The 2015 tree skirts are ready!
I’m back with the same fabulous premium jute! Think traditional burlap but with a longer fiber and tighter weave. It’s the fabulous earthy vibe of burlap with the richness of heavy natural linen. Definitely swoon worthy! AND so many choices of banding and buttons – to make it all yours.
And YES, 3 sizes. With skirts, it’s all about the fit. Right, ladies? The standard skirt measures a generous 54-inches in diameter with 7 large covered button and is $79. The XL tree skirt, is a whopping 66-inches in diameter — yes, that’s 5 1/2 feet across — and sports 9 large covered buttons, and is $109. And the newest kid on the block, is exactly that, the baby tree skirt. This baby is 30-inches across, with five large covered buttons, perfectly sized for a slim pencil tree or table top tree, and is $42.
The decorative overlay is stitched in place with a hemmed opening down the back.
Start with 5 choices of 3/4 inch banding:
Sophisticated, Rich, Classic Black Wool
Thick and Fresh White Crinkle “Corduroy” (no nap like traditional corduroy — reminds me of snow drifts)
Festive, Timeless Red Linen-Look
Forest Green Linen Look
Deep Chocolate Linen Look
Then pick your buttons.
Not pictured above, but in many shots below: Black & White & Red
If you are ordering with, or already own South House stockings, I will make your buttons in those fabrics. If you prefer or are interested in a tree skirt ala carte, you can specify your choice of colors using this picture as your reference. Note the pictures shown are just representative. Your actual buttons may vary a bit.
And new enhancement this year: buttons will be attached with button cotters on the back. This will help save those intriguing buttons from curious pets and toddlers (and protect the little ones). This does not damage the jute as the button shank wedges down between the fibers and does not break them.
So to help you envision SOME of the combination options, I’ve prepared this colorful buffet:
To Recap, your banding options:
So if you’re swooning and ready to order, hop right on over to here for the standard size, 54-inch diameter, tree skirt; or here for the XL super-sized tree skirt, OR here for the newest member of my tree skirt family, the sweet, slim pencil skirt, 30-inch diameter, and I’m happy to make it happen for you.
If you have questions, ask away! I’m here to help.