Enjoy looking through the free Christmas quilt patterns below. The patterns include a range of quilting techniques as well as projects to do. I have included a selection of beautifully festive Christmas stockings, a tree wrap and table topper, wall quilts and more.
At the bottom of the page is my simple Christmas Calendar pattern complete with a photo of the bags that were filled with chocolate! Have fun!
|Pattern courtesy of Red Rooster. Chloes Xmas Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Moda. 12 Days of Christmas Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Moda. Flurry Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Andover. Holiday Joy Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Northcott. Holidays Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Moda. Jovial Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Moda. Making New Friends Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Northcott. Sheri Berry Holiday Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Snowman in the Window Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Tis The Season Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Hoffman. Yule Wrap Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Hoffman. Snowglobes Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Maywood. Pinwheels Stocking Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Maywood. Star Flakes Stocking Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Maywood. Windows Stocking Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Hoffman. Tree Pot Holders Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Moda. Dear Mr Claus Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Red Rooster. The Christmas Quilt Pattern.|
My Simple Christmas Calendar
Children love Christmas and all that it brings. When my children were small (more than 25years ago) I made a patchwork and cross-stitch advent calendar where I filled 24 individual bags with chocolates! These were ribbon tied and attached to the wall quilt using Velcro. I also made large Santa sacks with each having a different cross stitch design at the top. They very quickly became a family tradition. Now my grand daughters enjoy them!
In the picture on the left I have reproduced my Christmas calendar in EQ7.
* The white border was made using a solid strip of Velcro, so that my children could place the chocolate filled bags on it with ease and in any creative style they liked.
* The center panel was a cross-stitched panel but you can use anything you like eg, Christmas panel, Christmas fabric, embroidery etc
* I made 24 individual Christmas bags that were each embroidered with a number from 1 to 24. Each bag measured 4" x 5 1/2". I sewed on a wee square of Velcro onto the back of each bag as can be seen in the photo. The ribbon was placed under the Velcro square first. The zip-lock plastic bag was used to ensure my fabric bags stayed chocolate free!
At the beginning of each day in December the children took it in turns to open the appropriate bag and give out the chocolates! They enjoyed it immensely and so did my husband and I.
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