Nothing gets me into the holiday spirit more than some fun Christmas crafts. I love home decor, so any excuse I have to combine my love of crafting with my Christmas decorating ideas is a win in my book! A great DIY Christmas decoration that you can whip up in a hurry is a tree skirt. As far as sewing projects go there are some pretty easy ones out there, which makes it an accessible project for anyone with a needle and thread.
This Christmas, dress up your tree with a DIY tree skirt! Putting a handmade touch on your holidays is always a great way to make them more memorable, and you’ll love being able to use your tree skirt year after year. I’ve rounded up 12 of our best free patterns so you can be stitching up handmade Christmas decorations in a hurry. Pick your favorite free sewing pattern of the bunch and you’ll be on your way to having a tree skirt that’s exactly what you’re looking for!
Tiny DIY Tree Skirt – Perfect for those tabletop mini-trees!
Quilted DIY Tree Skirt – Use up your leftover scraps to create this quilted tree skirt.
Ruffled DIY Tree Skirt – This gorgeous tree skirt calls to mind images of baking Christmas cookies.
Simple DIY Tree Skirt – An easy sewing pattern that’s perfect for beginners.
Sweet and Chic Scalloped Tree Skirt – Spice things up with this sweet tree skirt!
Vintage DIY Christmas Tree Skirt – This vintage tree skirt will bring to mind memories of Christmases past.
Snow Fall Tree Skirt Tutorial – A pretty white tree skirt complements any Christmas decor scheme.
Hexagon Christmas Tree Skirt – Play with geometric patterns to create this DIY tree skirt!
Easy Ruched Christmas Tree Skirt – An elegant tree skirt that can easily add a pop of color to your tree.
Christmas Miracle Tree Skirt – Talk about a miracle – this easy tree skirt can be made in a matter of hours!
‘Tis the Season Christmas Tree Skirt – This colorful tree skirt uses a lot of different fabrics so you can use up your scraps.
Simply Patchwork Christmas Tree Skirt – Non-traditional colors make this DIY tree skirt a must.
Does your family buy real or faux Christmas trees?