O Christmas Tree! 7 Cheery Tree Quilt Designs

Posted by on Dec 14, 2013 in Quilting | Comments


In the words of the popular carol, how lovely are the branches of the Christmas tree? This symbol for the holiday is beloved by many. Quilters can embrace the evergreen in their crafts, too! Decorate your home by quilting goods full of trees.

Here are 7 Christmas tree quilt designs of all shapes and sizes available right here in the Craftsy pattern shop. Choose your favorite design, pull out your red and green fabrics, and get sewing! As always, click on the photos and links to read more about each project.

Craftsy.com Member Pattern: Patchwork Forest Quilt Photo via It’s Sew Emma

Patchwork Forest

Big blocks of fun novelty fabrics make the Patchwork Forest quilt a delight to create. This quilt can be made quickly and will be a welcome addition to your holiday decor. Plus, this large lap size measures 64 ½” by 80 ½”, just right for the entire family.

Get the Patchwork Forest pattern.

Holiday Tree Expedition Mug Rug Photo by Rebecca Mae Designs

Christmas Mug Rug

Do you love picking out the tree every year? You will love this adorable mug rug! Leave Santa’s milk and cookies here on Christmas Eve, or use it for your own hot drinks. The PDF contains sewing instructions and helpful photos on how to make this mini quilt that is both quilted and appliqué.

Get the Christmas Mug Rug pattern.

Evergreen Tree Quilt - Pattern by craftsy.com MemberPhoto via Sew Inspired Shop

Evergreen State Quilt

The designer of the Evergreen State quilt pattern was inspired by a move to Washington state. The outcome is a modern quilt reminiscent of Washington’s beautiful forests. Make one of your own in similar colors for a Christmas tree look, or change it up with your favorite colors. The finished quilt measures 52″ by 73″.

Get the Evergreen State Quilt pattern.

Quilted Table Runner: Christmas HousesPhoto via 2strings

Christmas Houses Table Runner

In this charming quilt, bright houses and evergreen trees sit on a snowy white background covered with candy canes. Whether tossed on a table or hung on a wall, the runner will fill a room with instant holiday cheer. The templates allow you to create your own unique houses from two basic designs. The finished quilt measures 15 ½” by 41 ½”.

Get the Christmas Houses Table Runner pattern.

Swirly Christmas Tree Quilt - Craftsy Photo via Frivolous Necessity

Swirled Christmas Tree Quilt

This unique, stylized Christmas Tree quilt will be a treasured wall hanging that is perfect for the holiday season. Don’t let those fancy, swirly branches scare you off! This pattern is designed for sewing at any level — beginner to advanced.

Get the Swirled Christmas Tree Quilt pattern.

Holiday Mug Rug: Mustache Christmas Tree Photo via 3patchcrafts

Mustache Christmas Tree Mug Rug

Add a bit of humor to your home with the Mustache Christmas Tree mug rug. All it takes is a bit of afternoon sewing to create this mini quilt that measures 6” by 10”. It makes a great gift for both men and women.

Get the Mustache Christmas Tree Mug Rug pattern.

Quilted Christmas Calendar Photo via Darlee

Counting Down to Christmas Quilted Calendar

Children enjoy counting down the days until Christmas, so why not make a quilted calendar together? The number card pieces are laminated for durability and every white space has a Velcro square. Kids of all ages will enjoy using this quilted calendar year after year.

Get the Counting Down to Christmas pattern.

You might also enjoy our roundups if terrific tree quilts (for trees year-round!), quilted Christmas stockings and tree skirts (to make your home merry and bright), and FREE Christmas quilt patterns.

And come back to the Craftsy blog tomorrow for a roundup of fun quilted ornament patterns to stitch up for your tree or to give as gifts this holiday season!

Do you love Christmas trees? What is your favorite project?

Comments

  1. Barb Homrich says:

    I love the swirl one.I think I’d hang it if it could be made smaller.

  2. Quilting Granny says:

    I really like the swirled tree.. I think I’d like to try making it .. perhaps in a wall hanging and a throw quilt. Is there a pattern?