Since it is now officially December, I thought I could share a few fun Christmas-themed quilts each week until Christmas. Today, I thought I’d focus on Santa quilts. My goodness, there are quite a few! Here were a few I thought were cute.
First are these offerings of various Santa poses.
1950’s Santa Claus Quilt by Piece O’ Cake, and Santa Quilts Collage by Sojourn Quilts.
I love these next two. The first one technically has snowmen, too, but I love the design. I think the 3-d beards on the second one are adorable, too!
Santa by Apple Avenue Quilts, and 3-D Santa by McCall’s Quilting, sewn by Kelly Smith.
I love the pieced blocks surrounding this groovy Santa, and the houses and trees are wonderful in this more primitive version from Jan Patek.
Santa’s Village by Occasional Piece-Quilt and Santa Claus Lane by Jan Patek Quilts, Inc.
I love the appliqué and pieced blocks in this one, and a great, fun and bright Santa and friends are so cute for kids!
Santa by Dorothy Baker Designs and Christmas at Santa’s House by The Red Boot Quilt Company.
Last is a quilt I made from Piece O’ Cake designs. Their original quilt had fusible appliqué, but, knowing me, I had to do needle-turn appliqué. Yes, there is a reason for fusible, at times, because some of the pieces were SO tiny! But I do love the finished product, and I had fun with beads, buttons and crystals to finish it off. (The little white dots in the photo.)
Welcome to the North Pole by Piece O’ Cake, hand appliquéd by Cheryl Brown.
Hope you enjoyed this little infusion of Holiday cheer! Look for another set next week!