Browse our Christmas Tree Quilt Pattern Collection
Christmas is just around the corner, and it’s time to decorate your home for this special occasion.
There are many ways to celebrate Christmas, but one of the best ways is by creating personalized decorations that make your home feel like yours.
To help you get started, I created this Christmas Tree quilt pattern collection that ranges from easy to intermediate difficulty levels with traditional, contemporary and modern patterns all represented.
Knowing that it can be a mad dash to the holiday, if there's a quilt kit available for the pattern, you'll find that information, too!
I hope you enjoy these suggestions.
The patterns are organized alphabetically by designer and then by name for your convenience.
Holiday Sewing Tree
If applique makes your heart go pitter-patter...even during the rush of the season, you'll love this design from Amy Bradley.
Fun and filled with all your favorite sewing tools, it's the perfect tree for a quilter.
Forest by Animas Quilts
This tree-mendous lap quilt is the perfect way to bring the beauty of a forest into your home! The Kootenai Forest pattern by Animas Quilts features a stunning blend of pine trees and evergreen boughs that come alive with applique and pieced squares. This quilt looks equally beautiful in flannel or quilting cottons. Pick whatever tickles your fancy.
If you’re a cat lover, there’s nothing better than
including your feline companion in your holiday celebrations.
And with this pattern, you’ll never have to worry about
your pal climbing the tree!
Christmas in the Pines
A not so in-your-face Christmas Tree pattern that you can leave out well past the holidays.
Simple. Elegant. Easy.
The big 3!
Pines by Exclusively Annie's
You can almost hear the crunch of snow beneath your feet as you wrap yourself in the Patchwork Pines quilt. This beautiful quilt features delicately pieced pine branches in deep shades of sage and soft whites that bring a winter forest to life.
Create an evergreen masterpiece that will keep you warm all winter.
A family tradition for many is to go out and cut down the perfect Christmas tree!
Just make sure to take the truck with you so you can drag it home.
This fun and easy quilt will help you remember the event for years to come and saves you the time of going all the way back to the forest for another tree.
Noel - FREE PATTERN
Click the picture to download this complimentary pattern, Noel, from the Art Gallery Fabrics' website.
Pick your own Christmas Tree without having to go out into the snow to cut it down. Love it!
by Modern Quilt Studio - FREE
Modern in the simplicity of the design, the abundant negative space, and the playful color scheme, this Christmas Tree quilt will be a conversation starter at your next holiday soiree.
Easy to make and a free pattern download to boot!
Carried Away Quilting / Taunja Kelvington
The Juniper Mini quilt pattern by Carried Away Quilting is a great way to add some festive color into your home. It also allows you the opportunity for creative expression with scraps and strips from favorite fabrics.
Chelsi Stratton Designs
Little Town #136
Charming cottages nestle in amongst a forest of pine trees decorated for Christmas combine to create the Little Town quilt pattern.
Tryout this holiday-themed pattern with a collection of fat eighths.
Add some holiday charm and flair to your home.
Coriander Quilts by Corey Yoder
Cotton Street Commons
So This is Christmas
60" x 75"
This beauty combines piecing and raw edge applique.
Pattern is available as a PDF download.
Crazy Mom Quilts
Trees! by Amanda Jean Nyberg for Crazy Mom Quilts
Never fir-get how beautiful Christmas trees are with this charming quilt pattern. A modern design and with plenty of contrasting fat quarters, this quilt will feel like a frosty winter wonderland in your home. AND, fir real! the simple pine tree blocks are simple to stitch up.
Use a fresh color scheme to spruce up your Christmas decorations and make a statement in any room.
Fancy That Design House
Great Joy by Fancy That Design House
Add a unique twist to your home this holiday season with an artistic take on the traditional Christmas Tree.
Whether you're a seasoned quilter or just starting out, this easy-to-piece modern design will give your space some festive flair.
Spruce up your holiday with this avant-garde patchwork design.
Flamingo Toes / Beverly McCullough
Be whisked away on a magical adventure this holiday season with Holiday Adventure Mini Quilt Pattern by Beverly McCullough.
Piece together these snowy campsites with a smattering of bright precuts from the Christmas Adventure fabric collection (also by Beverly McCullough).
Then ship them off in a new quilt to your family and friends or gift-giving them this year.
Patchwork Tree Pillow FREE PATTERN
Click the picture to download this complimentary pattern, Patchwork Tree Pillow, from the Riley Blake Designs' website.
The pattern features an envelop back—no zipper to mess with!
Whispering Pines by Penn2Paper - FREE
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!
Rockin' Around by Angeles Jaso Tucker for It's Sew Emma
Rockin' Around is a fun Christmas Tree quilt pattern that celebrates a finished Christmas tree with color and triangles!
The pattern makes use of Triangles on a Roll, which helps to make the design come together toot suite.
The possibilities for this clever pattern are endless.
Choose your favorite color to dress your tree up in style!
Laundry Basket Quilts
Warm-up any space with the Holiday Forest Quilt Pattern.
Make it your own by using a favorite holiday Jelly Roll to piece this festive forest.
Kind of a row quilt and a Christmas Tree all morphed into one.
A unique design from the imagination of Edyta Sitar or Laundry Basket quilts.
