It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Quilt-mas!

Although Christmas is upon us, we want to share some of our favorite modern Christmas quilt patterns currently on the market. The holiday season can be a busy time of year, and finding time to quilt for yourself can be a challenge. And yet, there’s no lack of creative ideas and inspiration to make your Yuletide glow. 


Rather than find yourself regretting the holiday quilt you didn’t make, start planning today the quilt you will make before next Christmas. Nothing makes holiday Hallmark films quite so cozy as curling up with your own Christmas quilt.


As you finish cleaning up wrapping paper and bid goodbye to guests, consider a few ideas to inspire your holiday sewing projects to work on for next November so that you can enjoy it next year. 


Here are some of our favorite Christmas quilt patterns you might consider:


‘Jingle Jangle’ by Robin Gump of Seamed To Be

A pattern can be purchased at seamedtobe.com

Jingle Jangle Quilt


‘Pine Hollow Patchwork Forest’ by Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter

The pattern can be purchased at diaryofaquilter.com.

Pine Hollow Patchwork Forest


‘Tree Farm’ by Fran Gulick of Cotton and Joy 

The pattern can be purchased at cottonandjoy.com.

 Tree Farm Quilt


‘Retro Ornaments’ by Lo and Behold Stitchery

A pattern can be purchased at loandbeholdstitchery.com.

Retro Ornaments


‘Holly Jolly Quilt’ by Pen+Paper and Then Came June

A pattern can be purchased at penandpaperpatterns.blogspot.com and thencamejune.com.

Holly Jolly Quilt


‘Happy Christmas’ by Holly Lesue of Maker Valley

A pattern can be purchased at statelytype.com.

Happy Christmas Quilt

 

‘Atomic Starburst’ and ‘Holly Holiday Quilt’ by Violet Craft

The patterns can be purchased at violetcraft.com.

Atomic Starburst and Holly Holiday Quilts

 

‘Snowflake’ and ‘Flurry’ quilt patterns by Laura Piland of Slice of Pi Quilts

The patterns can be purchased at sliceofpiquilts.com

Snowflake and Flurry Quilts


Don’t wait for next year! Get started on a fun holiday project that will help get you through the dreary dark days of winter and make the season bright. 


Happy Holidays from your friends at Curated Quilts!

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In the ‘Curated Studio’ section of each issue of Curated Quilts, we give you a sampling of the latest in modern patterns and fabrics, book reviews, and quilting tools available on the market. To see more of our favorite modern pattern selections you can purchase Curated Quilts today. 




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