Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Christmas Tree Skirt Round Up

It's time for the Christmas Tree Skirt Party!



I hope you are ready to share your favorite Christmas Tree Skirts!  I plan on sharing mine!  You will notice that the Christmas Tree above has no skirt because it is looking for a really beautiful one to wear. (That's the best I can come up with to explain why after many attempts I couldn't get one drawn to look the way I wanted it to. LOL)  If you are new to my blog let me say WELCOME!  I hope you will take a look around and get to know me a little better.  You may want to check out the Christmas Stocking Hang Out that I had last December.  There are a number of post following that one on Christmas Stockings.  This year the focus has been on Christmas Tree Skirts.  If you need one for this year you may be a little late getting started but you could check out my directions for making a Hexagonal Christmas Tree Skirt HERE.  I also share My Favorite Tree Skirt here.

I did manage to create my own little button to share, finally.  (I won't tell you how many hours that feat took. I did have some readers that offered to help me but it was something that I really needed to learn to do for myself.)  Please grab it for you blog or share it on your favorite social media site so we can have more people come to the party!


There will be some PRIZES given to some of those who enter.  I'll let random.org pick the WINNERS on December 26.  What will the prizes be?  I'll put up pictures in another post  (Click here to see themso this one won't be too long. Those who add LINKS to their Tree Skirts will be in one drawing for prizes and those who leave COMMENTS will be in another drawing.  

Please link up below and share with all your fellow quilters and sewing enthusiasts what you have made to Deck the Halls under your Christmas Tree!



GIVEAWAY CLOSED
1- Leave a comment about the Christmas Tree Skirt Round Up here to be in drawings for the Goodies.  

2- Extra chances go to my Followers, new or old, leave another comment if you are one.

3- Linky Participants get their own drawing. 

4+ - Those who spread the word about the Hang Out on their blog, Facebook, Google +  or Twitter etc. can leave a comment on what they did.

Make sure you leave your email contact if you are a no reply blogger.

Linking with: Freemotion by the River

62 comments:

  1. Good luck with the party. Alas this will be yet another year when our Christmas trees remain skirtless!

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  2. I love tree skirts. A few years ago I made tree skirts for everyone but myself and now I have lost the pattern so I am going to try yours but after Christmas. Thanks for the great Giveaway and hope you have a Great Party

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  3. I made a lovely Christmas Tree skirt years ago. It was poofy and scrappy and the ex took it in the Divorce....haha I still have some fabric from it though. Hopefully he passes it on to one of the daughters. Which give me a lovely idea maybe it is high time all of the daughters received a Christmas tree skirt.

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  4. Just went and checked out the great tutorial for the tree skirt....gotta make one! Each year I tell myself (as I wrap a white sheet around the stand) that I just HAVE to make something pretty! LOL

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  5. I am looking forward to seeing these. I need to make 2 more tree skirts for 2 of my kids and am out of ideas.

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  6. What a great idea, I can't wait to see them.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  7. I follow you via email.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  8. I follow you vis email. Love your post.

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  9. I posted my tree skirt that I just finished. I hope I did it right.

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  10. I'm a follower! Can't wait to see all the skirt!

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  11. I need to take some photos of my Christmas Tree Skirt - and post them. Great Idea - love to see what unique tree skirts are out there!

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  12. I have never had a Christmas tree skirt when growing up. My mom always used a bed sheet draped around the base and that's always been my tradition. I think it's time to change that tradition. I'm not as much into decorating now that I'm alone and think I might try to make one for my brother for an early Christmas next year. I'm a follower.

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  13. The tree skirts that have been posted to date are great. I love the red star and the story behind it is phenomenal. I love the non-traditional Christmas prints used in the other star skirt. Thanks for sponsoring the round-up. As always, you are very generous with your giveaway, too.

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  14. What a great idea and tons of fun! I linked up my mini skirt, no quite as impressive as the others.

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  15. I'm following now that I've found you!

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  16. I linked up in my blog, hopefully others will join the fun!

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  17. Such beautiful tree skirts! Makes me want to make some of my own!!! Maybe Christmas gifts for next year - thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  18. What a great idea Patricia!! I made a tree skirt last year and have put up a link to it. I think I will do a post tomorrow about it with a link to your Christimas tree skirt roundup! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  19. My youngest sister put in a request for a tree skirt 2-3 years ago. I will be watching the links to get ideas and maybe even get a early start for next year.

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  20. Pat, I've been following with GFC.

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  21. I started one a few weeks ago. The tree is up but the new tree skirt is" still under construction". I hope I get to join the party before the 24th.

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  22. I follow via Bloglovin'. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. Wish I was a participant in this linky party. I have had a tree skirt on my bucket list for two years yet! Maybe I'll still have time for one this year.

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  24. I blogged about the giveaway today at:
    http://www.new2quilting.blogspot.com/2013/12/fnsi-results-december-2013.html

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  25. Making a tree skirt is on my never ending to do list. :) I hope to have one made by next year. I have been looking at patterns, but just haven't found "the one" yet. Maybe I will spot one here! Merry Christmas!
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  26. I wish I knew how to post pictures here, I made 3 Tree skirts this year, one for each of my kids and their families.

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  27. I am a follower on bloglovin.
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  28. I really love the use of non-traditional colors - now I'm inspired to make one for next year.
    dana.cargill@gmail.com

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  29. Hey Patricia! New follower on bloglovin!

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  30. Fun linky party for tree skirts. I just added my tree skirt to the linky that I gave to my daughter.

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  31. What a fun "party". Now I am inspired to make one for next year.

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  32. I follow your blog via email. Thanks for your inspiration.

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  33. What a fun "party". Now I am inspired to make one for next year.

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  34. HAPPY TO FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  35. Hi, entered # 7 as my Christmas Tree Skirt Round Up !
    This is a FUN LINKY!
    Thanks for sharing!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS !

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  36. Great tree skirt party' Lots of pretty tree skirts. Jackie

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  37. I think all the tree skirts which are posted now are great. I am kinda drawn to the one by patchouli moon, I have always loved applique.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  38. I am a follower through bloglovin'. Denise

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  39. I love all the different tree skirts. What interesting and inventive ideas. Thanks for the giveaway. Have a wonderful holiday. Denise

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  40. I need to make one but am busy making Christmas gifts

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  41. I am a follower. Love this giveaway! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  42. Love all the creative ideas for tree skirts. Ah! Another project to put on my todo list.
    Barb@Witsend

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  43. I love tree skirts and every year say I am going to make one but I don't. All these are beautiful.
    mabear29@ymail.com

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  44. Some how making things for me comes at the bottom of the list! This year we will have the same old satin tree skirt. Maybe next year........

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  45. I follow on bloglovin. Merry Christmas!

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  46. I like all the Tree Skirts that have been posted. I'm going to try to make one for next year. I've just started to quilt, so keep your fingers crossed. Thanks for the giveaway. katztoo1(at)frontier(dot)com

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  47. I follow you on Bloglovin and email. katztoo1(at)frontier(dot)com

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  48. Wish I knew how to upload a picture of the great tree skirt my daughter gave me. Jackie

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  49. I also shared on FB. katztoo1(at)frontier(dot)com

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  50. I have enjoyed following you and am definitely going to try making a tree skirt for next Christmas, there is some great inspiration here. Merry Christmas!

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  51. Such an awesome idea. Love the skirts everyone made, esp. love the star on Merrilee's tree skirt.

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