Long before snowflakes fall, many quilters start planning their Christmas quilting projects—if only in their heads. From cutting fabric for quilted Christmas ornaments to researching tree skirt patterns, decking the halls—and the kitchen and dining room—with Christmas quilting and sewing designs is one of the signs of the holiday season.
Handmade Christmas decorations and décor instantly add a festive look to any room in the house. Christmas table runners perk up a plain tablecloth and fit easily on a buffet. A holiday-theme quilted fireplace screen adds coziness (and warms up a non-working fireplace). How about a Christmas tree skirt pattern to match? Kitchen prep and serving are made merrier with bright fabrics on easy-to-make holiday hot pads. And what’s more fun than creating handmade Christmas ornaments from strips of fabric scraps? Download all five Christmas quilting patterns now and start creating for the holidays today.
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From Christmas quilting projects to holiday table runners and beyond, check out the fun inspiration in this free eBook!
When you download this collection of free holiday ideas, you’ll find inspiration for so many of the upcoming events. Going to a gift or ornament exchange? Check out the ideas for a handmade Dreidel and handmade Christmas ornaments (including star, tree, snowflake and candy cane). How about festive fun for the home? We’ve got hot pad, fireplace screen, and tree skirt patterns, and a great Christmas table runner that can be adapted to any celebration. We hope you’ll enjoy each of these favorite designs!
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Holiday Décor Ensemble by Frieda Anderson
Frieda loves to decorate for the holidays, so it was a treat for her to design this quilted tree skirt pattern and matching fireplace screen for you. This Christmas tree skirt is something that you will use and treasure for years. Even though it is, Frieda designed it to stand up to the wear and tear of many presents under the tree for future generations.
Strippy Ornaments by Diane Núñez
Looking for handmade ornament ideas? Once you learn the basic technique for the quilted fabric strips, you can create 3-D ornaments in a variety of shapes for any holiday or event. You just need fabric scraps or fat quarters, metal, and batting (plus embellishments if desired).
Christmas Tree Hot Pads by Kathy Mack
Pieced fabric in fun colors and patterns make these holiday hot pads merry. Lay them down in a row to make versatile holiday table runners or individually throughout the house—anywhere you want to protect a surface in a decorative way. These come together quickly and make great gifts.
Snow Play Table Runner by Kathy Mack
With simple construction techniques and novelty fabrics in whimsical colors, this festive Christmas table runner sets the mood for holiday entertaining. Snowflakes applied with fusible web add to the cheer. Give the table runner a candy cane finish with striped binding cut on the bias, and enjoy playing in the snow!
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You’re going to love being home for the holiday with all these great ideas. Enjoy a quilted Christmas tree skirt pattern plus other home designs and a set of ornaments that you can whip up in no time.
With the instructions, patterns, and templates in this free ebook, you’ll learn fused appliqué techniques, simple piecing techniques, how to use free-motion stitching to enhance the motifs of your Christmas quilting patterns, how to make a Christmas tree skirt, and more. Download them all to let the holiday fun begin with this free eBook!