New Christmas Quilt Patterns for 2021
55 patterns that capture the Christmas Spirit!
Many Christmas quilt patterns (and kits) are shared on the pages of this website.
To inspire you.
To give you ideas.
To get those creative juices flowing.
And hopefully save your sanity during the busy holiday season.
If you remember a pattern, but not its name or designer or company, this page puts EVERY dazzling design option you've seen on the site in one place.
To learn more about any of the Christmas quilt patterns shared below, click on the picture of it.
The links take you to where you'll find more info on the patterns, sometimes yardage requirements, reviews (if any have been submitted) and ordering information.
Remember that for all-things-Christmas, availability diminishes the closer we get to the big day.
It's time for you to take a minute to put your feet up, enjoy a steaming mug of cocoa, and nibble on your favorite Christmas cookies while perusing the choices.
You deserve to recharge before you get back to making the magic of Christmas happen.
(If you'd prefer a less holiday-ish quilt, check out my curated collection of snowman and flake—snowflake that is—quilt patterns.
If you're looking for Christmas Tree quilt patterns, they've earned their own page here.
These patterns are organized alphabetically by design company/designer and then by the patterns' name.
Anka's Treasures / Heather Peterson
Each of the patterns listed below were made with Heather Peterson's new 2021 fabric line called "Snowed In". (I can't wait 'til my FQ bundle of it gets here!!!)
Let It Snow
Your home will be positively aglow with this frosty beauty. With this heartwarming quilt pattern, you'll add a touch of cheery to your holiday decorating.
When you're bundled underneath, your spirits are high as the big flakes start swirling 'round outside!
Snowed in Sampler
The Snowed In Sampler Quilt Pattern is a festive way to make new family memories.
With presents, snowflakes and pine trees scattered throughout this fat quarter friendly pattern we know you'll have as much fun making it for your loved ones as they will have snuggling underneath it!
The snow is falling and temperatures are dropping, which means it's time to warm up with a Super Snowflake Quilt Pattern! This project will keep you cozy as the winter winds howl.
While this red and green fabric combinations makes this perfect for the holiday season, consider blue and lavender fabrics to snuggle under during the Winter.
The cover sample is stitched up in fabrics from Heather's line, 'Snowed In'.
Christmas Sweater Quilt Pattern
You could go along with the crowd and simply WEAR your Christmas Sweater.
But since you know how to quilt, why not buck the crowd and snuggle under it instead?
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!
THEY always say you can tell a lot about an Elf by the shoes he wears.
The University of Kansas actually studied this and concluded that, with 90% accuracy, you could predict a person's personality by simply looking at their shoes.
I wonder what these elf shoes say about their wearers?
The pattern sample is made with Moda's "Naughty or Nice" fabric line from 2020.
Pines & Cabins
Put on your snow boots and head into the woods for a winter wonderland.
As you walk, diamonds sparkle in front of trees covered with hues of red and green as if they're wearing caps festively lit up at night - it's hard not be enamored by their beauty!
Then turn right where stars twinkle among an endless field packed full snuggly between two pines.
This is the world conjured up by BasicGrey.
Sample is made with fabric from their 2021 Hustle & Bustle collection.
Bunny Hill Designs
Are you looking for a holiday decoration that will brighten up any room in your home?
Then, the Country Christmas Quilt Pattern from Bunny Hill is perfect! This intricate applique features festive fauna and yuletide motifs, making it ideal for spreading holiday cheer this year.
And what Christmas season isn't made a little better by having some holiday applique to keep your hands busy while imbibing in the Hallmark Channel a wee bit?
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?!!
Jolly Mini Downloadable PDF Quilt Pattern by Carried Away Quilting wishes you a joyous, festive season full of charm and happiness.
Piece this simple design in your favorite colorways to brighten up any room during these cold winter months.
(You'll need an 18" pillow form to complete this project.)
Star Crossed Pines
The Star Crossed Pines Quilt Pattern is a great way to bring some stars and trees into your home.
This precut-friendly project features lofty pines amidst the night sky. So pick out a collection of festive prints for this harmonious quilt that will look good indoors during Christmas time and another fabric pull for outdoors on summer days!
Bee in My Bonnet / Lori Holt
This holiday favorite contains 42 new block patterns (available in 6" and 12"sizes) and includes 10 quilty projects—tablerunners, placemats, mug rugs, tree skirt—from the reigning Queen of Adorkable!
Match it with fabric from her Cozy Christmas collection and you'll be on your way to having a vintage Christmas yourself.
Deck the Halls!
Coach House Designs / Barbara Cherniwchan
This trio of patterns from Coach House are all made from Deb Strain's Home Sweet Holidays fabric collection for Moda Fabrics. Don't they look great!
Bring the holiday spirit home with this beautiful quilt pattern. Framed in trees and sitting high on a mountain, finding this year's Christmas tree never looked so good.
The holidays are finally here!
The warmth of the fire on Christmas Eve to keep you company while sipping hot cocoa with friends and family—there's nothing quite like it.
