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The Vintage Christmas Tree Wallhanging is one of the most versatile Christmas quilt decorations! This adorable and festive Christmas tree quilt pattern brings a touch of Christmas spirit to blank walls, doors, mantles, and anywhere else you might think to hang it. Not only does this Christmas quilt pattern include beautiful vintage inspiration, but it also encourages you to incorporate other cute craft items like buttons and bows. They're small enough for just about any space, so you can make wall quilts in a series of different colors to match every room in your house.
The Christmas Wreath Wall Hanging is a clever twist on a traditional Christmas wreath. This piecework wreath is embellished with several buttons and beads. The fabrics in this DIY wall hanging are absolutely spectacular. We love the warm green and red shades, and the patterned fabric in this free project gives this wall quilt a friendly and downhome vibe. Plus, the basic triangular shapes in this simple project are so easy to work with. You'll be able to whip this up in no time. When you're done, hang this fun Christmas quilt decorations over your fireplace or on your doors for holiday cheer!
The I Believe in Santa Wall Hanging pattern is a heartwarming way to dress up the walls for Christmas. You can make these Christmas quilt decorations using Christmas quilt fabric from Benartex or fussy cut from your Christmas fabric of choice.
If you are in need of a decoration for your mantle, try your hand at sewing a Christmas tree quilt pattern. Brighten up your house with this Angel and Christmas Tree Wall Hanging. In this elegant wall quilt, angels peek around Christmas trees in the fabric panels. This Christmas quilt pattern has such a fun and a whimsical feel. We recommend making two wallhangings, one in red and one in green. The wallhangings will definitely bring out the Christmas spirit in your home. Plus, angels are good luck. Make some holiday bunting while you are at it. There are so many Christmas crafts to try out this year.
Before you set up your family's Christmas tree, make this adorable Christmas Tree Farm Wall Hanging to add to your holiday home decor. This super easy mini wallhanging quilt uses festive scrap quilt patterns to make triangular Christmas trees upon rich red background fabric. While holiday decorations with a Christmas tree design are a dime a dozen, this creative project inspires you to make a whole farm full of lovely evergreens as part of the pattern for this beautiful Christmas wallhanging quilt.
Making Christmas quilt decorations with felt gives your holiday quilts a cozy feel. Quilt Grandma's Christmas Tree Advent Calendar in red, white, and green felt, and then add buttons for each day of advent. This is an interactive advent calendar pattern that allows you to move a felt star from button to button until you reach the top of the tree on the very last day.
The Quilted Santa Door Banner will welcome holiday guests to your home with heartfelt Christmas cheer. Although this quilted Santa looks as flawless as an applique, it is created using piecework only. Assorted quilting designs add interest and dimension!
This cute Christmas applique quilt makes a whimsical wall decoration for the holiday season and it's super easy to put together! The Santa Applique Wall hanging is made from wool appliques layered on a simple background and quilted decoratively.
Spice up your home decorations with this really cute embroidery wall hanging. You can now celebrate Christmas by making your very own decorative wall hanging. Ring in the Christmas spirit by making this for your home!
There's nothing quite as exciting as the first few days of spring. Celebrate the warm weather with the Snow Flowers Applique Wall Hanging, which utilizes the last of your winter scraps to make a beautiful spring wall decoration. This easy applique quilt tutorial uses piecing, fusible scraps, and free motion quilting to put together a quick, fun project that you can make in an afternoon. This applique tutorial also makes for a wonderful kid-friendly project if you're stuck inside during early spring rains! Update your living room or kitchen for the new season with this easy-breezy applique quilt project.
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