I’ve designed so many Christmas quilts over the years, my house is filled with them.  Not all at once of course. Many remain folded on the shelves, waiting for a chance to be shared.   From my very first one, Catch A Christmas Star, to my latest one, Mistletoe Lane, there are many in-between.  I thought it’d be fun to decorate this blog post with them.  Are you ready?  Warning, this post is picture heavy!

“Catch A Christmas Star” was my very first Christmas quilt, designed in 2004.

Catch a Christmas Star 003

“Snowman Country” came along in 2006:

Snowman Country Web View

2007 brought “All Things Christmas”:

All Things Christmas Web photo copy

The Original Version of “Postcard Cuties for Winter” made its debut in 2008…

Postcards winter web

…along with “I Believe in Angels”:

Angel Quilt Photo

“A Vintage Christmas” came along in 2009:

A Vintage Christmas web

“The Night Before Christmas” came in 2010:

Full photo

And “Snowbound” also came in 2010!


“Merry Merry Snowmen” came along in 2011…

Merry Merry Snowmen web photo

and 2013 brought “I Believe in Snowmen”…

I Believe In Snowmen Full Web

…”Christmas Wheels”…


…along with my new version of “Postcard Cuties for Winter” with wool applique…


…and “A Woodland Christmas”.  2013 was a very busy year!

BHD A Woodland Christmas

2014 brought “Icicle Days”…


…and”Mistletoe Lane”!


Wow, that’s a lot of Christmas Quilts!  I hope I didn’t forget any!  All of these were made using fabrics from Moda!  And, guess what?  I’m working on a new Christmas Quilt for 2016!

If you’re a quilt shop reading this post, and you still have kits available for any of these quilts with original fabrics, please let me know and I’ll add you to this post.

Quilting By The Bay in Panama City, Florida  has A Woodland Christmas with all the original fabrics!

Jennifer’s Quilt Shop in Michigan has 3 kits left for Christmas Wheels, and 1 kit left for Wish on a Star!

Have a great week everyone!



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