Evergreen Dreams

I’m starting to think about decorating for Christmas and the winter holidays.  We have changed the color scheme in our living and dining rooms since last year so I need to rethink some of the decorations I have been using.

One decoration I won’t have to change is this little wall hanging I made last year (it doesn’t hang in the living or dining rooms).  Some of you may recognize it as a more traditional version of my Evergreen Bias pattern.  This quilt is so much fun to make.  In addition to these two, I have another one around somewhere that has white background with very bright decorations on it.  I can’t remember what color I made the tree.  Since it is small at 24″ x 30″ it is quick to make and, except for the background which needs 3/4 yard of fabric, can be made with scraps.  I developed a graduated bias technique to make the bias for the tree narrower at the top of the tree and wider at the bottom.  The pattern is available in my Etsy shop.  You’ll want to make several as gifts too!

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1 Comment
  • Lynn
    Posted at 15:22h, 18 November Reply

    I love the narrowing bias. That is very clever.

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