Red and White Christmas Tree Pattern

I saw this red and white Christmas tree quilt on Facebook and put it on the blog. I have searched and found it. Here is all the information you need.

You’re welcome.

26 thoughts on “Red and White Christmas Tree Pattern

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Frances – obviously I don’t understand how you read the blog – what do you mean it showed up in the comments????? How is that possible.

  1. Chris H. in Washington

    Thanks for searching for this pattern. I also had seen it on FB but wasn’t sure how I’d go about finding a pattern. It is gray and rainy here in Puyallup, WA. Last week we had snow, wind and ice so at least this isn’t as cold as it had been. Hope you are staying warm and having time for at least one or two projects! Thanks again, Mary.

  2. Cheryl Regan

    Thanks for looking and finding. I loved that tree when originally posted. I found a pattern I would like called kaleidoscope. It’s a tree skirt, assuming on paper, but the link led me to three books and none of them had the pattern. I saved a picture but wrote to the author, still waiting for a response.

  3. Barbara C

    I went to the web version of the post and found it there. Wish I’d tried before putting up the comment

    Thank you, Mary

  4. Marsha from Kansas

    Thank you, Mary, for tracking the pattern down. Usually it depends on how you word the search and you nailed it! Over 20 people have the pattern in their cart, so we are finding it! It is a wonderful design!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Marsha from KS – I think I should put this pattern in my cart, too!!

  5. Linda in central IA

    If you don’t see it, go to the top of the this page and click on Blog – there it is! Just about any time and on any posting, when something comes through as a little itty bit blue square, look around on the page to check on “Blog”.

    Also if you are reading this through just email, you click on the comment to get to this section. If you are reading on the Blog, then you click on the little print right under the date/title “Leave a reply” and you will see the comments.

  6. Susy Boyer

    Wow Mary! Thank you for finding the red and white tree pattern. I tried to figure out how they did it and gave up. It’s like you read my mind.
    Glad you are well in this big storm. Wishing the best for all of you going through it.
    A bright new year to you all.

  7. Karen Pidcock

    Thank you Mary for all the consideration you give to what so many of your readers/followers who will want/need information regarding patterns and such. Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2023.

  8. Dorothy

    Thank you for tracking it down. In the original post of reader projects, I didn’t realize it was a pillow, I thought it was a quilt. HSTs though, so should be easy to figure out, but I like to give credit to the pattern maker. Thank you again.

  9. Diane, Squeak, and Buddy in Central Ohio

    That is beautiful! Thank You for finding the pattern. Sometimes I enjoy paper piecing, sometimes not—LOL! With soooo many projects to finish, it might go on the maybe list. It was so nice of you to persevere in finding the pattern. How are your temperatures and roads? It is warming up here, but the streets are still icy. It is supposed to be in the low 49’s today so maybe it will melt! Take care🐶😺

  10. Debby Krzyston

    Good morning Mary, Thank you for finding the cute red and white Christmas tree pattern.
    You’re a great detective. Have a warm safe New Year’s!
    Debby in Wisconsin 🐝

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