Do you need inspiration and Tree Skirt Patterns for this Christmas?
Then, you landed in the right place.
In this post, we have gathered more than 20 designs for you to choose from. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for something simple, or if you want a super fancy design.
This list has it all sorted out.
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It is finally here.
This month came rather quickly… Did I say a month? I meant year!
Nevertheless, this year brought my favorite time. Christmas!
And with it all the awesome activities and sewing projects that are waiting for me to be done.
The only thing left to do is to make a Tree Skirt Pattern.
How do you make a Christmas Tree Skirt?
Making a Christmas Tree Skirt is easier than you think. You can even make a custom size tree skirt for every type or size of the tree. The only thing you need is fabric a ruler and a string.
Fold the fabric 4 times and draw a semicircle directly on it with a marking tool.
Then cut it out to end up with a perfect circle. Then, use a jar or bottle to make a smaller circle in the middle.
Finally, finish your tree skirt pattern by adding trimming or by sewing bias tape.
What is the standard size of a Tree Skirt?
The rule of thumb for a tree skirt is that it has to be 2” or 3” longer than the base of your tree.
Of course, it all depends on the space you have for it and how much do you want it to stand out.
You can personalize any of these patterns to nail the right proportions for your Christmas Tree.
Enlarge, or in most cases reduce the outer length to your convenience.
How do you make a lining for your Tree Skirt?
The best thing to do is finish your upper tree skirt design or patchwork. Then place that over your lining with the right sides facing together and cut the lining layer.
Without moving it sew around the outer edges, through the opening and the inner edge. Remember to leave about 3” to 4” open. Then turn it inside out and close the opened space with an invisible stitch.
Quilted Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns:
1. Polar Star Tree Skirt Pattern
Gorgeous and a very affordable tree skirt sewing pattern.
Use quilting fabric (or even fabric scraps) and your homemade bias tape to sew this beautiful skirt for your tree.
2. Star Quilt Free Pattern
If you are looking for a truly unique design then this is the perfect quilt pattern for you.
This tutorial includes a free sewing pattern with step-by-step detailed instructions.
You won’t regret sewing this skirt that you and your family will treasure for a lifetime.
3. Hexagonal Tree Skirt
Another cool interesting and different tree skirt.
Sew this hexagonal tree skirt with this quilt sewing pattern.
Your Christmas tree will look amazing this year!
4. Lovely Circular Tree Pattern
Unique Christmas sewing pattern with step-by-step instructions.
You can mix and match your Christmas Color Palette with the sections of this pattern.
Plus the branches give it a really special touch.
5. Brightest Curved Star
This pattern is a great introduction to quilt curves.
It is really simple to sew yet it has a beautiful sophisticated result.
The product includes charts, templates, and coloring pieces to try your designs before cutting!
6. Hexagonal lines
This design has a pretty colorful feeling to it.
It’s fairly easy to sew as you only need strips of fabric. And at the end, you will have a beautiful hexagonal tree skirt pattern.
7. Flower Christmas Tree Skirt
This is a really sweet tree skirt that yes, has Christmas trees!
It is a bit more complex design but is completely worth it.
If you have time and patience then choose this tree skirt for your decorations.
8. Lone Star Tree Skirt Pattern
We left the best quilt tree skirt for last.
The lone star tree skirt sewing pattern will make an absolute unique decoration for your home.
We grant that it is meant for medium to advanced skilled quilters. But it will definitely be a design you will use for many years to come.
Simple Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns:
9. Jean Star
Do you have old jeans that need to be repurposed??
This is the best time to do it. Use this sewing pattern from Fabric Cart DIY.
You only need denim and a cute trim.
10. Three Style Reversible Skirt Pattern
You will have your classic circle tree skirt and an octagonal design.
Both of them are reversible designs and you can mix and match any fabric you like.
11. Noel Skirt Pattern
You can make this skirt or your tree using only Fat Quarter fabric.
This is a gorgeous octagonal design where you can use different colors.
Plus, it has the option of asking for the embroidery design at the bottom. If you have an embroidery machine then you can ask for it!
12. Mini Tree Skirt.
Finally, accessories for our mini trees.
I love to put small Christmas Trees around the small rooms in my home and office.
Of course, I love to make my own DIY Ornaments, but I have never thought of making a mini tree skirt for them.
Until this day! Download the Mini Holiday Tree Skirt pattern from We All Sew.
13. Gathered Skirt Design
Have you nailed your gathered foot skills yet?
This is the perfect time to practice and use them to make a gorgeous tree skirt design.
You only need a piece of fabric and a beautiful matching trimming.
14. Fringe Tree Skirt
This is a wonderful project to get those green or red old t-shirts to good use.
Here is a good example of how you can make a great project without any trouble.
Follow this easy step-by-step tutorial and make this beautiful design for your Christmas Tree.
15. Ruffled Cozy Design
Nothing gathered a room like a ruffle trimming.
You can use our hack to gather fabric fast if you don’t have a gathering foot. That way you will be able to make this beautiful design in only one afternoon.
16. Almost No-Sew Fleece Tree
I kind of have to add the “almost” because it technically includes 1 small step of sewing.
Which in my opinion can be replaced by using the same technique as the one on the bottom edge.
You will need two colors of fleece and a pair of scissors for this tree skirt.
The technique used to join the fringes looks just beautiful.
17. Natural Dye
I knew my tie-dye with natural ingredients technique was going to make itself worth it.
Have you tried dying with fruits? It’s so fun! And it gives really beautiful colors. Just like the one here where they use madder root powder.
18. Ruffled Fabric Strips Skirt
Pretty Prudent is going to teach us how to make this beautiful ruffled tree skirt pattern.
You are going to need to know how to use the rolled hem function on your serger.
But other than that, this tutorial is pretty straightforward.
And the results are unique.
Patchwork Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns:
19. Triangle Tree Skirt
Pull out your quilting rulers and your fat quarters.
You will want to make this design as soon as you see how simple it is to make.
Just follow this incredible easy tutorial and sew your own.
20. Patchwork Scrapy Stripes.
You might think this is a very complicated design.
I promise you it is not. You might even don’t need the tutorial if you know how to sew a straight line.
And, you can even use scraps of fabric to make your own bias tape to match the colorful design.
Read the process of this pattern and get on sewing.
21. Traditional Blocks Tree Skirt Pattern
It doesn’t matter how many times I do this.
I will always be amazed at how simple square blocks can turn into something this beautiful. Follow this step-by-step tutorial and create a marvelous patchwork design.
22. Perninneal Patchwork
Are you feeling a little bit adventurous?
Then this is the ideal pattern and tutorial for you. Suzi quilts take us through the step-by-step on how to make this stunning design.
You will have an absolutely different tree skirt that everyone will love.
23. Crazy Patch Tree Skirt
On the other hand, if you are looking for something a little bit easier. Then this is the design for you.
This crazy patch tree skirt still has the vibe of a patchwork. But without all the complicated measurements and techniques.
You will only need to divide the skirt into 4 quadrants to make it easier. Add a backing some bias tape, and that’s it!
Which one of these designs did you like the most? Are you making one for your Christmas Tree? Let me know in the comment box below.
Also, don’t forget to visit our Christmas DIY and Decoration Tutorials!
Merry Christmas from all of us at My Golden Thimble.