ISO: Tree SKirt Pattern Baregllo? Someone was looking for

doodledo

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A while back and I mean a while back, someone posted a picture of a tree skirt and was looking for the pattern. It was a bargello(?) pattern. Thats what someone said. Well I was wondering if anyone ever found out where to purchase that pattern. I would love to make that. I printed the picture out and carry it everywhere I go. No luck in finding that pattern. Has anyone else?
TIA
 

goldenluver

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ist this the picture?
https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=2577152#p2577152
it looks like 9 fabrics by 9 deep
I would stitch 9 sets of strips (2" x full shelvage to shevage edges)
each set after the last take the one on bottom and put it on top until you have come full circle
of cource you need to iron them all flat and strait
then take a ruller to cut your strip into the angle, starting at 1" and angle to 2 1/2", now you will actually get 2 skirts out of this because every other pieace you cut will be opposite in which end is wider so you can make the other skirt with them.
then you assemble them in the correct desending order in the circle,
you do this until you come full circle.
quilt and hem as need.
 
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doodledo

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That is it. Isnt that pretty?
Thanks for the directions. Now if I can just get it right.
Thank You
 

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