Find a NEW Christmas Present quilt pattern to make ~ Think outside the wrapped box ;)

19 Christmas Present quilt patterns to choose from!

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Updated: 4-12-24

The best thing about the holidays is spending time with family, but that doesn't mean you can't get excited about presents.

And if you're a quilter, a new Christmas Present quilt pattern might be just what you're looking for—for someone special or for yourself.

Find the perfect Christmas Present quilt pattern

Below is a curated collection of quilt patterns, arranged alphabetically by designer/brand, then by pattern name. 

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Keep your eyes peeled.

There are free patterns mixed in with the commercial ones. They are marked FREE to make them easy to quickly spot.

As I find new or new-to-me Christmas Present designs, they are added to the collection.

Remember to bookmark the page, so it's convenient for you to see what's new.

If you don't find a pattern that doesn't make your quilting genes start to tingle, there's links to all the Christmas quilt patterns on the site broken into easy-to-navigate all the new fabrics, of course!


Boxes & Bows


When I was a kid, I was friends with a girl that lived up the street and learned of something I never believed possible. 

Her twin brothers would OPEN their Christmas presents BEFORE Christmas and then re-wrap them when their parents weren't home!

I was gobsmacked!—before I even knew what gobsmacked was and that it really was a thing.

But with these pieced presents, everyone will be able to enjoy their Christmas surprise without ruining anything for anyone else--including themselves!


Christmas Morning by Wendy Sheppard

from Benartex

Is there anything better than waking up on Christmas morning and seeing a giant stack of presents under the tree?!

And now, with the Christmas Morning quilt pattern by Wendy Sheppard, you can re-create that feeling any time you want!

Just look at those presents, all stacked up and ready to be opened. It's enough to make even the Grinch's heart grow three sizes.

Carried Away Quilting / Taunja Kelvington

Buffalo Check Table Topper


Who doesn't love 2...2 patterns in one!

This simple, basic design takes a pieced gingham check field and intersperses it with star and pumpkins for the Fall and stars and festively wrapped presents for the Holidays.

Now you only need decide which one you'll make...or will it be both?!!

Coriander Quilts / Corey Yoder

Ribbons All Around

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Holiday gifts have never been easier to stitch up than when you use this beautiful pattern from Corey Yoder.

The stitched presents are tied up with bouncy, pieced bows.

The cover quilt was made with the 'Holliberry' fabric collection for Moda.

Jo-Lydia's Attic / Barbara Weiland

Presently Wrapped Christmas Placemat

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There's no time to waste if you want to make these charming place mats for your Christmas dinner table! Showcase a joyful print for the place mats. Appliqued ribbon bands give them just the right touch of holiday cheer.

The napkins are tucked into the attached knots for bows to complete the package.

Lavender Lime Designs

Christmas Time 2 (12/23)

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Gather around the Christmas tree and admire the handmade gifts wrapped with care underneath.

This delightful quilt captures all the magical details of the holidays—twinkling lights on evergreens, stacks of presents tied up with bows 🎁, cute snowmen ☃️, and sweet treats like gingerbread men and candy canes 🍭. As you stitch each merry block, get into the festive spirit with fabric from jolly collections like Winter Wonderland.

Once complete, snuggle under this cozy, charming quilt with a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy all the familiar comforts of the most wonderful time of year. 🎄

Lella Boutique / Vanessa Goertzen

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You can't go wrong with this beautifully wrapped pattern.

You'll have plenty of fun piecing together wrapped blocks that are sure to not only brighten up any space but also give out as gifts!

Pick up some charm packs in your favorite seasonal collections for the best gifts ever made from now until next December 25th.

Hustle & Bustle

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Hustle and Bustle is so right!

If you're the mom of little kids, raise your hand if you're guilty of staying up extra late on Christmas Eve trying to get all those presents wrapped with no little eyes peeking around the corner. 

Thank goodness for a bit of little stamina in the form of Christmas bubbly!

Maywood Studio

Peppermints & Presents by Bonnie Sullivan - FREE

from Maywood Studio
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Two folded or Connector Corners for the HSTs. Then the rest are all squares and rectangles cut to size on a jaunty angle. 

