It’s Christmas in July friends! And to celebrate I’ve partnered with Keri from Catching Stitches to do a Quilt Kit GIVEAWAY!!

We’ll be giving away a quilt kit featuring the new Sweetwater line called Overnight Delivery along with my Vintage Christmas PDF pattern to one of you!

I’ve also put my Vintage Christmas PDF Pattern on sale for $5 for a limited time only! And Catching Stitches has listed the quilt kit to go with it in her shop as well! (Sale price will be valid from 7/27/18-8/1/18, and only good on the Vintage Christmas PDF pattern.)



As you can see this pattern has a super fun vintage truck theme, along with adorable and super easy Christmas trees!


–>> Click here to get the Vintage Christmas Quilt Pattern!



For my quilt front I used a mix of fabrics from the Mistletoe Lane fabric by Bunny Hill Lane for Moda. This line is actually out of print, but this quilt is sooo cute in Overnight Delivery I think I’m going to be making a second one!

For the backside I used the white snowflake print from Sweetwater’s Cookie Exchange fabric.



I also love a fun and festive red binding don’t you?!



And since it’s only July, you still have time to get this made in time for Christmas! Double Yay!


–>> Click here to get the Vintage Christmas Quilt Pattern!

Finished quilt size: 69” x 74”

Quilt design by Erica Arndt Copyright ©2016 Erica Made Designs, LLC



Head over to Catching Stitches Instagram to see how fun this pattern is in the Sweetwater Overnight Delivery line!

Enter below to win a free copy of my Vintage Christmas quilt pattern along with the fabric kit to make this fun quilt!

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  1. Is there a mistake in the pattern? I’m working with pieces L and 3 for the trunk of the tree in the back of the truck. Both pieces are 1.5” square. From the pictures in the pattern piece 3 should be larger. Please clarify. Thanks!

    Mary Frazier
  2. Erica, you recently responded to my comment question regarding your vintage truck and fall quilts being pieced or applique. Thank you. I was glad to hear that it is all pieced.
    Additionally, have you any plans or thoughts on making a vintage firetruck quilt pattern…for all those “kids” that want a fireman/firewomen? Maybe you could adapt the truck quilt accordingly? Thanks for the consideration. 🙂

    Deann Eberle
  3. Hi, When I first saw this pattern, I thought how cute. I’m almost done with putting together the Vintage Christmas quilt pattern and I have discovered an error. In the final pictures of “Assemble Quilt Center” the piece of fabric “J” is missing from the final illustrations. Yes, it shows it on the cutting instruction page and again at step 32. However, in the final assemble it does not show this piece it in the final illustrations. As I was looking at these pictures and placing my 1st truck next to the trees, I couldn’t figure out why the large tree was 3.5″ higher. I had to go back to each step to find the “J” piece missing from these. I had cut this piece, but hadn’t sewn it to the top of the truck yet. Maybe you could redo your illustration for future printing of this pattern. It is very misleading. Also, I would love to see instructions where you talk about cutting a strip of largest width, then subcutting down to get the most out of that strip and not waste much. I was able to do this and save much of what was required. Just thought for ease of use.

    Kimberly Poole
    1. Oh dear, yes, I see what you mean. Thanks for letting me know, I’ll update the graphic in the pattern! It does indicate to sew piece J to the top of the truck in step 32. As long as you sew J to the top of your truck before assembling the rows you should be good to go. Thanks for the feedback!


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