Poinsettia Christmas Tree Skirt

Poinsettia Christmas Tree Skirt

Poinsettia Christmas Tree Skirt
Poinsettia Christmas Tree Skirt

"Each year our Christmas tree is decorated with a wide variety of ornaments. Many of these ornaments are handmade by my kiddos (these are my favorite) and gifts from friends. Others are store bought and remind us of places we've visited. My favorites of the collection have always been the handmade ones. Because we have such a variety of ornaments, I've always chosen a neutral accent color for ribbons and a Christmas tree skirt.  My first poinsettia design was a pillow, followed by a Christmas stocking. For each of these designs I used Lion Brand Fishermans Wool in the color Oatmeal. I found this to be the perfect color to add to our Christmas decor so it was only natural to use it for the Christmas tree skirt as well."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size56" diameter

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Im not sure Ill work up the Christmas Tree skirt, but I am absolutely saving those poinsettias. They are perfect as package decorations and can be worked up in whichever color you choose. You can even find matching jingle bells this time of year. I also like using big poinsettias as tree decorations since I can tuck them back near the trunk as fillers.

How elegant and lovely, and just classy! I understand why she decided to go with this icy neutrals in making her color choices for this tree skirt. If you wanted, you could change up the entire look of this tree skirt by just switching your colors. Make a traditional green skirt with traditional red poinsettieas if that is your thing!

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