So you’ve seen the kids’ candy colored Christmas tree, it’s time for the quick tutorial on how to make a scalloped felt tree skirt! I chose felt because it’s a cozy fabric used so often during this season. I used small pieces of 9”x 12” felt found at Michaels stores in bold teal and crisp white for contrast.
Here’s the quick step-by-step on how to make a felt scalloped tree skirt!
What you’ll need: small sheets of felt (I used the inexpensive 9” x 12” ones from Michaels) in varying colors, 34 of first color, 25 of second color; scissors, thread, small bowl for measuring your first scallop template, sewing machine, 54” piece of cotton fabric (not shown).
Fold the felt in quarters and use a small bowl (no more than 4 ½ inches in diameter) to form the shape. Allow extra room above the midway point for layering scallops on the skirt. Hello favorite crème brûlée ramekin – you are perfect for this project!