Trio by Lavender Lime Designs
Get ready to bring the spirit of Christmas alive in your home.
Put together a cheerful quilt with Good News Great Joy by Fancy That Design House for Moda Fabrics. Mix up an exciting trio—a panel, a charm packs and a layer cake—all carefully stitched into three perfect patterns that will certainly befit your holiday decorating needs this year.
This modern version of a snow blanketed pine forest is pieced using two charm packs.
An elegant addition to your winter-themed decor.
Tree Farm by Gina Martin - FREE PATTERN
Click the picture to download this complimentary pattern, Tree Farm Quilt, from the Moda website.
While the fabric line it is made with is no longer available, this would be a terrific place to use up leftover reds and greens from Christmas' gone by.
My Sew Quilty Life / Heather Briggs
Crossing by My Sew Quilty Life
Intermediate: Traditional piecing, no applique
Add holiday cheer to your space with this delightful Christmas Crossing quilt pattern.
Featuring a whimsical forest of trees all tied up with bows, you'll be able to piece together fabrics from any festive collection for an eye-catching and cozy touch all season long. Get stitching—it's time to make beautiful memories!
Fancy Firs by Heather Briggs
Ornamentary, my dear Watt-son, this quilt design is fit fir a fancy Christmas.
The Fancy Firs quilt pattern features 16 traditional pieced Christmas tree blocks with different bows and a gum drop border.
No special rulers or applique methods are required. With directions that won't leaf you hanging, this is a fun project to work on during the holiday season.
So sip some eggnog, put on some holiday tunes, and have a snow-tacular day with this one.
Christmas Tree Mix
Do the ghosts—fabric scraps—from Christmas projects past haunt you?
If you're looking for a way to put them to good use, this is the quilt pattern for you!
The Christmas Tree Mix by My Sew Quilty Life not only looks fantastic, but it's also easy to follow with step-by-step instructions.
This is the perfect project to take on during the holiday.
Sew much wanting to sew and sew little time.
Riley Blake Designs
in the Woods by Riley Blake Designs and Liberty Fabrics - FREE
Let the serenity and beauty of the holiday season settle in your home this year with a cozy quilt featuring charming cabins, lush pine trees, and a true sense of yuletide joy.
Includes templates and paper piecing. Learn more about printing them correctly here.
Skill Level: Intermediate
You’ll have the pick of the patch when you make your own
Choose your favorite fat quarter, jelly roll or fat eighth
pack and you're on your way.
The pattern comes with templates included; however, the
designer recommends using both
Shabby Fabrics / Jennifer Bosworth
Patchwork Christmas Tree Table Runner
This pattern will show you how easy it is to create this festive table runner that looks like a traditional Christmas tree using scraps in holiday colors of your choosing.
With it's full-size templates and beginner-friendly instructions, you'll be able to make one so quickly, you'll want to make a forest of them for your friends and family!
The Pattern Basket / Margot Languedoc
Merry Little Christmas
A cute little wall hanging pattern where the tree is constructed from Sawtooth Stars.
A nice size for a hostess gift or Secret Santa.
Snowy Pines Table Runner by The Pattern Basket
Stroll through the pine forest and inhale the crisp winter air with this Snowy Pines Table Runner.
Find festive fat eighths to stitch up this lovely landscape for a delightful addition to your dining room decor.
Whether you're welcoming holiday guests or simply enjoying a family meal, this table runner brings the beauty of nature indoors.
So cozy up and enjoy the view!
Scraps left over from other holiday projects???
This pattern helps you use up your scraps from this year's holiday season and create something beautiful as a gift for someone you love.
The pattern includes Christmas Tree blocks in 2 sizes. For the large block directions are included to make either a quilt or table runner; for the small block a table topper or wall hanging.
These patterns are quick and easy with clear instructions and helpful diagrams!
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.
Christmas Tree Farm - FREE PATTERN
Click the image to link to the free downloadable PDF.
The stars are bright, the snow creaks beneath your feet with each step, and your breathless wishes hang, suspended in the air.
There's a sense of magic throughout the forest. If you want to capture that feeling in your next project, with this free download from Windham Fabrics.
In this downloadable PDF quilt pattern from Wendy Sheppard, you can make your own Merry Memories Christmas trees - with all of the favorite colors and seasonal fabrics.
These simple blocks are perfect for giving yourself a holiday gift that's customizable to any occasion or mood!
Pine-ing for Christmas
Create an arboreal delight with little fuss or muss.
This pattern is designed with both beginners and more experienced quilters in mind. The Pine-ing for Christmas Quilt Pattern includes instructions on how to piece the trees and star blocks. (The blue quilt uses fabrics from the Sister Bay collection from Moda.)
You'll be able to enjoy your quilted woodland all winter long.
Sew...does a Christmas Tree quilt pattern have a place in your holiday quilting?
Christmas is a time for family, friends, and memories.
For many people, it means gathering around the Christmas tree with loved ones to celebrate this special season.
If you’re looking for an easy way to decorate your home or give it as a gift, try making one of these quilts.
They are fun to make and will become treasured keepsakes that remind us all about what we love most: spending quality time together during the holidays.
This article was printed from Generations-Quilt-Patterns.com