Snowman Quilt Patterns...
...with a few flakes thrown in for good measure!
I love a snowman quilt at the holidays. And afterwards, too!
Let's face it.
When January comes, there's nothing so sad as stripping away all the holiday decorations. Everything looks, well...
One way to remedy the emptiness is to do part of your holiday decorating with snowman quilts...
...or snowflake quilts, for that matter.
They fit right in as soon as it gets cold in your neck of the woods and right on through the Christmas holiday season.
And no one thinks they're out of place after New Year's—especially if you've been ingenious with your fabric choices. And we quilters are very good at that!
Snowman quilt patterns are the BEST!
Snowman Quilt Patterns
These are a few of my favorites snowman quilt patterns with a few flakes thrown in for good measure.
(If you're looking for a more holiday-ish quilt to make, check out my curated collection of Christmas quilt patterns.
Chilly Night Pillow Pattern by Chris Malone
Who ever said a snowman quilt has to be flat?
These guys seem ever so comfortable all tucked in.
Do You Want to Build a Snowman? by Cotton Street Commons
Have you ever spent the day building a snowman only to be disappointed when it melts? Now, there's no need for that!
This quilt has two versions: one with instructions on how to make both a throw and a wall hanging].
Personalize your quilt by how you choose to decorate your snowmen.
You'll use traditional piecing techniques mixed with a bit of abstract applique.
Do you want to build a snowman? It'll be wonderful to not freeze your toes off when you do!
Feathered Snowflake by Judy and Bradley Niemeyer
Perfect pointy perfection is what we've come to expect from Judy Niemeyer patterns. She doesn't disappoint here.
Shown here as a table topper without the hole. Put a hole in the center, and you've got yourself a dazzling Christmas Tree Skirt. A real show stopper!
Wouldn't it look perfect in your home?
Frosty Friends by Chris Malone
Skill Level: Experienced Beginner Quilter
Have you been looking for a fun project that will make your home feel festive?
Well, this quilt is just what the doctor ordered! It's perfect to spice up any room in between those cold winter months.
By simply changing the positions of the arms, eyes, and nose and adding embellishments as the mood strikes you, you'll soon be enveloped in a big Snowman hug.
Frosty Fun by Atkinson Designs
The Frosty Fun Quilt Pattern will help you get ready for the colder weather.
Is it ice skating? Perhaps skiing. Maybe a snowball fight with the kids.
Or is staying inside with a warm drink this quilt more to your liking?
Whatever you choose, this design perfectly captures all that is wonderful about winter.
For a similar pattern with more size options, check out Hat Hat Hooray! just below.
Hat Hat Hooray! by Atkinson Designs
While they might not keep your ears warm, these adorable stocking hats are sure to warm the cockles of your heart.
Time to dig out some bright prints from your stash to brighten up your home during long dark winter months.
It's a cold, blustery day outside. Hat Hat Hooray will keep you toasty and your hands busy.
Let It Snow
An oh-snow-sweet way to cheer up your kitchen between the holidays and spring time.
The pattern includes instructions for coasters, too.
Let It Snow by The Pattern Basket
Create a wintry world out in your house with this modern quilt pattern.
It's one of those stashbuster patterns, too. You'll need 28 fat eighths of your fabric of choice for the stars.
It's a perfect addition to any holiday celebration!
Lovely Woods by Tamarinis
The Woods are lovely, dark and deep...
This design captures the quiet of a wintertime forest, dusted with snow. Simply exquisite stitched up the tranquil shades of deep blue-green.
This is a paper pieced pattern.
With careful cutting the designer lets the fabric do most of the work. Fussing cutting strips is always effective.
Patchwork Snowman by Shabby Fabrics
The snowmen are smiling because they're happy to be making new friends this season!
These quick and easy patchwork designs will brighten up any wintry day.
Add some personalization by adding embellishments for an even more festive look that is sure not only to delight your family but others around town too.
Patterns from Shabby Fabrics come with full-size templates so you can start as soon as you get the pattern and choose your fabric.
Polar PeekaBoo by Kelli Fannin
Snowflake by Modern Handcraft
Each winter quilt needs to have a unique and personalized design.
If you're looking for something special, then Snowflake is just what your home needs!
This patchwork design features three methods of piecing and includes one-color, four-color, and scrappy options--to create an ultimate statement piece that will be sure not only warm up any space but also stand out as never before during those cold months ahead.
Snowman Playground Topper by Chris Malone
A simple table topper with easy piecing and a bit of fusible applique.
Snowman Village Table Runner by Shabby Fabrics
The sound of snowman laughter fills the air as they play in the piles of freshly fallen snow. The chilly temperature makes their teeth chatter, but it is worth this cold for an afternoon with friends and family!
This pattern is available as a Table Runner or a a bench pillow.
The patterns include instructions and templates to complete these fusible applique projects.
Stars and Snowflakes by Wendy Sheppard
Bring the cold weather inside with this fun design.
The Star and Snowflakes PDF Quilt Pattern features star blocks and snowflakes that will add a chilly breeze to your living room.
This project is fat quarter-friendly and perfect for overcast days.
The snow is falling and temperatures are dropping, which means it's time to warm up with Super Snowflake! 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'.
Sweet Snow-A-Long by J Wecker Frisch
Pieced blocks mixed with raw edge applique blocks. The applique template sheets are already reversed. A time saver!
The sample on the cover is stitched with Snow Sweet, Painters Palette and Basic fabrics from Riley Blake Designs.
I really think the fabric with writing in the border makes this quilt complete.
UPDATE: Yep. This is the one for me this year. I usually work on Christmas quilts AFTER the holiday is over. Don't know why...just how I roll.
Look for updates on my progress especially because I'm not a fan of fusible applique. I much prefer this invisible machine applique technique.
I also plan to paper piece the pieced blocks—I think all of them are already available here on the Generations Quilt Patterns website in the sizes that are called for.
I encourage you to quilt to your own strengths. Quilt directions show you how the designer made it. You don't have to follow them if something else works for you better!
Whimsical Winter by Shabby Fabrics
With the snowflakes swirling all around our Snowman feels right at home.
Don't you love the effect the blue ombre fabric gives to the background of this quilt?
And then there's the praire points in gradating hues that move your eyes all around the scene.
Winter Whoo by Cottage Quilt Designs
Skill Level: Easy
Who-who-who's ready to play in the snow!?
This friendly gang of owls, that's who. They're all bundled up and ready to hit the slopes with their friendly neighborhood snowman.
Simple piecing and fusible applique make this a treat to piece.
Winter Wishes Quilt Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
This quilt is full of hopeful snowmen, all gazing at the colorful stars and picking one to wish on!
The applique is simple, the stars are wonky. A fun quilt to stitch.
You’ll have it finished before the first Snow falls.
Looking for something a bit more Christmasy?
Enjoy these groupings of holiday quilt patterns and patterns.
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