The holiday season is upon us so let’s take a look at some free quilt patterns for Christmas projects! In order to prepare to spread Christmas cheer, these Christmas projects are perfect for this time of year. There are patterns ranging from Santa Claus, snowmen and candyland – so you’re sure to find something you love! In addition, we included quilt patterns for everyone from novice quilters to experienced quilt makers.
One of the best ways to keep your mind off of all those other things going on in family life during the winter months is by getting creative with your sewing machine or needle and thread. Quilting has become popular as a hobby among people who enjoy crafts and sewing because it combines design with practicality. Quilts can be made quickly but also last forever – which makes them an ideal gift for family and friends during the holidays. The following seven free quilt patterns for Christmas are completely free to download and make!
Traditional Christmas Stocking Free Quit Pattern
A traditional Christmas stocking is a festive addition to any home during the holiday season. This free quilt pattern will help you make a stocking that is 10″ wide and 15″ long, perfect for hanging on the mantel or storing in a closet. The pattern of these stockings is a Nordic design, making it a quick and easy project that even beginning quilters can complete. You can even customize it to add personalized names. One of our favorite Free Quilt Patterns for Christmas. You can download and get complete details of this free stocking quilt pattern here.
Latin Stars Throw Quilt Pattern
A blue winter star quilt with a Prairie Star Block on Board is the perfect way to get in the Christmas A larger quilt design and is a beautiful blue winter star quilt with a Prairie Star Block on Board is the perfect way to get in the Christmas spirit! I did the star design this year instead of the traditional quilt snowflake quilt pattern and was very happy with the results. I loved the way the light blue fabric with white accenting stars turned out. This quilt is easy to make and can be completed in a weekend by an experienced quilter and can spread holiday joy for the entire season. The finished quilt measures approximately 71″ x 71″. The free quilt throw pattern can be found here.
Aloha Stars Wall Hanging Pattern
One of my favorite winter projects for my family. This Aloha wall hanging is sure to brighten your mood all through the holiday season and have you thinking of sunny skies and warm weather coming up around the corner. The traditional holiday colors with the beautiful flower designs is just perfect for our house. Finished quilt design is 34″ x 34″. The free download quilt image can be located here.
Candyland Throw Free Quilt Pattern
I just finished this quilt earlier this year and loved the way it looked. I am using it as a gift for my dear friend but seriously thought about keeping it as I loved the colors and design. The finished quilt measures 55 1/2″ x 75 1/2″ and the instructions and free Christmas quilt pattern and image download can be found here.
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Make sure you have an adequate work and sewing space for this quilt project. It is designed for an intermediate quilter and allow yourself some time to finish this project that is sure to warm up your house.
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Mitten Oven Mitt Pattern
The best part about this project is that you can make it with your kids. This will be a great activity idea to do while watching Christmas movies or listening to Christmas tunes. You’ll need a variety of different colors of fabric, so you might want to take your kiddos with you when you go shopping for supplies. You can also improvise and use fabric scraps to make this design. If you have lot of fabric scraps, see our complete guide of How to Make Your Own Quilt with Fabric Scraps.
I made this with my Grand kids when they stayed the weekend with me a few weeks back and they loved it (of course they probably loved the cookies we used the mitt for even more in our house). With a little bit of creativity and just a few hours, you could have a one-of-a-kind oven mitt that will last a lifetime. Complete instructions on this patchwork quilt design and download is located here.
Felt Christmas Ornaments Pattern
These little felt ornaments were just too cute and easy to make to not include them on my list. Again, if you are looking for a quick and easy project option to do with the kids, here it is. They will love making these whimsical Christmas ornaments and they will provide you with a lifetime of memories to cherish. They are easy to make in no time and is fun for the whole family. Grab the free designs and image here.
Santa Block Wall Hanging Pattern
I love how this traditional Santa turned out. With classic colors and the block style, this quilted wall hanging Kris Kringle just screams Christmas and makes a great gift idea for any friends or family member (or keep it for your house). The finished quilt hanging design is 19″ x 22″ and is sure to go with all of your holiday decorations. We hang ours by the stockings and love how the fabric turned out. Complete details and download is located here.
Wrapping Up Our Free Quilt Patterns for Christmas
Quilts are a great way to show your love and appreciation for your friends and family during the Christmas season. Whether you make the quilt as a gift or for yourself, free quilt patterns can help give you inspiration when it comes to designing something special.
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The seven quilt designs we’ve provided here range from traditional winter themes like snowmen and Santa Claus to more modern takes on holiday classics with Latin Stars Throw Quilt Pattern and Candyland Throw Free Quilt Pattern. You don’t need a lot or in some cases any prior experience in sewing, just an idea of what kind of style you’re looking for! We hope that these options will inspire your creativity this year so that no matter who is receiving your thoughtful gesture, they know how much they mean to you. Happy holidays!