Haven’t decided yet on what Christmas tree skirt design to sew for this year? Check out this handful of ideas you’ll surely fall in love with!
Adorable Christmas Tree Skirt Projects to Take On
It is a bit overwhelming looking for the perfect Christmas tree skirt. When deciding on the design of your Christmas tree skirt, you’ll need to consider the color, size, and design. I confess; I am having this kind of dilemma each time I decide to change my tree skirt. So I come up with this list of my top favorite Christmas tree skirts I can make the whole year-round and I’m sharing this list with you today.
1. Hexagon Tree Skirt
This hexagon tree skirt is extraordinary and eye-catching! This shows not all tree skirts are patterned to be perfectly round. It may look intimidating, but the patterns show otherwise. This sewing project is surprisingly easy. So if you’re looking for something different, try this one.
2. Ruffled DIY Tree Skirt
If you’re looking for a pretty and cheery tree skirt to decorate underneath your Christmas tree, this ruffled DIY tree skirt is perfect. It looks very festive and fun. You can go bright or light. The ruffled layers show an interesting flair, so even if you use plain fabrics, it would still look great!
3. Scalloped Felt Tree Skirt
This scalloped felt tree skirt is a simple, yet easy way to upgrade your Christmas tree decoration. Sewing this unique blue and white scallop pattern is so easy. If you love to have a fun winter Christmas decor, this is the perfect and functional decoration for your tree.
4. Tabletop Tree Skirt
Treat yourself to a merry little Christmas with this DIY tabletop tree skirt. If you have a tiny tabletop Christmas tree, then you’ll also need the perfect skirt to decorate it with. This tree skirt tutorial will show you how to make an adorable tiny skirt by sewing these small triangles together. It looks totally cute with the striped ribbon and peppermint candy printed fabric!
5. Easy Pom-Pom Quilted Tree Skirt
This pom-pom quilted tree skirt has a great and colorful pattern! The trim is a bit whimsy and adds a retro flair. The tutorial has a great pattern perfect for beginners. You can also choose any printed fabric you like. The size is approximately 48” with bright and splashy fabric prints. Also, don’t you just love those pom-poms?
6. Burlap and Lace Tree Skirt
This sewing project is quite similar to the ruffled Christmas tree skirt, except you’re using burlap and lace with this one. I’ve always been a fan of burlap and twine because they add a vintage feel to anything I make, which I absolutely adore! So when it comes to thinking about tree skirt designs, there’s no question that this burlap with lace tree skirt is on my list.
7. Snowflake Tree Skirt
Put your crocheting skills to the test and try making this snowflake tree skirt. The pattern is gorgeous and the thing I really love about it is that I can use different colors with it. If I want a classic look, I’ll go with gray and white. For something festive, red, white, and green will do. Now if I want something modern and chic, I’ll go black and white!
8. Cute Christmas Tree Skirt
Isn’t this adorable? If you love quilting, then you won’t break a sweat making this one. All the colors work great together, but if you want your cute tree skirt to be this perfect, stock up on beautiful fabrics as early as you can.
9. Easy Ruched Tree Skirt
Holiday gifts will look more special and wonderful on Christmas morning around this stunning and functional DIY ruched tree skirt. It is so simple and easy to sew! So if you don’t have time to work on a more complex tree skirt project, there’s no shame going for the simple one!
10. Whitney’s Drop Cloth Tree Skirt
This Whitney’s drop cloth tree skirt will look fabulous under a naturally decorated Christmas tree. If you want to add a rustic touch to your holiday decor, this skirt will perfectly match. Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean you only make skirts out of red, green, snowflakes, and jingle bells. You can also create something from your plain fabrics that will match your country style holiday decor.
11. Quilted Tree Skirt
The holiday season is an excellent time to put your scrap fabrics to good use by making this DIY quilted tree skirt. Look at that color combination, don’t you just love it? Plus, this quilt is easy to wash! And I love the floral accents too!
While on the subject of Christmas sewing projects, here’s how you can make your own felt Christmas decor from Made to Sew:
These easy and gorgeous Christmas tree skirts prove that making your own holiday decor is fun. I’m sure you will love and enjoy this sewing project. Remember, tree skirts are great additional decor for your Christmas tree, and it also protects your floor from scratches. So don’t let Christmas pass you by without a complete Christmas tree ensemble. And if you have the time, make one for your friends and family too!
Did you find the perfect tree skirt for your Christmas tree from the list above? Let me know by leaving your comment below!
Editor’s Comment – The article was originally published in December 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.