Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas tree skirts

I made a few Christmas tree skirts this year.  First I started with one I already have and folded it in half and laid it onto my folded fabric, lining up the folded side of the skirt with the fold of the fabric.  Cut around the half circle and around the little hole part. Cut through one of the folds and open up the fabric.  You will have a basic skirt.  I doubled the thickness of each of these to add some stability and to make them a nice reversible option.  The rag-quilted flannel one has all exposed seems that fray when they are clipped and tumbled in the dryer a few times.  












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5 comments:

mom and dad said...

hmmm, these look familar and they looked really great under their perspective christmas trees :)!!! thank you beth!

Tiffany Jewelry said...

Do it by yourself and enjoy the fun!God knew that we all need someone to share each happy day.

John said...

I agree with Tiffany, we really need to share the joy and happiness with our love ones. By the way the Christmas tree skirts were beautiful.

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chelsea said...

Wow! those Christmas tree skirts are gorgeous


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