Brighten Your Home with Quilted Holiday Decor

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Choose One or More of 21 Whimsical Projects!

There’s something so warm and welcoming about having your home dressed up for the holidays. It’s also the time to have fun and display light and cheerful wonders that delight kids from 1 to 101. These festive quilted projects are perfect and sure to bring a smile to everyone who sees them.

Crayon colors and polka dots, along with cute Santas, Snowmen and other holiday characters sparkle with Christmas cheer. Choose between tree ornaments, mug rugs, pot holders, wall hangings, tea towels and more.

Jolly Christmas Ornaments Pattern

Whether you’re sewing for your home or for gifts, play with fabric styles and color combinations. We love the light and bright fabrics used in these projects but they’ll be wonderful in your style too.

Here’s a sampling of the 21 projects you’ll find in this delightful collection.

Joyful Mantel Scarf Pattern

Let's Be Jolly Mug Rugs Pattern

Jolly Ol' St. Nick Pillow Pattern

Owl be Home for Christmas Wall Hanging Pattern

Holidaze Tea Towels Pattern

The Festive Forest Pattern

Happy Holidaze Sampler Quilt Pattern

You’ll find patterns for all these projects and more, designed by Chris Malone, in Christmas All Through The House.

Click here to purchase Christmas All Through The House.





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