No special tools. No special rulers. No templates.

The sample uses fabrics from the Snowdays flannel collection by Maywood.

Michael Miller

Naughty or Nice by Marsha Evans Moore

from Michael MIller

Is your friend or family member naughty or nice? Let them know with this 48" square quilt pattern by Marsha Evans Moore.

The bows and star points are made with the straightforward connector or folded corners technique.

All the other patches are squares and rectangles, making it easy to whip up in no time. Plus, it's sized perfectly for a hostess gift. So whether you're trying to be nice or give someone a little chuckle, this quilt pattern is sure to please.

Paintbrush Studio

Wrapped Up by Lisa Swenson Ruble - FREE

from Paintbrush Studio

Two different size 'present' blocks—7” x 10” and 7” x 8”—give this design a bit of unexpected movement. The simple addition of a border and some easy quilting makes this pattern perfect for Christmas!

You'll have so much fun stitching up this quilt that you may not be able to wait until Christmas to give it away!

Primrose Cottage Quilts / Lindsey Weight

Christmas Present Table Runner


Wrap up this beauty as a gift to yourself! This festive runner features gifts lined up all waiting to be opened. 

What has Santa brought for you?

Christmas Present Quilt Pattern + Table Runner


I am not certain why this is offered as a quilt and table runner pattern and only a table runner pattern (see above listing), but it is.

Choose which works best for you!

Riley Blake Designs

To check for any updates or corrections to the free Riley Blake quilt patterns shared on this page, visit their 'Pattern Updates' page.

Patchwork Present Pillow by Beverly McCullough for Flamingo Toes

from Riley Blake
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Need a Christmas gift in a hurry?

Then a Patchwork Present Pillow might be just the pattern for you. 

Four 9-patches, 2 HST, some sashing. And Presto! You're wrapping it up to give!

Robert Kaufman

Holly Jolly Christmas by Ariga Wilson for Robert Kaufman

from Robert Kaufman

Five different Christmas present patterns, so the piecing won't get boring.

How will you choose which to open first?

The quilt shown here uses fabrics from Kaufman's Holiday Flourish line.

Satomi Quilts

Santa's Gift by Satomi Quilts - NEW 2023


Gather the most splendid scraps from your stash to piece together four charming gift boxes, each with a unique wrapping paper pattern. Mix plaids and polka dots, stripes and swirls, then quilt freehand bows atop each gift for added holiday detail.

Personalize each present with fabrics from your loved ones' pajamas or clothes.

Then snuggle with this throw-sized quilt on Christmas morning as you sip hot cocoa and enjoy the surprised smiles when they unwrap your thoughtful handmade gifts.

Sew Hooked on Treasures / Shereece Nicole

Tied with a Bow


A little unexpected for a Christmas quilt, right?

Tied with a Bow is an imaginative project that you can easily put together for yourself or someone else.

It's perfect in any colorway, shown here in the cover sample for any time of the year.

But what about in Christmas colors?

Or even as the BACK of a quilt?

Possibilities abound!

Studio E

Dear Santa by Heidi Pridemore - FREE

from Studio E

Santa's put these pretty presents under your Christmas Tree. 

Which will you open first.

Wendy Sheppard / Ivory Spring

Parcels in the Post

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What's more fun than opening up a pile of presents?

Why making this fun-loving pattern by Wendy Sheppard.

It's simple construction all the way. If you look closely, you'll see that this is a clever adaptation of the Rail Fence quilt design.

Windham Fabrics

A Christmas Gift by Natalie Crabtree - FREE

from Windham

Stacks of presents, twinkling lights, holiday ornaments and the perfect Christmas tree all await you in 'A Christmas Gift' by Natalie Crabtree.

Simple piecing techniques make this a pleasure to create.

Give to one of your favorite people, and they'll love it, from the top of their head to their mistletoe.

For more Christmas patterns and the fabrics to make them

To make it easier to find just the pattern you're looking for, I've sliced and diced the patterns into different categories.

The same goes for Christmas fabrics. 

There's always so much to do, every bit of time saved helps.


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