Beautiful Christmas Tree Skirts: Ideas and Tutorials

Updated on December 9, 2017

Tree Skirts Patterns

Everyone needs a tree skirt. This article is about skirts you can make with patterns and tutorials. Some skirts are not hard to make. I made some years ago for our tree and for our kids' trees. Mine were just fabric. I added sparkles and Christmas cloth decals with fabric glue. They turned out pretty. They took some sewing, but they were fun to make. I always cut my circle for my tree skirts with my husband’s help. We folded our fabric in half and cut out a circle with a string attached to a pen or pencil.

When I made mine I also added a lace edge. You can add any kind of trim you would like or make your own trim for the edge and glue it on. I also used quilted fabric.

Use any kind of little add on items you want like buttons, charms, felt snowflakes, pom-poms, beads, or the family name. Many items can be found in craft and sewing stores or make your own. Fabric paint can also be used to add designs on your skirt.

Your skirt only comes out at Christmas, so if you don't want to sew it, gluing will work fine. It wouldn't hurt to sew a little tack by hand onto each item you add then glue. I know with some items you won't be able to do this. The tack would make it more secure, if possible.

Below our daughter's friend made her tree skirt from old pants. I think it looks very pretty reminds me of the country. It's always good to reuse and not waste anything you have.

Beautiful Christmas Tree Skirts and Tutorials
Beautiful Christmas Tree Skirts and Tutorials | Source
Fairy Tree Skirt
Fairy Tree Skirt

Old Pants Can Make a Great Skirt

Tree Skirt From Old Pants

Friends Tree Skirt
Friends Tree Skirt | Source

No-Sew Ruffled Tree Skirt

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This is a no-sew skirt from HGTV looks great and is easy to make.

Reuse an Old Wedding Gown

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Bride's skirt
Bride's skirt
Bride's Skirt 2
Bride's Skirt 2

Bridesmaid or old wedding gowns also make pretty skirts for your trees. No one ever seems to wear a bridesmaid dress again, so why not put it to use for a skirt. Any skirt you might have will do, especially if they're lace. Cut up and turn into a tree skirt! Tina, over at Tina's Treasures, can show you how.

Also old table cloths, curtains, quilts, and bedspreads can be used. If it's a round tablecloth, you're almost there. Just cut a slit up the tablecloth until you get to the middle. Then cut a circle in the center. You can finish it off by sewing a ribbon around the hole and down the slit, add hooks for closure.

Upcycle Ties

Chicago Lost And Found
Chicago Lost And Found

Necktie Skirt

This skirt is made out of ties and sales for $1200. Your can buy it or make one yourself. The pattern on this picture is different from the tutorial I found on making tie skirt, but it's pretty close. Visit Thrifty Fun to start your adventure.

Crochet Yourself a Skirt

Granny Square Skirt
Granny Square Skirt

Crocheted Skirt

You can also crochet or knit a tree skirt. My mother-in-law crocheted hers years ago. This one is crocheted with granny squares.

Give Fleece a Try

Fleece Tree Skirt
Fleece Tree Skirt

The fleece skirt is kind of neat because it takes very little or no sewing.

We make blankets out of fleece every year because they don't require sewing, just tie the two fabrics together. This skirt is the same. Skirts can also be put together with no sewing just by using iron on fabric tape or by using fabric glue or hot glue.

Try Another Fabric: You might also consider making a skirt from velvet, brocade, lace, cotton, muslin, oil cloth, or felt—anything and everything, really. Make the skirt look modern or country. Burlap sacks make nice skirts. Decorations added to a skirt makes it look so festive.

Add Photos: You can also add family pictures to a skirt by printing on transfer paper and ironing onto your skirt or printing right on fabric and making the skirt from this.

Use a Pattern: Patterns for skirts can also be bought at the fabric store or anyplace which carries patterns like Simplicity or McCall's.

In our house, there was always more than one tree. Our kids like to have small little trees in their rooms. So we needed more than one skirt.


Burlap or Coffee Bags

Coffee Bag Skirt
Coffee Bag Skirt | Source

I love this coffee bag skirt because it's so pretty.

