Puffy Quilt Tree Skirt

by JOANN |

Item # 312361226P711
Puffy Quilt Tree Skirt is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Intermediate Varies

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 1/3 yd Cotton Print (for Blocks) (9)
  • 1 1/2 yd Cotton Print for (Blocks, Bias Binding and Ties)
  • 2 1/4 yd Muslin (for Block Lining)
  • 54" Fabric Square (for Backing)
  • 12oz Bag Polyester Fiberfill
  • Template Plastic
  • Quilters Curved Safety Pins
  • Rotary Cutter, Ruler & Mat
  • Basic Sewing Supplies
  • Iron And Pressing Surface
  • Sewing Machine

DIRECTIONS:

To print the diagram, click on the "GET PATTERNS" tab above.
NOTE: Read all instructions before cutting and sewing. Note: Sew with 1/4" seam unless indicated.

  1. Using diagrams, make templates for 5 lining blocks and 5 fabric blocks.
  2. From muslin, cut 16 of each size of the 5 lining b©locks.
  3. Alternating the cotton prints, cut 16 of each size of the fabric blocks.
  4. Match up a #1 lining and a #1 fabric block. Lay the fabric block right side up on top of the lining, matching the top right corners.
  5. Using a 1/4" seam, start to sew along the right edge.
  6. When you are about a quarter of the way down, stop and match the bottom right corner.
  7. Pinch up excess fabric into a pleat close to the middle.
  8. Hold or pin down the pleat and carefully sew over it.
  9. Sew to the end and then repeat with the next side.
  10. Stitch 3 sides of each block.
  11. Lightly stuff a small amount of polyfill into the block and stitch the last side together.
  12. Repeat with blocks #2, 3, 4, and 5.
  13. When finished you will have a total of 80 blocks, 16 of each size.
  14. Set blocks into 16 rows of #1 through #5.
  15. When you've found the arrangement that looks best to you, sew the blocks into rows as shown in Diagram A.
  16. Join rows 1 through 16.
  17. Lay 54" square right side down on a flat surface.
  18. Place tree skirt on top and pin in place, keeping opening close together.
  19. Use lots of pins to hold in place.
  20. Stitch in the ditch between rows to secure.
  21. Trim all around skirt.
  22. From the remainder of the 1 1/2 yd piece of fabric, cut enough 2 1/2" strips on the bias to total approximately 250".
  23. Sew together into a long strip and bind all around edges of tree skirt.
  24. From same fabric, cut 6 strips of 2" x 16" length.
  25. Fold in half lengthwise, press and fold edges towards center again.
  26. Topstitch strips.
  27. Sew to straight edges of skirt to make 3 sets of ties to close opening.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Found the pattern After A LOT of searching, I found the pattern. In the JOANN app, within the Christmas tree skirt project then click under the “”get pattern“, I got a download option. It is 9 pages. It did not work from the email for me. I have made this type of tree skirt in the past, but not with individual puffy blocks, so I appreciate this pattern.
Date published: 2023-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Well, unfortunately, I never was able to download this pattern because the website didn't work correctly. Beware with Joanne Patterns, frequently if you have to enlarge their patterns,you will not be able to get them to the correct dimensions. That's a shame because it would be nice to succeed in making your project especially for a beginner who might just not ever try again. Would I recommend Joannes to a friend? For their Merchandise, yes, For their project patterns - Use with caution.⚠️ I rated the quality and value of this product at one star because I could not download the pattern.
Date published: 2023-11-14
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