Fabric Christmas Trees

I love the fabric, handmade Christmas trees. I buy them at thrift stores. I decided to make some, but I can't find a pattern. Does anyone have the directions? There are 2 kinds; one looks like stacked stars and the other is shaped like a tree, 3 points on each section. Here are the pictures of them.

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December 21, 20090 found this helpful

You can order a vintage pattern of the one style here:

(scroll down a bit to McCalls 825 tree)

http://www.page  0accessories.htm

These are slightly similar:

http://sue-nive  ot-to-sleep.html

http://sue-nive  -decoration.html

http://sue-nive  aking-today.html

The star one seems like it would be easy to fake with several graduating size stuffed stars stacked together. Take a 5 pt star shape to a copy store and have them enlarge it to 5 or more sizes increasingly larger.

Here is another pic of the same type of star tree for ideas (scroll down a bit):

http://www.thec  illary.asp?ID=99

Here are some totally different styles for fabric table trees:

http://www.thes  wordpress/?p=822

http://www.quil  ter_wonde_1.html

http://www.sant  stmas-tree.shtml

http://thelongthread.com/?p=1656

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December 21, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks so much Kaelle! I did some searching online before but came up empty handed. Thanks again and Merry Christmas!

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January 2, 20100 found this helpful

I just bought a simplicity pattern for the first tree and it was half price too at Hancock Fabrics :)

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