More Great Christmas Quilting Projects to Start Now
Each of these free Christmas quilt patterns is easy to adapt to a different type of project. Select one square or motif (and adjust the size on a copier if need be), and make a throw pillow, mug rug, table mat or mini wall hanging. Put several squares together and make a table runner. Or, adapt any of them into a full sized quilt. Or mix them up. The paper pieced snowflake would look great alternated with appliqued mittens (using coordinated fabrics, of course!).
Cookie Plate Crumb Catcher
Julie at The Crafty Quilter provides this tutorial for a charming mini quilt that can be used under that plate of cookies for Santa. This project has many other uses over the holidays, as well. Hang it on a wall, use it in the center of the table, place it on top of a basket of rolls to keep them warm … well, you’re sure to think up a number of ways to display this charming piece!
Winter Wishes Quilt
This pieced and appliqued quilt by Project House 360 for RJR Fabrics is 45″ x 45″ and would make a beautiful contribution to your Christmas decor. Its playful mood seems just right for family holidays!
Mini Christmas Tree Quilt
This lovely paper pieced mini quilt by Debra at Clutter Bug Designs can hang on a wall or be given as a gift. The finished quilt is 16″ x 11″ and is a good way to use up some of those scraps!
This quilt block from Sewing Under the Rainbow is also paper pieced. The finished block is 12″ x 12″ and can, among other things, be made into a wall hanging, a throw pillow or used as a square in a sampler quilt.
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