Questions and answers

What is the standard size for a Christmas tree skirt?

What is the standard size for a Christmas tree skirt?

The Popular 52” Tree Skirt This is our standard, most popular size tree skirt because it generally works for trees from 6′ tall to 8′ tall. We recommend measuring the width of the lowest branches of your Christmas tree, and adding 4-6” to determine the appropriate tree skirt size.

How do you tie a blanket around a tree skirt?

Start with a standard size throw blanket. Fold the blanket evenly into quarters. In the center, cut a circle just large enough to fit the tree trunk (if you’re using an artificial tree that won’t need to be watered or an inch and a half larger for a real tree). Cut across line shown to wrap around the base of the tree.

How much fabric do I need for a Christmas tree skirt?

A simple tree skirt with a 72” diameter can be made from four yards of 45” fabric. Broadcloth, brocade, velour, fleece, and other fabrics can be used. Fold the four yard length and cut it in half. Sew the two pieces together with a 36” long seam on side.

What can I use for a Christmas tree skirt?

DIY Budget-Friendly Alternatives to the Traditional Christmas…

  • Live Root Ball. Cut the fabric of choice into a square large enough to wrap around your tree skirt.
  • Deco Mesh Wreath. Grab a friend and make this festive deco mesh wreath to use as an alternative to a tree skirt.
  • Faux Fur Blanket.
  • Gift Box.

What size tree skirt should I get for a 7 foot tree?

56″ is best for larger artificial trees, 9′ and higher. Live trees 7.5′ and higher can use a 56″ tree skirt if the tree stand is large in size as well. 48″ is great for 7.5′ Christmas trees. 42″ – 48″ are ideal for 4.5′ – 6.5′ trees.

How do you measure for a Christmas skirt?

Determine the ideal size range of the skirt. Measure the diameter of your Christmas tree stand. Then measure the diameter of your tree from the tips of its outer branches. Your Christmas tree skirt should be larger than the diameter of your stand, but smaller than the diameter of the outer branches of your tree.

How do you know what size skirt to get?

To determine your size, measure the circumference of your middle just above the highest point of your hip bone or wherever you want the elastic waistband of the skirt to rest. Using that measurement, find the size that is closest to your measurement.