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    Christmas Quilt Pattern

    Good Morning,
    I am in need of a pretty Christmas quilt pattern. My church has a "Harvest Sale" in November and we ususally have a quilt to auction or raffle off. I have been asked to make a quilt for this year's sale and was asked if it could be a Christmas quilt. It needs to be a queen or king and an easy pattern. (I may have others working on it with me that are not very experienced quilters.) If anyone has a pattern or knows where to get one (I will buy it) please pm me and let me know. Thanks.

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    I love Crazy Old Ladies Christmas quilts. I made 3 last Christmas. They are easy and fun!!

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    Good morning to you too, and welcome! I'm sure you will get some great ideas, but any pattern you like could be a Christmas quilt if you use Christmas fabrics. Good luck.
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    What about a 10 min block... I'm working on one.. It is SO easy and fast~~but looks hard!

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    What's a Crazy Old Lady Christmas quilt?
    I'm a newbie here and to quilting.

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    I agree, if you use Christmas fabrics you could use any pattern. ALSO, what is a Crazy Old lady Christmas Quilt? sounds like a fun one.
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    Thanks, ladies. I checked out the Old Ladies quilt patterns and the 10 min. blocks. I must say the 10 min. blocks are fascinating. I am going to see what Christmas fabrics I can find today and maybe that will inspire me. LOL (Guess I'm just not ready to think about Christmas already).

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    I did a Christmas quilt using Eleanor Burn's Tumbling 9 patch ( I think that's the title) you make 9 patch squares then cut them into 4ths turn and shuffle then resew them together It worked great with the Christmas fabrics and is easy to do Good luck in your choice and don't forget to post pictures of your finished quilt. Best stitches --April

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    Poinsetta Passion by Quilt Country in Lewisville, TX. BEAUTIFUL....but better get started now! I'm making one for my living room for this Christmas. hope it's done by then!
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    Missouri Star has some cute Christmas Layer Cakes and the Double Slice Layer Cake pattern looks fun and easy. The tutorial is on their site.

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    Ant pattern done in xmas fabrics will work. Good luck!
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    I made a Zig Zag quilt out of Christmas fabric and it looks sooo nice. I used a great tutorial....just sew strips together, then cut and reassemble. Simple! Here is where you can find the tutorial:

    http://beesquarefabrics.blogspot.com...t-without.html

    And if you go to google images and type in Christmas Zig Zag Quilt you can see some great examples!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltyfeelings View Post
    Poinsetta Passion by Quilt Country in Lewisville, TX. BEAUTIFUL....but better get started now! I'm making one for my living room for this Christmas. hope it's done by then!
    I usually look up patterns as they are suggested when I'm not familiar with them and I must say, Poinsetta Passion is exquisite. I may have to order that one.
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    Have you thought of a Take 5 Pattern? It's quick and easy and I think they always look great!

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    Just search Google images for Christmas Quilt and pick the ones with promise. Track down patterns from there or come back and ask for help.
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    Oh goodness so many Christmas colors and ideas out there .. good luck ! Be sure to show us when you are done !
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    I made one out of the Stashbox pattern by Four Corners design a few years ago. I have my copy, but it's available at Hancocks and some other websites. I still want one to make another out of non-Xmas fabrics.

    I think I used some charm packs for part of it.

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    What about Attic Windows (red, green, & cream) with different Christmas fabric in each window. Either "In the Beginning" or "Elizabeth's Studio" has religious Christmas lines.

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    I tried to find Poinsetta Passion on the Quilt Country website without any luck at all. Any suggestions on where to look? hanks in advance

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    I tried to find Poinsetta Passion on the Quilt Country website without any luck at all. Any suggestions on where to look? Thanks in advance !!

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    Eureka! is another gorgeous Christmas quilt, but it's not at all easy.

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    I can design a simple quilt and you would need to add the colors. I have a few in my files. I will send them along if you would like to see them! Luann in CT
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    I think Warm Wishes looks good in Christmas fabrics and it's easy enough for even beginners to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crafterrn1 View Post
    I can design a simple quilt and you would need to add the colors. I have a few in my files. I will send them along if you would like to see them! Luann in CT
    I would love too see them !!!!!
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    Hi!
    Where did you get the instructions for those two blocks.? Christmas is closer than we all think.
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