Make a Grouping of trees in Varying Sizes!
Two inch fabric squares, a bit of felt, cardboard and stuffing are all it take to make a darling tree decoration. The squares are pieced then the tree shape is cut out using the included pattern. Stitch the sides together, stuff and you’re nearly done.
Choose your favorite Christmas colors and fabrics, or use up leftover 2″ fabric squares for a tree of a different color. They’re beautiful in any color combination and very easy to make.
The finished size is not provided but the tree in the example appears to be 5″ or 6″ tall. The pattern, from Teresa Down Under, can be enlarged to make bigger trees. A whole forest of them will be beautiful grouped together on a shelf or side table.
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