Real talk: your home could always use a bit more patchwork, especially around the holidays. Finish out the year with fast, festive festive quilting projects — that's right, we're talking tree skirts and stockings galore!
1. Classic Quilted Stockings
If you're in need of some fast holiday quilting, these stockings are simple enough to stitch in one sitting. Get the kit and you'll have them ready to be hung with care in no time.
2. Patchwork Stockings
Brighten your mantle with beautiful patchwork. These stockings are a great way to use up fabric scraps from larger Christmas quilts , and they're easy to personalize for everyone in the fam.
3. Stocking Advent Calendar
There's nothing cuter than a homemade advent calendar — except making it miniaturized. This wall hanging features individual mini stockings you can fill with tiny goodies. Stitch one up and declare it a new family tradition!
4. Scrappy Stockings
Dig through your scrap pile, choose from five different designs and stitch together these gorgeous stockings. Some prior quilting experience is helpful, as precise cutting and accurate seam allowances are a necessity for pulling off this project.
5. Holly Jolly Skirt
Mix and match your six favorite holiday fabrics for a pieced tree skirt that doesn't require a template. Don't be afraid to go wild, either — there's so much room for customization!
6. Star Medallion Skirt
Simple construction, classy design. What more could you want? This starry skirt is stunningly easy to sew, meaning you can make the whole thing in just one afternoon.
7. Striped Christmas Skirt
Dress up your tree with an elegant skirt. This pattern even includes a cutting cheat sheet, so you can cut and sew each strip stress-free.
8. Poinsettia Star Skirt
Use a variety of red and green fabrics to design a star (or is it a poinsettia?) that'll put your tree in a holiday frenzy. You'll call on classic pieced patchwork and Y-seams to make this quilt a reality.
9. Log Cabin Star
This star comes together with simple log cabin blocks to make a beautiful square skirt. But if you can't bear the thought of cutting up the quilt top, leave it as-is and make it into a wall hanging instead.
10. Christmas Patch Skirt
Easy Christmas tree and 16-patch blocks come together to form this stunning skirt. Your fabric choice will help give it a more traditional or modern vibe, so play around until you decide what suits your home best.