Choose Your Favorite Colors for a Beautiful Tree Skirt

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It’s a Great Project for Leftover Jelly Roll Strips!

This beautiful tree skirt is one you’ll enjoy pulling out every year. It’s easy and quick to make, and all you need is a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips in your favorite colors.

Embellish the skirt with buttons, tassels and other goodies. Or leave it plain and let the fabrics star. It’s also a good project for leftover strips in your stash, and since there is no binding you’ll have this done before you know it.

Christmas Tree Skirt

We love the rich reds in the example above. It’s also gorgeous made up in white and gold, as Amy Smart did for hers. You’ll find lots of inspiration in the photo gallery here and here on Google.

The Quilted Tree Skirt Pattern

Tree skirt by Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilter. Learn more.

The pattern is available as part of an inexpensive and very popular class. If you’re not interested in a class, don’t panic! The cost is about the same as for a pattern. And, you’ll be able to download the pattern and ignore the rest, if that’s what you prefer.

It is a wonderful class, though, and gets rave reviews. The instructor is Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield who does a great job of leading you through the project.

Click here to purchase the “The Quilted Tree Skirt” class and pattern.


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