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Holiday Forest pillow tutorial


Looking for a holiday project to tackle? I’ve got one for you, on the Olfa website this month!

My Holiday Forest pillow is a fast little project that uses the quick method of making Flying Geese (you make them four at a time). A few color changes and the flying geese are suddenly a forest of Christmas trees. : ) I think I overdosed on red and green during the making of my Fair Isle quilt last year, so for this one I decided to go with non-traditional holiday colors. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I think I was envisioning the pink aluminum Christmas trees from the Charlie Brown Christmas special. But it would look great done up traditional, too!

And I’m the subject of their November Designer Spotlight, so head over there for full project instructions, as well as an interview with me. Thank you, Olfa, for featuring me!

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  1. tink's mom
    tink's mom says:

    Love the pattern. Thank you for the gift. I have taken it and turned it into a table runner. Ok, so I took 2 and turned them into a table runner for a Christmas gift. If you are at all interested you can see it on my current blog post. I also took 2 rows from the Fair Isle pattern and made them into table runners. They can be seen 1 post back.


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