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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Christmas Tree FREE Block Pattern & Tutorial!

Hi everyone!  Before I show you where to find my free quilt block pattern and tutorial for the Christmas trees I made above (yes, I do like to tease a  I am hoping everyone has been doing well, enjoying the changes of the seasons and also maybe still participating with the Challenge of Change blog post I wrote a few weeks ago.  If you haven't read it, please check it out either before or after you look over this free Christmas tree quilt block pattern and tutorial I made back for a Christmas in July Quilt Along!  :-)

Heather, from The Sewing Loft (link to her blog), came up with a really good gift idea, she said from her, The Sewing Loft Facebook page: "I Spy this super cute and FREE Christmas quilt block from FreeSpirit Fabrics & Smilie Mommy Quilting & Crafts. I'm thinking what a cute border on a dish towel. Hostess with the Mostess gift: Check!"  Thanks "sew" much Heather for the great idea and kind words!  :-)

I made this pattern and tutorial back for my first Quilt Along where I was actually one of the long list of other great Quilt Bloggers that were able to unveil their very own pattern and tutorial using fabric provided by Free Spirit, that was then pieced and quilted into one quilt for Free Spirit Fabrics, here is a link to their website, it should also lead you to where you can find my FREE pattern and tutorial in PDF form

Here is the list of other bloggers that participated in the Quilt Along and their websites attached:

 Heather at Fiberosity
  Pat Sloan
  Melanie at Melanie Dramatic
  Pam at Pam Kitty Morning
  Kelsey Creates
  Katie @ Swim Bike Quilt
  Kim at Persimon Dreams
  Amanda at Sasikirana
  Jane at QuiltJane
  Kristy at St Louis Folk Victorian
  Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop
  Lee at Freshly Pieced
  Jennifer at MJandCo
  Mishka at Quilting Gallery
  Tiffiny at
  Tacha at Fat Quarterly
  Megan at Canoe Ridge Creations
  Jocelyn at It’s Sew Emma
PS...When visiting their pages, feel free to let them know that Smilie Mommy sent you and says hello as well. :-)


  1. I am flattered that you liked the idea Tiffany! I think it would be super cute and if I was better at paper piecing I might try to crank a few out.

    ps- if you try it, let me know!! I would love to see it.


    1. You were definitely tempting me with the thought, that is for sure :-) If I do it, I will certainly let you know :)

      Hugs & Smiles ~ Tiffiny aka Smilie Mommy :-)

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    1. You made me giggle, thank you "sew" much Dana! :-) First real pattern and I had to go complicated of course hahaha :-)