So things have been a little quiet :) You know, it is just that time of year where I enjoy lots of family time with all things Christmas. I have squeaked in a little stitching here and there, but school is out soon, so there won't be much more going on until the new year. Which means, that Holiday Sale I spoke of at the end of November, will probably be a Ring In the New Year Sale now ;) So anyhow, I wanted to still share something . . . so for today, I thought why not share a little Christmas Quilting Round-Up with some of my favorite Holiday Projects from Years Past ;)
This is Ribbons and it is a fun lap size quilt made using a Jelly Roll Race technique. It is fantastic for a quick Christmas Quilt and there is a tutorial for it here ;)
We just love having our happy Monochromatic Stockings each year!! My tree matches with lots of happy bright ornaments, and truly, it all just makes me smile. I did a tutorial here for these stockings that would work in Festive Christmas Prints or Happy Monochromatic colors like mine. My kids just love that they are on the large side ;)
This O Christmas Trees lap size quilt was a fun improv project with just a tiny bit of paper piecing. It is a great way to introduce yourself to paper-piecing if you want to give it a try. And I had so much fun quilting this one ;) You can find a tutorial for it here.
This Christmas Traditions Advent Calendar is a throw back from quite a few years ago. My children still enjoy lifting the flaps and finding a special Christmas activity to do each day of the month. This was featured at the Moda Bake Shop and you can find the tutorial here ;)
I made up this adorable Hot Hot Chocolate Table runner a few years back and it now fits perfectly on my new kitchen counter. I just love it and I especially love when we have our Hot Chocolate Bar each year with all the toppings in little bowls on this runner. I made this as part of the Winter Wonderland Book tour that the mug block can be found in and the book can be found here.
Spinning or Spiraling was a Bee Block quilt from way back. I designed the block and then had my wonderful bee mates each make a block. It also happens to be made from my all time favorite Christmas fabric line, Countdown to Christmas by Sweetwater by Moda. I wish I could go back in time and stash a whole ton of it ;) There is a tutorial for this quilt here.
This Joyful Jelly Roll Tree Skirt was so much fun to make and then Barbara did her feather magic on the quilting!!! It has now found a Happy Home under Barbara's Christmas tree :) The design is by Fat Quarter Shop and the pattern can be found here.
Christmas Collection is another favorite, fun, fast quilt!!! I took all my favorite basic building blocks like 4 Patch, HST, QST, and a Solid block and mixed them all up to make a fun quilt that really shows off the Festive Prints. And it totally looks like a classic cheater print, love that!!! There is a Free Tutorial for this quilt here ;)
And last, but certainly not least, I made this Classic Christmas quilt a few years ago and love bringing it out each year. It is made with Christmas Figs and it combines basic patchwork stars with some simple patchwork block borders. It really does just have that classic Christmas feel ;) There is a Free Tutorial for this quilt here ;)
And that is my Christmas Quilting Round of years past :) I hope you found a project that you might like to add to your Christmas Project List for years to come ;)
Merry Christmas and I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting Weekend!!!
I am still using your pattern to make new stockings!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Everything you need for a beautiful heartfelt Christmas! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete