Walking in a Quilty Wonderland
There are few things that provide more comfort on a cold, snowy day than snuggling up in a quilt, doubly so when the quilt is winter-themed. Holiday-themed quilts are a great part of the season, and in this collection, we’ve attempted to suss out the patterns that can last throughout the winter season.
Many of the patterns featured here have great hashtags you can scroll through to see different versions of the quilts.
Cold Front by Wren Collective @wren.collective
Mittens may not be the most practical glove or provide for finger dexterity, but if you need cozy and warm, then yes! The heart detail on some of the pairs of mittens is so cute.
This pattern can be purchased at www.wren-collective.com
Asterisks by Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft @modernhandcraft
The Asterisks quilt has the versatility to be made as a snowflake, as an ‘asterisk,’ or even as fireworks. The pattern comes with instructions to make the pattern using a solid background or a scrappy patchwork version.
This pattern can be purchased at www.modernhandcraft.com
Knitted Star Quilt Lo and Behold Stitchery @loandbeholdstitchery
This quilt was inspired by a Fair Isle traditional knitting technique. It has a timeless quality, especially when made in two color tones, though we also love the way some makers have used a variety of colors when making it (be sure to check out #knittedstarquilt on IG).
This pattern can be purchased at www.loandbeholdstitchery.com
Cozy Nights by Laura Loewen of @quiltfortco
The sharp points of the larger, more modern star creates a dramatic impact while the smaller, more traditional patchwork star between them softens the overall look. The two stars are perfectly paired together in this merging of modern and traditional.
This pattern can be purchased at www.quiltfortcompany.com
Hat Hat Hooray! by Terry Atkinson of @atkinsondesigns
The scarf border that frames these adorable hats is clever. This quilt provides a great opportunity to make something bright and happy to help you through the dreary days of winter.
This pattern can be purchased at www.atkinsondesigns.com
The Sock Quilt by Kristina Brinkerhoff of @centerstreetquilts
Though not written as a Christmas-specific quilt, we can just see a red, white, and green version of it for decking the halls. This would be the perfect quilt pattern for all those random Christmas prints you’ve purchased over the years and have in your stash that have just been waiting for the right quilt to sew them into.
This pattern can be purchased at www.etsy.com/shop/centerstreetquilts
Falling Snow Quilt by Andrea Sims of @quiltingfor4
We like that the sleek, modern snowflake of this quilt has some extra detail to it without being too complicated.
This pattern can be purchased at www.etsy.com/shop/Quiltingfor4
From your friends at Curated Quilts, we wish you happy and healthy winter season!
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