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Hi everyone! I have another new Christmas pattern for you today! I’m calling this one my Christmasville Tree Skirt, isn’t it so cute? I love everything about this, but mostly I love that it’s super easy and you can make it in just an afternoon!



This pattern is 100% pieced and is super  scrap friendly! For this project I used a mix of my Sweetwater Christmas fabrics, but mostly the Overnight Delivery line.

I did some fun swirl quilting on it as well because it made me feel like swirling snowflakes. It was super easy too! I highly encourage you to quilt your own projects. I think it makes it just that much more special Smile I have free motion and straight line quilting tutorials you can check out too!



And don’t be afraid of the circle shape! This is pieced like a normal quilt top, then cut to create the tree skirt shape. It’s super easy to do and the result is amazing!



I chose this fun Sweetwater gingham red for the binding. Isn’t it so fun!?



And then I did a little embroidery for the chimney smoke just to give it a little bit extra.



I hope you enjoy this pattern! Make sure to tag me on Facebook or Instagram or send me a pic if you make it so I can see!

Get your Christmasville Tree Skirt pattern here!


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