Quilt It Up

Tree skirt
Tree skirt

Quilted skirts are always popular, and there are many patterns on the internet. The link will give you the pattern for this skirt. Spiral and square block skirts are pretty easy to find. Remember skirts can be made out of old clothing fabric made to look rustic with old denim shirts or jeans.

Potential Fastenings

Items You Can Use For Your Skirt.Closure.

On your tree skirts, you can use any kind of closures you would like.

  • Zippers
  • Buttons
  • Ribbons
  • Velcro
  • Snaps
  • Hooks

If you don't want to make your skirts, consider going to a Christmas craft show. They are usually loaded with skirts. You also might be able to talk a crafty friend into making you one.

My Skirt

My skirt
My skirt | Source
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Skirt Under Our Tree

I finally dug out my own skirt. This is one of the many skirts I have made. As you can see, this one did take some sewing. I used quilted fabric so that I didn't have to have a lining for the back. I added the lace, and this is about all I did to it, besides cutting it and seaming it together.

I made the skirt big enough so that lots of gifts could sit on top of it. Most of the time this where the cats slept.

Skirt patterns can also be found in quilt shops. We went on a quilt trip this weekend, and I saw so many nice patterns for skirts. Visit quilt shops even if you don't buy because you will get some great ideas for making skirts.

Quilt Shop Patterns

Christmas tree skirt in quilt shop.
Christmas tree skirt in quilt shop. | Source

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      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        2 years ago from America

        Suzanne, Thank you for stopping by I appreciate your visit.

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        Suzanne 

        2 years ago

        LOVE this and just had to let you know. Thank you so much for sharing.

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        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        WiccanSage, The tie skirt is really neat. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        CraftytotheCore, I know so many people are allergic to real trees it's not worth bringing them in the house. We got a fake tree last year. I have a small white tree that I'm putting up this year we're not having much company instead going to the kids homes for Christmas so why bother to put up the big tree. Thanks for stopping and for sharing.

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        Mackenzie Sage Wright 

        4 years ago

        Awesome, I just love the tie skirt-- now I am going to have to start collecting ties from the thrift shop to make something because it looks too cool. Great ideas here.

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        CraftytotheCore 

        4 years ago

        These are so beautiful. My favorite one is the fairy one up at the top. I haven't ventured in to making a tree skirt yet. This year we bought a real tree like we do every year. We got it for $20 on special at the hardware store. Unfortunately, I'm allergic to trees. Every year my asthma worsens this time of year. So silly us brings this live tree home and I get terribly ill. I ended up getting an artificial tree, decorating it with fake snow around the branches, and putting sheets of snow underneath the tree. It actually looks pretty neat. But I have always wanted to make an heirloom tree skirt to pass down. So thank you for this Hub! I'm sharing!

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        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        carter06, Thank you so much for coming by I appreciate it.

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        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        Au fait, Thank you I appreciate all you do for my hubs.

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        Mary 

        4 years ago from Cronulla NSW

        Thanks for this great idea moonlake..Love it!! I just looked at them in store a few days ago and deliberated whether to spend money on one or not & decided against it for this year, but will def give this a go for the future..will share and pin this it's such a fab idea!! P.s just glad i don't have to make 8 to put my trees on like Till.. whew that would be a job:) Cheers

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        C E Clark 

        4 years ago from North Texas

        Pinned this again to my 'Christmas II' board, this time with the red and white snowman/snowflake tree skirt. Christmas is just 2.5 weeks away, still time to make an heirloom tree skirt, and I want to help you promote this article as much as possible before this season is over. Sharing again, too.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        Au fait, Thank you and thanks so much for the pin and sharing.

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        C E Clark 

        4 years ago from North Texas

        Thought I would come back and share this again because anyone thinking about making a new tree skirt for their own tree or as a gift will want to get started pretty soon. Only 25 days 'til Christmas! Where does the time go?

        A tree skirt can make a wonderful heirloom especially when it's handmade. You have some really nice examples here. Voted up again, pinned to my 'Christmas II' board, and sharing.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        Indian Chef, Thank you so glad you stopped by. I appreciate the vote.

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        Indian Chef 

        4 years ago from New Delhi India

        Very very beautiful pictures . I have never seen people celebrating Christmas as I do not know any Christian here but the pictures are very beautiful. sharing, voting up and awesome.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        DDE, Thank you and thanks for the vote, so nice you came by.

