Hip, Handmade Christmas Tree Skirt
Keep your Christmas tree grounded with school spirit and vintage flair this holiday season with a one-of-a-kind souvenir pennant tree skirt.
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Repeat Placement and Whip-Stitching
Working your way from one end of the circular formation to the other, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4, periodically checking to ensure stitching is tight, and that a clean, straight line is consistent from each pennant's thick end to the thin end.
Once every two pennants are stitched together, be sure to check for a straight overlapping edge before beginning the next two pennants (Images 1 and 2). Tip: Leave the edge of the final pennant unstitched to make sliding the skirt under the tree easy. This also allows for easier folding of the tree skirt when not in use.
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