Are you looking forward to quilting this holiday season? Bring your creative side to action by designing a beautiful Christmas quilt! It looks lovely on your bed, sofa or wall and can be made in a variety of patterns. What’s more? It offers you an excellent opportunity to recycle. The below pictures and tutorials act would guide you in your efforts.
Since this Christmas quilt is made out of big blocks, it doesn’t take long to assemble. The squares also look pretty sharp.
Random leftover green fabrics from previous projects can be put to good use by making this quilt. It can be sewn pretty fast.
The combination of red and white makes this quilt perfect for the holidays, Valentine’s Day or even the 4th of July!
This beautiful quilt wall hanging features rows of houses and trees, each different from the others in the neighborhood where the snow is falling gently.
This simple pattern is made using charm packs! Beautiful x-mas trees with a co-coordinating border are the highlights of this pattern.
This colorful Christmas baubles quilt pattern would look beautiful on the bed or the wall. The mini quilt employs an 8-at-a-time method for creating the half-square triangles used in the design.
The dotted pattern of this quilt spells festive spirit. The block that you see here is a paper pieced Santa gnome quilt square.
The tiny prints give this quilt a vintage look. The small size makes it suitable for use as a table centerpiece. You could also hang it on a wall.
This rag quilt looks soft and snuggly. It is sewn by machine and can be a great holiday project. It is suited for advanced quilters.
This primitive merry Christmas log cabin star quilt is made using speed piecing techniques. The light fabric along the borders blends with the angel fabric that is used at the center of the snowball quilt blocks.
The different colors used in making this quilt go a long way in relaxing your mood. The fun fabrics lend the quilt a vintage flair.
Now that you have a collection of patterns in your kitty, you are ready to plunge right into quilting. Indulge in the yuletide spirit as you quilt and it would make you happy. We are sure that the finished quilt would look great in your home. Your loved ones would also love to receive a Christmas quilt as a gift.
Published on May 8th 2021 by Peyton Derrida