For the most enchanting Christmas, surround yourself with the plaid stars and geometric wreaths in this lap-sized quilt to bring warmth into this new year.
This sample is done up in fabrics and a panel from Deb Strain's Home Sweet Holidays collection for Moda.
You'll be able to make Christmas magical with the Toy Store Quilt Pattern when you complete this project.
Trees and gaily wrapped presents line up outside of it, await the children who will open their gifts on December 25th!
To make this quilt just like the cover sample, you'll need fabrics and a red panel from Deb Strain's Home Sweet Holidays fabric line.
Toy Store is also available as a kit if you'd like to get a jump on the Holiday season.
Coriander Quilts / Corey Yoder
A Very Coriander Christmas
Skill Level: Intermediate to advanced quilters
The feeling of warmth and happiness that fills up your heart is something you can't put into words, but this book will help.
Join the creative journey with Coriander Quilts as she brings us her very favorite things about Christmas! A Very Coriander Christmas features beautiful blocks and patterns made from memories throughout each year.
Stitch together these stars on display for a generous gift...
...or keep them all to remind yourself just how much joy there really has been in life so far...
The cover quilt was made with the 'Holliberry' fabric collection for Moda.
Cotton Way / Bonnie Olaveson
Trees are decorated with sparkling lights, snow covers the ground and children go door-to-door singing carols.
This is all part of what makes up Christmas Cheer! The perfect thing to make this season even more enjoyable? Quilts made from cozy prints that will keep your loved ones warm during these cold December days.
Gather up your favorite prints. Let's get started making memories.
Fiberworks / Laura Heine
The Queen of Collage has two patterns for Christmas.
Fig Tree Quilts / Joanna Figueroa
Fig Tree Quilts is the perfect place to find a sampler quilt that will spice those long winter days.
Joanna Figueroa's book features 10 traditional block patterns, all beautifully layered with one another, plus several extra projects!
You can have this 78-inch x 96-inch patchwork gem finished by Christmas Eve - it'll be time for friends and family members alike to join you under its warm embrace as snowfall lightly covers every scene outside.
Lovely when paired with the 'Christmas Fig II' fabric line.
Deck the Halls with boughs of...
I'd much rather deck them with a Christmas Wreaths quilt, wouldn't you.
No messy pine needles to sweep up later.
The cover sample was sewn up with fabrics from the Christmas Figs II collection from last year.
Don't you just love it when a pattern is actually THREE patterns in one?
'Seasonal Patchwork' includes this adorable Christmas Tree quilt as well as ones for patriotic holidays and Halloween.
Doesn't it deserve a place in YOUR pattern stash?
Flamingo Toes / Beverly McCullough
The fabrics used in this trio of patterns is from Beverly McCullough's Christmas Adventure collection.
Holly Jolly Wreath
The evergreen branches in a wreath are used to signify eternal life.
By hanging the branch on one's door, Christians were inviting Christ into their home. Some believe that the custom originates back in ancient Rome where they would use these for victory purposes or blessings from gods above.
The modern Christmas wreath, or holiday garland, is a welcoming sign to adorn your doorstep in the spirit of celebrating.
Starry Snow Globe
As a child, they fill us with wonder. As adults, they remind us of a simpler time.
Fun snow globe factoids...
The first snow globes were invented towards the end of the 1870s but were not patented until the early 1900s.
The holder of that patent was an Austrian named Erwin Perzy.
The first patented snow globes were an offshoot from making the newly invented light bulb brighter for the operating room.
Glycerin is the liquid that keeps the bit of snow suspended.
It's Sew Emma
Peppermint Lane BOM
Isn't it about time you made yourself a beautiful Christmas quilt to snuggle up with throughout the long winter? If you haven't taken the time yet, then what are you waiting for?
You could start right here with this 12-month block-of-the-month pattern, Peppermint Lane by It's Sew Emma.
With its wreaths, trees, presents, stockings—all things Christmas—this pattern will keep you warm all through December and clear through to Spring.
Includes a bonus quilt pattern, North Star, (63 inches square).
This project is so much fun, they even turned it into a counted cross stitch pattern!
Kelli Fannin Designs / Kelli Fannin
Get ready to deck the halls with this festive, easy-to-piece little bit of Christmas greenery pattern.
For a light-hearted look, grab your bright red and green FQs. You'll be piecing in no time with this downloadable pattern.
Lella Boutique / Vanessa Goertzen
Patterns, patterns! Whose got the Christmas patterns this year?
Why Lella Boutique, of course!
By the Chimney
"The stockings were hung
By the Chimney with care
In hopes that St Nicholas
Soon would be there."
You'll have your choice of stockings when you choose fabrics from your favorite Christmas collection.
This pattern's a bit older, but still available.
Figgy pudding is a kind of fruit-filled dessert that's well known and loved worldwide—especially in England—even if it isn't always understood.
In America, it's known as Christmas Pudding or just plain old plum pudding. "Plum" refers to any dried fruits such as raisins and currants with prunes when available for extra flavor. This dish has been enjoyed since at least 16th century England!
