra mile and doing this great blog hop. I enjoyed it very much. Thank You!

kristen - gock's frocks

just love this project! going to tackle it this week :) also LOVE your blog header photo! very cool!
thanks again


I'm sure I commented before, but I wanted to come back aand make sure that I actually commented on the right posts of each of you and not one of your other posts.

Gudrun, I really like the tree just by itself and I especially like the idea of using it as an Advent calender. I am considering making one for each of my youngest sisters three little boys (just turned 3, almost 5 and 6). I'm not sure they could restrain themselves to one piece of candy per day off the tree, tho!!!

I've been wanting to make an Advent calendar for myself and so I think I'll use your idea for me for sure, if not for the boys.

Thank you so much.



Just love the quilt as you go project! Enjoyed visiting your blog.


Darling little tree! I'll be making one for my school library door. Need great Christmas design. Easy to follow directions will make this quick.



What a cute project!
And thanks so much for organizing the blog hop. I have enjoyed every post and appreciate the time and effort put into this event. Happy Holidays to you & yours!


I promised myself I wouldn't start any more projects before Christmas, but now I am sorely tempted!

Cindy in TN

great project!


I've gotten most of my fabric together. Can't wait to start sewing on it.

Barb C

I love this little tree and can't wait to make one. I've enjoyed "meeting" all the designers on the hop; some are new to me. Merry Christmas Barb C


Thank you for sharing this cute idea! I enjoyed the whole tour (I hopped backwards :D)
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy Advent!

Suzanne Tracy

Thanks for this wonderful and visual tutorial! I have never done "quilt as you go" and you made me believe I could do it.

Ange Moore

Thanks for sharing the Christmas tree and what a fbulous idea to have a 12 Days of Christmas blog hop - have loved it!!

Alda, FL

Thank you for this wonderful idea, Christmas blog hop. I have so enjoyed all the different patterns and recipes. Hope you will repeat this next year and maybe a Easter blog hop 
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Susan Brooks

This tutorial is like having you sit with me and show me how to do it! Thanks

Jane McCarthy

Gudrun, I want to thank you for this wonderful blog hop. It has really jump started my season. The tree quilt is so cute and QUICK.


I couldn't remember if I left a comment earlier or not. I do know I was thinking that I did like your project because it was quilt as you go project therefore quicker results for finished results. Thanks for your generosity.


I really need to start my Christmas presents! this might just get me off the computer and into the sewing room :)
thanks for sharing your talents.

Karen  M

Just love the prairie points on this little tree quilt. I'm off work next week and would really like to make this sweet tree. Thanks again for the wonderful pattern.
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I love your pattern. Thanks for the wonderful idea.


This blog hop has been a lot of fun! Thanks!

Mary Jo Baird

Love the pattern! Thank you for sharing! I'm making sure I left you a comment!


I decided to go back and visit every blog again just to say thanks! I thought this was so much fun and so creative. Some of my blogging friends e-mailed me to say thanks for sharing about it so that they could join in the fun! What a great idea. Said it before, will say it again......Thank you!


Thanks for the cute pattern, and for being a part of the Blog Hop! It's been fun!
Beth (stampinwithbeth)


alright Iam 95% certain I left comments everywhere, but just incase, I am reposting a few =) I have cut out my farics to make 4, that's right, 4, of these. So excited. I am leaving out the points, not becauseI don't think they are the cutest thing EVER, but I am making this all from my stash and it's getting low. *ahem Honey, I need fabric for Chrismtas! no, I don't have "TONS" I am runnign low here sweetie. Sure I have two shelves fairly full but I don't have enough!" think he'll understand? I can't wait until Tuesday when I have a day off to get these projects going!


Love it. Thanks so much for sharing.


tenia mucho interes en ver sus diseños y no me ha decepcionado, espero poder hacerlo para este año, sencillamente genial



First of all, let me tell all of you how much I have enjoyed this blog hop. The stories and memories that you have shared and the projects that you gave to us. Thank you for your generosity. Thank you for reminding us of the simplicity of a child's gift and the love behind it and what the true meaning behind the holiday spirit is.

Dana Bartlett

I'm almost done with my version of this and I love it! Thank you for a great project!

Phyllis S.

Thanks. This has been a perfect "hop". Since I have never been able to do a traveling hop, this virtual hop has been the best.


I love using the prairie points in the interior of the quilt!

Alissa Slagle

Thanks for your pattern:)


Going through the posts again, the hop was so fun!

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