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A Charming Christmas Quilt

By: Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs

This lovely quilt pattern from Victoriana Quilt Designs is great for those who love to decorate for Christmas.  Made using a simple block formation, this charming quilt is great for beginners and those who are interested in experimenting with quilting patterns.  You could even use this pattern to create a quilt that has any theme you'd like.  Great for country decor or perfect for those who love to curl up by the fireplace, this simple quilt design is fun and easy to make.

Charming Quilt

Materials (for each block--repeat for as many blocks as you like):
Finished block size:  6"x6" square

  • 5 1/2" square-Charm Square Cut (A)
  • 2 1 1/2" x 5 1/2" squares-Sashing Cut (B)
  • 1 1/2" square-Sashing Square Cut (C)

Quilt Block


  1. Cut fabrics A + B +C [Rotary Cutting]
  2. Lay out the patches as illustrated.

    Block Layout
  3. Sew [Machine Piecing] the patches together, in numerical order, matching the seams.
  4. Block [Blocking]. Add a right and bottom border, using the sashing patches, to complete the quilt.
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I recently was bequeathed a huge stash of gorgeous cotton holiday fabric of many colors and patterns that really would lend itself to this beautiful pattern! I love the look of this example and the fabrics used in it as well as the actual layout of the pattern. It is really fun to lay out your squares and play with how it will all look together. This would also make such a super pretty and great wall hanging too.... Thanks for sharing!

I love a pretty Christmas quilt in traditional colors. This is a fun and easy pattern and I enjoy using charm packs. I generally like to purchase my fabric from brick and mortar stores so I can really see the colors and scale. Sometimes though it's necessary to purchase online. Where do you all like to order your fabric from?

I love this quilt and agree with cherknapp that it really looks like a Christmas quilt. I am wondering, I have some 5inch charm squares that I would like to use. Is that possible with this pattern? Probably have to adjust the sashing strip measurements also. Anybody know ? Thanks

FInally!!! A Christmas quilt that actually looks like a Christmas quilt. I am getting so tired of clicking on Christmas quilt patterns and seeing hot pink, orange, all kinds of bizarre patterns that are not in Christmas colors and have nothing Christmas about them whatsoever. I was beginning to think I was the only one who decorated with normal traditional Christmas looking decor. Thank you for restoring my faith, because I was about to give up clicking on Christmas things on this site. Especially after the Christmas ribbons quilt.....thank you for finally designing something that I can put on my bed and have people say, " What a lovely Christmassy looking quilt" Kudos to the designer for understanding that some of us don't see flamingo pink, turquoise, orange, black, etc. as Christmas colors for a quilt. I would give you 10 stars if I could.

The ads on the right of yours is very disturbing,js...really?

I made this quilt in queen size for my bed at Christmas. It's gorgeous! Sure put a big dent in stash of Christmas scrap fabric. Try it! It's easy and fun - now going to make one in pinks for my granddaughter.

LOVE,LOVE,LOVE!!! Been wondering what I was going to do with material fortunately already have. Can't wait to get started! Thanks for sharing;)

I like this pattern. I have too much Christmas material that is too small for a large piece, but I can piece it together to make a large piece and the patterns are endless. Thank you for the idea.

I really like this quilt block- I have been looking for a pattern to make My 1 1/2 year old great grand daughter a quilt- I beleive this is it--- I will use soft pinks, soft greens, and maybe some soft blues-- I think it will be just right for { Abby} Thanks g

I am a real beginner, and am surprised how easy these patterns are when they are shown to us like this. Thank you very much.... I value other peoples comments and ideas as well....

I really like this quilt. It shows me what I can do with some of my larger scap material. The quilt is very corolful and expressive. It looks like one that a beginner like myself can do.

This could be done faster is you used the strip quilting technique rather than putting each block together seperately.

i had 2 stack's of material - 9x9's and cut the 9x9's in 1/2 came out as 4x4's, I am still in the process of cutting and sewing and knitting with the same size as well, the color material i have used are all design's and color's, i was told as you sew the material either make it for a fitted or as a cover sheet and the knit thread use as a blanket. as you become better at it - make a comforter

Thank you for this beautiful pattern-it encourages a very new novice like me to give patchwork quilting a go. Well done, its very beautiful.

I must try this one!


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