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Free Pattern - Deck the Halls Christmas Tree by Allison Richter

Everybody needs some Christmas cheer from time to time, and this precious little project is truly wonderful! Allison Richter of Campbell Soup Diary creates delightful designs, and she used fabrics designed by Cori Dantini (the Joy & Wonder Collection she designed for Blend Fabrics) as inspiration for this charming project. Click an image to zoom in, the extra detail is gorgeous! This pattern is paper piecing, so if you are not familiar with that technique, click here for a tutorial. More from Allison:

"It would seem that when I like a particular designer's work, I can gush on, and on, and on ( and on) about them. One designer's work that I keep coming back to time and time again is Cori Dantini. Almost every fabric line that she has put out, as soon as I see it, I have about twenty project ideas that come to mind. When I first saw her Joy & Wonder collection for Blend Fabrics, that was no exception. As I was drooling over studying her collection, it hit me... a paper piecing pattern was staring me right in the face! So, I approached Cori earlier in the year and asked if I could adapt her design into a paper piecing pattern... and now in the spirit of the season of giving, I am turning around and giving it to you too... the Deck the Halls Christmas Tree pattern!"

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