Christmas in July Quilt Patterns
Welcome to Christmas in July, the quilt edition! The holiday season seems to sneak up every year, doesn’t it? Wouldn’t it be nice to finally get around to making that Christmas quilt you always wanted? That is what Christmas in July is for.
Today we have eight wonderful quilt patterns to share with you, and hopefully you will find the perfect pattern for your July Christmas sewing.
Christmas just got a little cuter! Big blocks of fun novelty fabric make this quilt a quick sew that is a delight to create. Plus, in this large lap size, it will keep you and your whole crew warm or make a memorable gift.
Christmas Dash is a fun twist on a traditional churn dash quilt. Pull out your favorite red, green, and neutral fabrics to create this pattern! The finished quilt measures 56 ” x 68″, the perfect size for a living room throw.
Oh My Gifts is a bed runner and pillow sham pattern featuring adorable, embellished gifts. Throw it on the foot of your bed or over the back of your couch to add a little fun to the festivities. This is a quick and easy project that includes a touch of appliqué.
This is an Irish Christmas quilt made with clovers. Finishing as a 50” square, it can be hung on the wall or as a throw. The pattern combines both appliqué and machine piecing. Choose your favorite prints or solids for this one, either would work perfectly!
Inspired by a move to Washington state, the designer created this quilt to remind her of the surrounding forests. Make it in similar colors for a contemporary Christmas tree look, or change it up with your favorite colors. The quilt pattern calls for 10 fat quarters with additional yardage needed for background triangles and borders but it would look fabulous sewn up scrappy style as well!
This appliqué quilt will delight both young and old! Have fun stitching up this charming project, it would make a wonderful gift for a special occasion or just a fun seasonal piece for your own home.
Gift Scrapped is a terrific way to use up leftover bits of Christmas fabric. The blocks build quickly using strip piecing methods. Make one to use as a placemat, a table runner or lap quilt. The pattern includes directions for all three! With simple piecing, a weekend of sewing is all you need to create this simple quilt.
Finally, try out this simple but delightful ornament quilt by Craftsy instructor of Pre-Cut Piecing Made Simple, Camille Roskelley! Pull fat quarters from your stash to piece these twelve ornament blocks.