Make a beautiful Christmas quilt using any Suzy Quilts pattern! Lots of our quilt patterns can be transformed into blue and white winter wonderlands or festive red and green throws for your living room. This post will show you lots of examples so you can get inspired to make your own quilt for the holidays.
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Everything about this pattern says Christmas! This beautiful central star looks like a Christmas tree topper. Make it in red and green fabrics like the one here and you'll have an heirloom that you look forward to bringing out every December for years to come.
The fabrics I used include: Suzy Quilts PURE solids by Art Gallery Fabrics in Poppy, Matcha, Pistachio, and Pearl. Read more about how you can make a quilt like this here - Star Crossed 2.0 Sew Along (The Highlights).
Make Garland in Christmas greens or blues, either way this quilt will be the most festive decoration in your living room! Pair it with an adorable felt garland for coordinating holiday cheer all over the house using this post - DIY Holiday Felt Garlands.
Get extra tips and tutorials on making the Garland pattern in the Garland sew along.
Kris Kross is one of our classic patterns that looks like Christmas candy canes if you choose to sew with stripes. The throw size is perfect for a child or lap quilt, so if you're wanting a large throw for an adult to fully wrap up in, opt for making more blocks.
When I originally designed this quilt pattern I knew it eventually would need to be made in green and red. This quilt plays off of two central color families that meet in the middle. Even the general shape of the design looks like Christmas trees!
See more tips on making this pattern in the Gather sew along. You've also gotta check out this post on turning the Gather pattern into a quilted coat!
Sugar POP is one of our most popular patterns because it's bold, versatile, and simple to make. The pattern instructions include sizing for a throw, baby, and pillow.
Don't want to make a pillow but short on time? This tutorial will show you how to use the pattern to make a tote - Sugar POP Trendy Tote Tutorial.
The Maypole design actually comes in a few different patterns that you can purchase. The original quilt pattern includes instructions for queen/full, throw, and baby sizes. That pattern was so popular I designed a pillow extension pattern. Well, THAT pattern was so popular I designed a Maypole wall hanging.
All three patterns have supplemental blog posts to help you use them in different ways.
This is the wall hanging...
Which can be turned into a floor pillow which would also be so cute in Christmas fabrics!
And so cute as a Christmas bag!
Need I say more? This is one of those patterns that everyone needs to make. I have a lot of extra tips in the Holiday Party sew along. The pattern includes instructions for both a FQ multi-color version and a limited-color version.
Plus the blocks are so wonderfully HUGE!
This simple, no-nonsense pattern looks great in lots of color schemes, but will always have a special place in my heart when made in red and green.
This picture is technically from the Bohemian Garden Christmas placemats tutorial, but can't you visualize it as a whole quilt? Or maybe a wall hanging? Or PILLOW! OMG it would be such a beautiful Christmas pillow!!
Oh! And here is a fun table runner tutorial too - Free Holiday Table Runner Tutorial.
Create a field of poinsettias with the Perennial quilt pattern!
And look at baby Desi (and baby Suzy!) We were just two kids looking so young... haha! 😉
And don't miss this DIY Patchwork Tree Skirt Tutorial using the Perennial pattern. Of course, you can apply this to any of these patterns (I've seen someone do this with Sugar POP and it looks amaaaaazing.)
Bayside looks like Christmas trees, so it's not a far jump to make it into a Christmas quilt! This first mock up uses icy blue fabric from my two fabric collections, Duval and PURE solids through Art Gallery Fabrics. The fabrics include from left to right: Boho Birds Glacier, PURE solid Honeymoon, Diamond Strip Glacier, PURE solid Nova, Tiny Moon Pearl, and PURE solid Glacier.
This next one leans into all that is bright and happy using hot pinks, bright reds, and even a touch of aqua blue!
Included in the Fireside pattern are instructions for both limited-color and multi-color versions. In the Fireside sew along, I made this green limited-color version, but made one of the colors scrappy cream. Read more how to make a quilt like this here in the sew along posts!
I based this Christmas Adventureland mock up on some Suzy Quilts PURE solids mixed in with other Art Gallery Fabrics PURE solids. Here's what they are from reds to greens: Truffle, Velvet, Undeniably Red, London Red, Poppy, Snapdragon, Pistachio, Matcha, Hemlock, Hunter Fields, Pearl (background). Find the fabric on Etsy!
To keep things simple, for this mock up I used a lot of the same fabrics as I did above in the Adventureland quilt. The background of this first one uses Suzy Quilts PURE solid Hemlock. It's a beautiful cool dark green. The prints featured are all from my Duval collection and they include Boho Leaves Ginger, Diamond Stripe Glacier, and Boho Birds Glacier.
The solids are Suzy Quilts PURE solid Pearl, Matcha, Pistachio, Velvet, and Poppy. Additional Art Gallery Fabrics solids are Undeniable Red and Desert Dune.
This next one uses almost exactly the same fabrics, except switching out the background for Suzy Quilts PURE solid Pearl, the quilt has a much lighter feel and appearance. I also switched out Diamond Stripe Glacier for Suzy Quilts PURE solid Ginger.
Do you enjoy a moodier holiday? Or maybe you have pets or kids that like to shed dirt and hair all over your quilts? Suzy Quilts PURE solid Truffle is a rich antiqued black that is much gentler than a true black, but still makes a bold contrast. The colors in this mock up include: Pearl, Ginger, Snapdragon, Matcha, Hemlock, Hunter Fields, and Aurora Red.
This next version uses almost the exact same colors, but with Ginger as the background. The rest of them are: Pearl, Ginger, Poppy, Matcha, Hemlock, and Truffle.
Tell us in the comments about your Christmas quilts made with Suzy Quilts patterns!