Holiday Quilt Projects
Deck your halls, walls, and beds with these merry holiday quilts. Whether you’re looking for a jolly decoration to last the season or a special quilt to wrap under the tree, we have everything on your wish list.
Here’s a wall quilt that’s destined to become a holiday tradition. The dimensional tree boughs are quilted before the top edges are stitched into the seams of the background squares. Then they are decked with cheery red pom-poms.
Fussy-cut a beautiful fabric to star in the center of gemlike quilt blocks. Choose a holiday print with metallic touches for a throw that really shines.
It Takes Two
A quick-to-piece, big-block quilt for the quilter on the go. Turquoise, red, and gray are a modern holiday color palette.
Tree Time Wall Quilt
Gather a variety of cool-tone solids for tree blocks, set the blocks side-by-side, and frame them with a narrow border to make a forest-inspired wall quilt.
Candy Cane Quilt
Compose this fresh red-and-white wall hanging with various cheerful prints and a simple Churn Dash block.
Spruce It Up Throw
Assemble an entire forest of these easy pine trees in no time. They’re simply pieced backgrounds topped with fusible appliqué.
Holiday Gifts Wall Hanging
For a merry wall hanging, top blocks with whimsical, machine-appliquéd bows.
Icy Blues Wall Hanging
Combine shades of blue, white, and gray to create a wintertime wall hanging that lasts well past the holiday season.
Gnome Sweet Gnome
Holiday Double Nine-Patch Quilt
Use holiday prints to give a classic Double Nine-Patch block seasonal flair.
Step away from traditional holiday color combinations with this bright, seasonal wall hanging. The fusible appliqué design comes together quickly, leaving you more time for festivities.
Holiday House-Block Throw
Use flirty holiday florals fabrics to construct a House-block quilt.
Stars and Tree Quilt
Sprinkle 25 pieced blocks—trees, stars, and bow ties—among festive setting squares to make a large throw.
Holiday Churn Dash
Give Churn Dash blocks a new look by stitching them in contemporary fabrics and setting them on point. You’ll love the fast-to-sew method used to make this traditional block.
Folk Art Floral Wreaths
With a casual folk art style, create a classic quilt with contemporary methods-fusible appliqué and machine-blanket-stitch.
Classic Two-Color Treasure
This vintage red-and-white quilt uses just two fabrics for the star blocks, background, and binding. Make the blocks using set-in seams, and showcase quilting stitches in the setting pieces.
Country Winter Ensemble
Simply sewn, strip-piecing brings this cozy bed-size quilt together quickly.