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        Devika Primić 

        4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

        Beautiful Christmas Tree Skirts and Tutorials so beautiful photos and such ca creative mind. Voted up, useful interesting and beautiful

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        Au fait, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by and for the share.

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        C E Clark 

        4 years ago from North Texas

        Came back to pin this article to my 'Christmas' board and to share it again. A handmade tree skirt can make a beautiful heirloom and you have lots of examples of different kinds of tree skirts here. Going to share again, too!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        TopTenChristmas, What a great idea for the family. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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        Brandon Hart 

        4 years ago

        It's obvious you spent a lot of time on this. My family makes a homemade Christmas skirt each year. So, I'm working on finding exactly what I want to do. I think I've at least got some new ideas here.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        4 years ago from America

        rajan jolly, Thank you so much for stopping by and for the vote.

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        Rajan Singh Jolly 

        4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

        I love the different varieties of tree quilts and appreciate the tutorials as well. Thanks for sharing.

        Voted up, beautiful and interesting. Lovely pictures.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Peggy W, Thank you I appreciate it. Thanks for visiting.

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        Peggy Woods 

        5 years ago from Houston, Texas

        I'm going to start a new Pinterest board titled Christmas and will pin this hub to it. You have so many good ideas in this hub for creating beautiful Christmas tree skirts.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Deborah-Diane , Thank you for stopping by I appreciate it.

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        Deborah-Diane 

        5 years ago from Orange County, California

        This is an amazing Hub. I love the variety of Christmas tree skirts you have made here, from the elegant to the whimsical, like the one made from ties. Very clever and creative. Definitely a Thumbs Up!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Peggy W, Thank you. I know just what you mean I'm starting on quilts now for Christmas gifts. Thank you for the share.

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        Peggy Woods 

        5 years ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi moonlake,

        Since we are sharing Christmas hubs even if off season...I came back to take another look at this hub. Will share because people might wish to think of making some of these tree skirts to give away as gifts and it is never too early to start when it comes to making homemade gifts. I have a friend who with others in her group sew year round to make and give Christmas stockings and other sewing crafts to the elderly in nursing homes, and different children's groups. You have some great ideas here!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        tebo , I always hate the ugly containers. Tree skirt work great to cover them and can be made from just about anything. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Nell Rose. Thank you so nice to see you and thanks for the vote.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        tillsontitan, 8 trees I bet they're beautiful. You have to do a hub showing all your trees. Thanks so much for stopping by and the vote and sharing.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Au fait, They are fun to make. Your right it is some a child could help with. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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        tebo 

        5 years ago from New Zealand

        These are lovely. I haven't seen them before either, but I think they are a great idea for covering up the container you have your tree in. Must see what I have that I could use. Thanks for the ideas.

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        Mary Craig 

        5 years ago from New York

        With eight (yes 8) full size Christmas trees in my home I am always looking for something different. Your skirt ideas are phenomenal! I love everyone of them and of course your pictures are great too!

        I voted this everything but funny...also shared.

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        Nell Rose 

        5 years ago from England

        You are so clever! lol! I wish I had the patience and the talent! these are great, voted up!

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        C E Clark 

        5 years ago from North Texas

        A fabulous hub for this time of the year! You have included so many great ideas and beautiful photos for inspiration. The photo of the tree skirt you made yourself looks like it was so fun to make and enjoy. Cutting circles is so easy and then decorating them with the help of young children can add to the fun. Great hub! Voted up, useful, beautiful, and will share!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Tashaonthetown, Thank you I love mine. They are really showing up in different places. So easy to make. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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        Natasha Pelati 

        5 years ago from South Africa

        This is a great idea. I am going to make one!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        The Dirt Farmer, I saw a pretty skirt in Home Depot but the thing was 49.50. That's awful because it really takes such a small amount of fabric. I like the burlap one too. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Sherry Hewins, A hooked rug one sounds nice. I have never seen a hooked one. Thanks so much for stopping by.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        rebeccamealey, There is so much to pick from in making skirts now days. When I made ours there was lots to decorate with. Of course, we live in a small town that might have been why. Thank you so much for stopping by.

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Peggy W,

        Thanks so much for sharing always nice to have revisit one of my hubs.

