Christmas tree skirt sewing inspiration!


I simply have to inspire you to get ready for Christmas by showing you some of the ah-mazing quilted Christmas tree skirts that people are sewing up after watching my online video class. Check these out:

Amy Smart (of Diary of a Quilter) is working on a tree skirt with gold and white fabrics. It’s not quilted yet but it’s already gorgeous!!! I can’t wait to see it when she’s finished.

Becky (who blogs at Patchwork Posse) finished her tree skirt in a lovely primitive palette. It’s perfect for a mountain cabin Christmas! I live in Florida, but I can dream, right?

Heather (from the Sewing Loft) decided to make a table topper version by reducing the size of the star blade template. Now I totally have to do this for my holiday table! See how she did it here.

But that’s not the smallest one I’ve seen… Heidi (of Fabricmutt) stitched up this tiny one. I LOVE it!!!


Damjana (who blogs at Apple Green Cottage) whipped up this lovely modern Christmas tree skirt in reds and pinks. I can just see this with a beautiful white flocked tree. ❤️


But that’s not all… This tree skirt sewn by class member kfly24 blows me away. It’s simply breathtaking!

I can’t help it… I love all of the student tree skirts. It’s so much fun to see a new one show up every few days. My Quilted Tree Skirt video class is so fast and easy, It uses a jelly roll of fabric so you can get right down to sewing first thing – yay! You still have PLENTY of time to get this done before Christmas.

And make sure you post a picture to the class member project page because it makes me so happy to look.

So, what have you been sewing up this week? Did you make something with one of my free sewing tutorials or patterns? I would love to see! Tag me on Instagram @sewcanshe.



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