Christmas Tree Free Quilt was sent to us by an anonymous reader and we liked this one a lot, to the point that we thought it would be interesting to bring you this pattern to start your ideas for the upcoming Christmas season. So let’s begin to understand the pattern and learn a little about the Christmas tree tradition, and how you can use a quilt as your Christmas tree.
Christmas Tree Free Quilt
This Christmas Tree Free Quilt pattern, in fact this type of quilt has already begun to be sought after by several people, not only here in our country, but in several others in the world. But for this pattern unfortunately there are some things that make some sad. That is what we are going to talk about now.
In late 2019 several people were infected with COVID-19 and as you may know we and many other places not only from here in the United States, but also all over the world when it comes to this pandemic. This PDF about pattern is by https://bearcreekquiltingcompany.com
It would be very insensitive of me to say here what the death toll was, because unfortunately, just like me many people lost family, friends, jobs and their personal achievements.
Why is this pattern so precious then? It is NOT exactly this pattern, but one like it, in fact very similar, it was being made by a seamstress which she and her husband had with much effort built an atelier for quilt only.
Unfortunately the lack of care on the part of one of the children (a teenager) who did not like to obey his parents and the authorities, caused 12 of the 13 family members to die.
Again, what does this have to do with the pattern? Christmas patternsb and Christmas Tree Free Quilt that we will put here, and bring to you the most beautiful ones, sometimes simple and others more complex, will be a source of encouragement, affection, peace, and to express all our love for you that are quilters and like to remember what Christmas represents for you and your family.
Well, now that we have said that, let’s talk about what the Christmas tree means, and how this pattern can be used by you in your home. Let’s start by knowing about the Christmas tree, one of the symbols that every family likes to put in the living room, near the fireplace or in the corner of the room where the decoration looks more beautiful.
The Christmas tree is one of the most popular traditions associated with the celebration of Christmas. It is usually an evergreen coniferous tree (a pine tree) or an artificial tree. As part of the tradition, the tree is decorated with colored balls and other Christmas ornaments, such as the Christmas bell.
The first Christmas tree was decorated in Riga, Latvia, in 1510. It is also believed that this tradition began in 1530 in Germany with Martin Luther. One night, while walking through the forest, Luther was struck by the beauty of the snow-covered pine trees. The stars in the sky helped compose the image that Luther reproduced with tree branches in his house. In addition to the stars, absorbent cotton and other decorations, such as lit candles to show his relatives the beautiful scene he had witnessed in the forest.[et_bloom_inline optin_id=optin_8]
There are other versions, however, according to which the modern Christmas tree actually appeared in Germany between the 16th and 18th centuries. It is not known in which town exactly. During the 19th century the practice was taken to other European countries and to the United States. Only in the 20th century did this tradition reach Latin America.Nowadays this tradition is common to Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox.
Well, we will end our article by GIVING TIPS ON WHERE TO USE THIS PATTERN, which is a Christmas tree made with scraps or pieces of fabric of your choice. The best place to put it is where everyone in the house can have a full view of the quilt work.
You can use it on the door of your house when family and friends come to visit, or for your Christmas dinner, you can use it on the wall next to the dining table, or next to the sofa in the living room. The important thing is to make the pattern and use it where you see fit. I hope you enjoyed this article and its importance to many families.