Our 6 Favorite Beautiful & Free Winter Quilt Patterns

The chilly winter months present the perfect opportunity to get caught up in new quilting projects! What better time to buckle down and work on a gorgeous new throw or wall hanging than these frosty days when there’s just no motivation to go outdoors? If you’re contemplating quilt patterns, we’re here to help out. We’ve rounded up our six favorite winter-themed patterns available for free online. Scroll down to browse through them and find your inspiration!

from: Kay Funk: This is based on a pattern called Snowbound but I personalized it. It includes family houses and our kids. I'm peeking out behind a tree. Can you find me?

from: Kay Funk: “This is based on a pattern called Snowbound but I personalized it. It includes family houses and our kids. I’m peeking out behind a tree. Can you find me?”

1. Country Winter Bed Quilt

If you’re searching for an understated quilt that can be put to great use during those chilly winter nights, this is the one! A simple mix of gold, green, and red blocks, this free pattern from AllPeopleQuilt was designed by Lynette Jensen of Thimbleberries. It’ll add a little extra seasonal charm to any bedroom!

2. Winter Pines Wall Hanging

Nothing quite says “winter” like pine trees, and this lovely wall hanging designed by Joy Hoffman and Darlene Zimmerman features them front & center. A lovely combination of dark blue, silvery white, and grey, this quilt would be a great addition on any wall that’s in need of some winter cheer.

3. Winter Seeds Table Topper

This gorgeous table topper from the Crafty Quilter makes an ideal winter project. With its reds and light blues and branch motif, it will light up any dining room table– perfect for the holidays or any get-togethers throughout the winter season!

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4. Winter Warmup Lap Quilt

It doesn’t get much better than curling up by the fire with a soft, handmade lap quilt. You can make your very own this free pattern from Block Central. Earthy tones and a classic triangle, square & star design make it multi-purpose… feel free to use it year-round!

5. Snuggle Snowmen Quilt

This is truly a kid-friendly quilt– those three adorable snowmen peeking out from the top will win over just about anyone! Natalia Bonner and Kathleen Whiting over at Piece N Quilt provide you with a fantastic tutorial over on their blog.

6. Textured Tweety’s Snowfall

A gorgeous cardinal walks across a tree limb, gazing up at a snowflake, in this unique pattern from Quilter’s Newsletter. Designed by Wendy Butler Berns, the quilt features an applique technique that produces truly stunning results.

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