And now you know why because we love ourselves some figgy deliciousness.
Go guilt-free. With this quilt pattern, there are no calories either!
Hustle & Bustle
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!
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.
Maybe not what you'd expect for a Christmas quilt.
With holiday fabrics it's transformed into the perfect seasonal quilt. Not so Christmasy that you'll have to put it away right after the big day.
With some of the bright and vivid fabric collections this year, it adds that needed pop of color when the days are longer.
Best of all. No difficult piecing; it's nothing more than a Log Cabin.
Sew Hooked on Treasures / Shereece Spain
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?
Shabby Fabrics / Jennifer Bosworth
Candy Cane Bench Pillow
This pillow will work up in no time for a last-minute touch to your holiday decor or as the perfect gift!
As always from Shabby Fabrics, the pattern include full size templates.
Christmas Eve Table Runner Pattern
This large festive table runner is sure to brighten up your Christmas meals with a bit of whimsy at the holiday feast.
Suitable for both hand or machine applique.
This finished runner is embellished with hot-fix crystals, baker's twine, buttons and jingle bells.
Retro Christmas Quilt Pattern
Done here is vintage fabrics, but wouldn't this be a wonderful way to use up the scraps from Christmas fabrics gone by.
A wonderful memory to cuddle under in front of a crackling fire.
Rudolph and Friends
Get ready for the holidays!
With Rudolph's bright nose as your personal blinkin' beacon to guide you and all of his friends nearby to keep you company, you'll have a merry old time in the quilting studio.
And a spectacular piece of patchwork to show for your effort!
Vintage Candy Cane Table Runner
Just as sweet as it looks.
This delicious runner will make your kitchen shine.
The sweet candy canes are wrapped in a tidy bow. An individual square could be made into a matching set of placemats.
This project can be completed with either hand or fusible applique.
The Pattern Basket / Margaret Languedoc
Merry & Bright
Get into the spirit of winter with Merry & Bright.
flurry of falling snowflakes makes up this fanciful quilt pattern, perfect for
your favorite seasonal décor!
With just a handful fat quarters in any festive color
collection you’ll have your home decorated in no time.
Create a feel-good holiday atmosphere with the North Star Quilt Pattern by The Pattern Basket.
If you've got fat eighths, this is the project for you.
Then Came June
Start your holiday season off with a jolt of creativity, by making this cool Holly Jolly Quilt Pattern.
It's perfect for any fabric lover looking to get in the spirit and fat quarter friendly, too.
Holly Jolly made with Holiday Moments fabrics
Thimble Blossoms / Camille Roskelley
As you stroll down the avenue you'll see Christmas trees, a wreath, candy canes, presents and stockings waiting to be filled.
This is a fat-quarter friendly pattern.
Handmade with Love
Adorn your home this holiday season with a handmade quilt featuring a pile of presents wrapped in perfect festive paper.
Handmade with Love is designed in the tradition of sampler quilt patterns—different blocks for different presents. A nice skill builder, all while having some fun.
Stitch together your favorite fat quarters for an elegant display that will be sure to delight friends and family members come December 25th!
V and Co. / Vanessa Christenson
Vanessa is a guru when it comes to patterns that use 0mbre fabric. These two are no different.
Ombre Christmas Poinsettia
Using the Ombre Wovens collection makes a colorful and festive bouquet of seasonal flowers.
Together with the Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Pattern from Vanessa, you can keep your Yuletide traditions alive all year long!
Home for the Holidays
The holiday spirit is coming to your home with this beautiful wintery pattern!
A sparkling star field fills the top, while trees made from ombre fabrics give it an extra touch of charm.
All of these patterns by Wendy Sheppard are available only as paid PDF downloads.
Make the purrr-fect gift for the feline-lover in your life. Kitties bearing gifts. It doesn't get better than that.
MEOW! MEOW! MEOW!
Parcels in the Post
An ingenious design based on our old friends, Rail Fence quilt patterns, the blocks amount of a 3 strip set of rails with a ribbon wrapped around.
Hat tip to you, Wendy Sheppard. Very clever!
You Can't Catch Me!
Catch me if you can, he taunts.
But little does he know that'll you be able to catch him in all his Gingerbread glory in the blocks of this quilt pattern by Wendy Sheppard.
Grab some assorted fat quarters in shades brown and make these yummy boys who'll warm up your heart (and home) during holidays.
Oh, and no calories either!
There's more Christmas quilt patterns to see—both Christmas Tree and Tree Skirt patterns and table runners, too!
Don't forget to check out all the Christmas quilt fabrics that are shared on the site. They're broken into separate groups to help you find your favorites faster with some free patterns thrown in for good measure.
I've included the Free & Easy Flannel quilt patterns link for you here, too.
These are free patterns to download from the manufacturers' websites (of course, the links are there to make it easy for you) that would be incredibly quick and easy to put together for last minute gifts.
These pattern use virtually all squares and rectangles, literally just a handful of half square triangles and a smattering of fusible applique if you so desire it.
This article was printed from Generations-Quilt-Patterns.com