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        Jill Spencer 

        5 years ago from United States

        Love this hub. So many great ideas here. Esp. like the burlap skirt--perfect for an outdoor Christmas tree. (:

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        Sherry Hewins 

        5 years ago from Sierra Foothills, CA

        Those are beautiful. I love the polka dot one at the top. My kids helped me make a hooked rug tree skirt from a kit years ago. I still use that skirt every year.

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        Rebecca Mealey 

        5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

        How clever! I never thought of making my own tree skirt. And I just bought one last year. These are so pretty!

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        Peggy Woods 

        5 years ago from Houston, Texas

        Came back to share this time as people might like to use these ideas for their Christmas trees. Some great looking Christmas tree skirts here!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        pstraubie48, How smart of your daughter to use clothing from each person. I bet they were cute. It's always so much fun when there is a little one to share Christmas. Our kids and grandkids aren't little anymore. Thank you so much for stopping and for sharing and pinning.

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        Patricia Scott 

        5 years ago from sunny Florida

        Moonlake, good morning...these skirts definitely add to the magic and beauty of Christmas. I live alone now but I haul out all of the lovely decorations each year as this is a magical time. My two year old grandson is caught up in the season already this year so this will be really special. I do not have a fabulous tree skirt like this but maybe I can get my daughter to make me one. She made the cutest one last year with little stuffed snowmen on it...one for each member of the family, dressed in a bit of attire from each family member. I am sharing and pinning this as it is A M A Z I N G ...an overused word but the only want that gets the job done. have a lovely Saturday :) ps

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        pinappu, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by and leaving comment. Yes I am getting Google traffic.

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        pinappu 

        5 years ago from India

        You have taken so much pain to write such a hub. How much time you spent for it? I think you are getting 60-70 viewers daily for it. Are you getting any Google traffic?

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        perlongnina, Merry Christmas thanks for stopping by.

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        perlongnina 

        5 years ago

        merry christmans

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        TattooKitty, If I can make them anyone can. They are really not that hard to make. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment and thanks for the vote.

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Rusti Mccollum , Thank you so glad you enjoyed the hub. Your grandkids will be happy to get them I'm sure. There are so many ideas out there for skirts. Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate it.

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        TattooKitty 

        5 years ago from Hawaii

        How exquisite!! I absolutely love the quilted versions...so dramatic and full of life! Thanks for sharing this...maybe I'll give it a try this year! Voted up!!

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        Ruth McCollum 

        5 years ago from Lake Oswego, Oregon

        I made all my kids stockings and tree skirts. They take time, i do felt sequins that type . They give me the old Cristmas feeling when I was a kid. I have to say I LOVE the quilted one! they are all beautiful and amazing . Soon i'll start making my grandkids and I'll incorporate your tips and ideas! Thankyou very much!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Mama Kim 8, Thank you so glad you stopped by. I hope it will become an heirloom. Thanks so much for pinning.

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        Sasha Kim 

        5 years ago

        Taking the time to make your own beautiful tree skirt is wonderful. Plus it will probably become a family heirloom ^_^ Great overview of the different types. pinning!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Jamie Brock, Brides are doing it and paying photographers to take pictures of it. It’s hard to believe they would put out money for that. Thanks for stopping back by.

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        Jamie Brock 

        5 years ago from Texas

        moonlake, I had not heard of brides destroying their dresses after weddings.. that is TERRIBLE! My gosh, if nothing else they could give it away to others who may not be able to afford a beautiful dress. Wow, that's so wasteful.. and yes, I so agree... so much could be done with the beautiful fabric for sure. What is wrong with people these days?? LOL! Anyway, you are welcome for me visiting your hub.. I really enjoyed it and plan to visit more :)

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        Jamie Brock, When is see all the brides that destory their wedding dress after the wedding because that is the thing to do just makes me sad so much they could do with that beautiful fabric. Thank you so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

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        Jamie Brock 

        5 years ago from Texas

        What a beautiful selection of tree skirts you have shared here.... LOVE them! Especially love the idea of using an old wedding dress to make a tree skirt. How beautiful is that?! Voting up.. thank you so much for sharing :)

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        DMVmimay, Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment and a thumbs up. I appreciate it and glad you like it.

