SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- 3/4 yd of 5 different cotton fabrics
- 1½ yd of fabric for base
- 1 pkg Warm & Natural® batting
- Hot glue gun & glue sticks
- Paper for patterns
- Sewing machine
- Basic sewing supplies
- Iron & ironing surface
Paper – cut 12", 10", 8", 7" and 5" circles for patterns
Fabric – cut a front and back of your color choice
Shown skirt is:
Five 12" circles
Seven 10" circles
Eight 8" circles
Seven 7" circles
Three 5" circles
Base fabric – cut two 27" circles
Warm & Natural® batting – cut one for each size circle and one 27" circle for base
1. With two right sides together, place a corresponding batting circle on wrong side of one and stitch using 1/4" seam allowance. Leave an opening for turning.
2. Trim batting close to stitching and clip seam.
3. Turn right side out, press and hot glue or sew opening closed.
4. Set aside and repeat with remaining circles.
5. For base, fold circle into fourths and cut a 4" circle from center. Open and cut from one edge straight into center circle.
6. With two right sides together, place batting on wrong side and stitch using 1/4" seam allowance. Leave an opening in the straight side for turning.
7. Trim batting close to stitching and clip corners and seams.
8. Turn right side out, press and hot glue or sew opening closed.
9. Arrange circles on base, overlapping and stacking as desired.
10. Hot glue or tack edges where needed.
Finished size: Tree skirt measures about 44"