With the Lone Star Tree Skirt Sew Along kicking off officially next Monday, today is a great day to talk about selecting your fabrics for the tree skirt. In the video I shared my fabric pull for my tree skirt as well as thoughts about lone star fabric choices based on other lone stars I’ve made.
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If you haven’t done it yet, purchase your pattern here. I neglected to mention in the video that the pattern includes a coloring page. Use it to help you plan your lone star.
I chose a traditional color scheme with some black and white thrown in for my tree skirt. All the fabrics I have are half yard cuts so I can move them around and see what order I like best. At this point my tree skirt will feature the prints you see above, with the red mistletoe print as background and the others for the star.
I hope you’re having a great time choosing your fabrics. We’ve got one more week before we cut and sew. Tag your posts with #hopefulhomemaker and #lonestartreeskirt on social media so we can all follow along.
I created a Lone Star Tree Skirt Sew Along page for your convenience, where you will find links to every post. I’ll see you back here next week to start things off!
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