Following on the heels of Christmas in July quilting patterns, welcome to the Christmas in July, home decor edition! The season leading up to Christmas tends to be such a crazy time, packed full of plans and events. Why not take the month of July to get started on your Christmas sewing? Grab a cold drink and settle in, because today we have eight great Christmas home decor items for you to stitch up this month.
Snowman table runner by Sweetwater
Decorate your table with this adorable snowman table runner. Pull out some white fabric and your favorite red prints, then stitch up this charming table runner for an easy weekend project. This would make a fun seasonal piece for your home or a wonderful gift for a special occasion.
Swirled Christmas Tree pattern by Frivolous Necessity
The designer was inspired to make this wall hanging quilt after looking at various stylized graphic arts pictures. This PDF pattern includes graphics with step-by-step instructions for this easy-to-make quilted swirled Christmas tree wall hanging.
Dear Santa mug rug by Pleasant Home
This mini quilt will delight children and grownups alike! The Dear Santa mug rug features basic patchwork piecing and simple embroidery. It’s just the right size to hold Santa’s cookies and milk, and it has a cute little embroidered pocket to hold a letter to Santa.
Merry stocking pattern by Camille Roskelley
Check out these quilted stockings by Craftsy instructor Camille Roskelley. Add a touch of patchwork to your mantle or railing with these stockings. The pattern includes instructions to create all four of the different stockings shown above. Plus, be sure to check out her online quilting class Pre-Cut Piecing Made Simple.
Holly Jolly Christmas tree skirt by A Bright Corner
It’s time to toss out that store-bought tree skirt! This quilted Christmas tree skirt will quickly become a cherished family heirloom and will be a wonderful addition to your holiday decor. Choose your six favorite Christmas fabrics and customize this tree skirt to fit your own personality and style. This is a pieced (no templates!) tree skirt that is quilted, and has a backing and binding just like a regular quilt.
Twisted Christmas pillow pattern by PamelaQuilts
Fun and festive, choose your favorite red and green fabrics to make this easy but impressive pillow. You can use specialty rulers to cut your fabrics (like the Lil’ Twister or June Tailor Twist n Stitch ruler), but the designer includes directions for using an ordinary ruler to make your squares as well. Use it to cover your existing pillow, or buy an 18-inch form at any craft store. It’s fun to change your pillows with the seasons!
Pocket Advent Calendar quilt pattern by Frivolous Necessity
Add a touch of handmade to your family’s Christmas traditions. This quilt pattern was designed for one charm pack of 42 5″ x 5″ squares. Stuff each pocket with small gifts and treats in anticipation of the big day!
No Sew Quilted Fabric Tree pattern by Ornament Girl
This pattern makes it easy for anyone to make a quilted tree. Not only will you learn the basic technique for making the tree, the designer also give you a second fabric folding technique, and demonstrates how to make various stripes for your tree. The bonus section will give you plenty of ideas for embellishing your tree with charms, bells and more!