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November 29, 2008


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Great table cloth!!Or great tree skirt!! Did it already ahve the fringed edge? We have our tree in the corner so I just fold up my blanket and wrap it around the bottom of the tree, but if I could sew I like your idea better!!!

Robin~Thrifty Miss Priss

OH.MY.GOSH! This is wonderful! I'd overturn tables to get to that tablecloth! It's soooo sweet! Loved that you husband participated in the tutorial!


I got my Kenmore at age 17...I use a burgundy velvet skirt from a former bridemaid dress as a tree skirt...They did say I'd use it again...

LiLi M.

I am a bit in a hurry, too many things to do today, so I missed the word tree. I couldn't imagine you in that skirt, consider that as a compliment!
btw great tutorial!


I am in need of a new tree skirt. Thanks for the tutorial.


That is fabulous!

Vintage Whimsy

Ooh what a fabulous idea. I have several vintage tablecloths I could use for this project. You know, the ones that are old enough to be vintage, but not really vintage-y enough to be worth anything! And if I'm feeling extra lazy I might just use stitch witchery so I don't even have to break out the sewing machine.


Great idea. I'm with ya on not cutting anything vintage unless it really has too many flaws to be used as intended. Wish I could find a fab round tablecloth like that...guess it's using "ye olde white sheet" again this year. :)


Another wonderful idea!


Great idea! Thanks for sharing...

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