Everything is more fun with a friend, so I hope you will join me for the Vintage Christmas 2 quilt-a-long starting November 1, 2021. This is such a fun holiday quilt pattern, and I can’t wait to sew along with you!

I am going to break it up into four weeks, so we can get be ready for the holiday season. But of course, you can go at your own pace! Make sure to share your progress pictures using #vintagechristmas2qal so we can all see your work!

I’ll be posting my progress regularly on Instagram and Facebook so make sure to follow along with me there. And I’ll share little tips as we go in my IG and FB stories, so make sure to check each day for updates!

Quilt-a-Long Schedule:

November 1: Tree Blocks

November 8: Truck Blocks

November 15: Pinwheels and Holly

November 22: Sashing and borders

November 29: Assemble Top, Baste, Quilt, & Bind!

Supplies:

You will need:

  • 4-1/2 yards – white (background) 
  • Red (Trucks): 8 FQs or 2 yards red
  • Grey: 1 FQ or 1/4 yard
  • Black: 1 F8 or 1/8 yard 
  • Low Vol. (window): 1 F8 or 1/8 yard
  • Green: 6 FQs or 1-1/2 yards
  • Aqua: 2 F8s or 1/4 yard
  • Red (Border): 1/4 yard
  • Binding (Black): 3/4 yard
  • Backing/Batting: 5-1/2 yards 

Finished Size: 74″ x 83″

Fabric used: I used a mix of Sweetwater Christmas Prints for Moda, their new line, Red Barn Christmas, is perfect for this project!

Pattern Level: Beginner-Intermediate

This entire quilt is traditionally pieced! It does have several pieces, so I think it’s a beginner-intermediate level pattern. However, the pattern does include step-by-step graphic illustrations and written instructions, and you’re welcome to email me if you have any questions at all!

So I say if you like it, go for it!

To join in, just follow me on Instagram and Facebook and post any progess pics using #vintagechristmas2qal

See you November 1st for the quilt-a-long!

3 Comments

  1. Hi Erica,
    I’m very excited to join you and many others in the Vintage Christmas 2 quilt along!
    I have only question should we have all the fabric cut in advance or will we be cutting along with you?
    Thanks
    Sandy

    Sandy Dube

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