20 DIY Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas
Give your Christmas tree the star treatment with these tree skirt patterns!
Learn how to sew a tree skirt that’s both practical and decorative. Decorative Christmas tree skirts are definitely underappreciated. Christmas tree skirts conveniently catch fallen pine needles and keep the floor around your tree nice and clean.
With this collection of 20 DIY Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas, you can easily find a free tree skirt pattern to spruce up your Christmas home decor.
Tree skirts also give your Christmas tree a polished look. Many people might mistakenly think that stars are the finishing touch on a Christmas tree because they go on the top. Without a tree skirt though, your Christmas tree will look bare and neglected on the bottom.
If you don’t know how to make a tree skirt, this collection contains projects for beginners as well as more experienced sewists. Making a tree skirt pattern doesn’t have to be exhaustive. In fact, it may take you longer to decorate your tree than it will take you to make one of these DIY tree skirts.
From no-sew tree skirts to skirts with decorative edges, these tree decorating ideas couldn’t be simpler to make from start to finish.
Tree skirts also make for a great scrapbusting project. Use your leftover fabric scraps to make unique tree skirts. All of your holiday decorations don’t have to be red and green, and jingle.
Quilted tree skirts look especially homey, while ruched tree skirts look elegant. This collection even contains tree skirt pattern ideas for miniature-sized Christmas trees. With a new homemade tree skirt around it, your Christmas tree is guaranteed to look picture perfect.
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Easy Tree Skirt Patterns
If you left your holiday decorating until the last minute, then these easy DIY tree skirts are for you. Several of these tree skirt patterns are actually no-sew, which will give you plenty of time to find and make Christmas gifts to sew. From drop cloths to felt, these DIY Christmas tree skirts can be made from a variety of fabrics. Decorating your Christmas tree has never been so simple.
This tree skirt pattern can made in three different styles. For a touch of glamour, go with a pom-pom or faux fur tree skirt. Whichever design you choose, your tree will look fabulous adorned with a DIY tree skirt.
If you’re aiming for more understated elegance than festiveness in your DIY Christmas decorations, then this simple ruched tree skirt will fit in well with your home decor. You can customize this tree skirt with whatever color combination of fabric and trim that you like.
Just because you want to sew up something for the December holiday does not mean you have to make something that is all red, green, glitter, and jingle bells. This tree skirt is the kind that would look fabulous under a naturally decorated tree or for a simple traditional look.
This DIY tree skirt can be made with the fabric of your choosing. Even better, you can also make a no-sew version of this handmade tree skirt.
With this tutorial, you can learn how to make a tree skirt that will be a bold, adorable addition to your DIY Christmas decorations. The scalloped look is ultra trendy and is sure to stun your holiday guests.
This simple tree skirt is so easy to make and will look great wrapped around your tree! Rich red and gold hues lend a festive touch to this tree skirt.
Unique DIY Tree Skirts
Lots of families decorate Christmas trees but make yours one of a kind by learning how to sew a tree skirt. All DIY tree skirts don't have to be round, or red and green. These unique tree skirts come in different shapes, textures, and patterns. You can even find a tree skirt pattern for a tabletop Christmas tree in this list.
The tree skirt features a green wool flannel background, with soft green appliques and trim, giving it a monochromatic flair. Added pearls and mistletoe leaves turn this DIY Christmas tree skirt into something elegant and warm your friends and family won't believe you made this yourself.
The finished skirt may look complicated, but the pattern for this DIY Christmas tree skirt is incredibly simple. Resembling the shape of a snowflake, this homemade tree skirt is a perfect decoration for the holiday season.
Add some old-fashioned charm to your homemade Christmas decorations with this tree skirt. This DIY tree skirt will wow your holiday guests and give your home the warmth and coziness of a rustic, old-fashioned Christmas.
Great for adding a touch of glam to your Christmas tree, this tutorial for how to make a tree skirt shows you how to create an expensive-looking tree skirt for just a fraction of the designer price. Made with easy-to-sew fabrics like cotton and muslin, this DIY tree skirt is perfect for beginners and takes barely any time to make.
Keep your floors clean of pine needles and dirt with this beautiful, simple DIY Christmas tree skirt. Use leftover fabric scraps to add flair and personality to the basic design.
With fabrics in different colors and patterns, this DIY tree skirt is festive and fun. The ruffled layers give this skirt interesting flair, so you could use all-white fabrics and it would still look great.
This Christmas, go elegant and classy by creating an expensive-looking tree skirt out of budget-friendly fleece. This tree skirt tutorial also comes with a printable pattern for the poinsettia leaves, meaning you don't have to rely on guesswork to create some beautiful holiday blossoms.
To give your home a luxurious Christmas look, why don't you sew up this two-tiered luxe Christmas tree skirt? This Christmas sewing project will help your make your home cozy and festive!
Add a beautiful look to your Christmas tree when you make this tree skirt! This intermediate sewing project will be a unique addition to your home and would also make a great gift idea for anyone living on their own for the first time.
This picture tutorial will show you how to make a Christmas tree skirt out of a set of five placemats. The tutorial will walk you step by step through the process simply with a series of photos and written descriptions.
Quilted Tree Skirt Patterns
Give your Christmas tree a cozy look with a quilted DIY tree skirt. There's no need to get one of your favorite quilts dirty by using it as a tree skirt. Make a tree skirt that looks like a quilt instead and keep your beloved quilts on the couch. Patchwork tree skirts are a great way to make use of leftover scraps.
If you have a miniature tabletop Christmas tree, then you also need the perfect size DIY tree skirt to decorate it with. This sewing project will give you step-by-step instructions on how to make a tree skirt by sewing triangles together.
The quilted fabric used for this tree skirt is cozy and elegant, perfect for the Christmas season. Add ribbons and ornaments to your tree skirt for an intricate, detailed look that is sure to impress your family and friends.
If you're tired of all the red and green holiday decorations, this quilted tree skirt pattern makes great use of both warm and cool colors. This DIY Christmas tree skirt is a fantastic scrapbusting project.
This DIY tree skirt is a great festive alternative to plain burlap or cloth. Don’t spend money on tree accessories when this incredibly easy tree skirt tutorial can help you personalize your Christmas decor over the course of just one weekend.
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