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        DMVmimay 

        5 years ago

        very cool stuff! super creative.. like it so much! thumbs up (y)

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        moonlake 

        5 years ago from America

        RTalloni, Thank you glad you enjoyed the hub. That is true they could be applied to any project. So glad you stopped by and left a comment.

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        RTalloni 

        5 years ago from the short journey

        Such beautiful examples you have here! Your tips are great and the tutorials would be worth going through for reasons beyond making a tree skirt. These tree skirts have details and techniques that could be applied to other projects.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        KoffeeKlatch Gals, Thank you I'm glad you liked it. If I made another one I would make the muslin one I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by and for votes.

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        Susan Hazelton 

        6 years ago from Sunny Florida

        moonlake, what wonderful tree skirts. Each one is unique and beautiful. You have given me many ideas for my own tree. I especially love the last skirt, the one under your tree. Up and awesome.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        Athlyn Green, That second tree skirts seems to be the favorite. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the vote.

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        Athlyn Green 

        6 years ago from West Kootenays

        That second tree skirt is particularly fetching but all the tree skirts complete the Christmas trees. Voted up.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        techygram,

        Your welcome so glad you liked the hub. Thanks, for stopping by.

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        Cynthia 

        6 years ago from Vancouver Island, Canada

        What a beautiful gallery of different designs... I love these hub tutorials too... thanks so much!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        mary615,

        You are so right they are easy to make. You don't have to sew to make them.

        Thanks, for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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        Mary Hyatt 

        6 years ago from Florida

        Good Hub! I wouldn't spend big bucks for a tree skirt, when they are so easy to make.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        Alastar Packer,

        Thanks for stopping by my hub and leaving a comment. I really like the fairy lady one also I think it would look good on any tree but I think kids would really like it.

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        Alastar Packer 

        6 years ago from North Carolina

        These are really attractive Christmas tree skirts moonlake. You know, I learn all kinds of cool things on the Hubs that I never really thought about before. The ruffled one's different and the fave(sssh-don't tell anyone) is the fairy lady with the Gingerbread men.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        Gypsy Rose Lee,

        Thank you, for stopping by. I was looking at skirts yesterday in the stores there are some pretty ones to buy but so expensive. I like homemade the best.

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        Gypsy Rose Lee 

        6 years ago from Riga, Latvia

        Very useful and informative hub. I've had a hand-made Christmas tree skirt for many years now. It just makes the tree look so decorative.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        SusieQ42,

        That works to use a quilt. Before tree skirts we use to use like a cotton batting around the tree. I think they still sell it.

        Thanks for stopping by.

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        SusieQ42 

        6 years ago

        Interesting hub! I started a quilt (red, white and green) and never got around to finishing it. I use it now for my tree skirt. Thanks for the info.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        Movie Master,

        Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. We use tree skirts here all the time. I don't think I have ever seen anyone's tree that didn't have a skirt on it.

        Thanks so much for the vote.

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        Movie Master 

        6 years ago from United Kingdom

        A tree skirt, this is completely new to me, I have never even seen one.

        Lots of ideas here for making one, voting up and I just hope I will have time to make one!

      • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        Peggy W

        Thank you for stopping by. We have also had a smaller tree the last few years. I still have my skirt and keep hoping we will have a larger tree again. I'm not real crazy about the smaller tree. Thank you for the vote.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        writer20

        Thanks for stopping by. Glad you liked the skirts and thanks for the vote.

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        Peggy Woods 

        6 years ago from Houston, Texas

        Since we no longer have a big Christmas tree we will probably never be in need of this advice...but I love it just the same! Such great ideas and they are pretty depending upon one's décor. Voted up, useful and interesting.

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        Joyce Haragsim 

        6 years ago from Southern Nevada

        Great good ideas for Christmas skirt which I already have. Vote your good hub up and useful interesting.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        lady rain,

        Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, glad you liked the ideas.

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        moonlake 

        6 years ago from America

        instantlyfamily,

        Thanks for stopping by and leaving comment.

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        lady rain 

        6 years ago from Australia

        This is what I need to make for my Christmas tree this year. Thank you for the great idea!

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        instantlyfamily 

        6 years ago

        BEAUTIFUL!

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