Holiday Quilting


It is time for winter holidays, my favorite time of year! After another hard year for many it is surely a time to celebrate everything we are grateful for. Quilts are, of course, perfect for this time of year as we cozy up to stay warm and so, once again, I offer up many different winter quilt projects that I have found on the internet. These quilts can surely inspire us this winter season. Some of them are quick projects!

The first project is an adorable, yet also classy, set of coasters with snowflake designs. It is Winter Christmas Mini Mats by Patrick Lose.

Next is a cozy wall hanging in warm colors that truly speak of a country winter. I love the simplicity with the mittens.

I am kind of in love with this little whimsical snowman pillow. I really like how the snowman is not centered and appears to be the snowman peaking through a window.

This one is such a rich and beautifully detailed snowflake design that looks so complicated! The black background really speaks of a night sky and really makes those blues and whites pop!

Next up is another quilt in blues that feels like more of a modern take on snowflakes. In that respect it feels like a quilt you could use all year!

Another quick project is this wonderful snowflake wall hanging. I am always drawn to wall hangings that are long and thin because they can fit on the wall in smaller areas.

Here is another snowman, and another thin and long wall hanging. It is so fun!

This one is really unique with its shooting stars along the outside of a quilt that is comprised of more traditional quilt stars. I think this is a very fresh and beautiful table covering that children and adults alike would truly appreciate.

Lastly here is another long thin wall hanging that looks to be a very quick project. I really love the trees!

As is always the case, these are only a few of the many quilts, or quilted projects, that are out there for the holidays. If only there was enough time to do all the quilts! Thankfully many are quick projects and I may well find time to do a few for presents. I wish you and yours the best holiday season! Thank you for coming by and Happy New Year!

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Julie Rodgers

I do a little bit of everything and love all forms of creativity. I have made a living with fabric design, miniature work, commercial artwork and many other things. Most recently I designed, and make and sell, The Floss Inn which is for needleworkers. Thrilled to be here!

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