A Zola Christmas Quilt

The Zola Christmas Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
As much as I love Christmas quilts, I don't love that they have to be stowed away for the majority of the year. So, when I decided to make a Christmas quilt this year, I needed it to be just kind of vaguely Christmassy so that it would fit into my living room year round.

The Zola Christmas Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

After some planning I decided that I wanted a couple of things:
1. To use my Zola Quilt pattern because it kind of resembles wrapped gifts.
2. To use a variety of solids that didn't scream Christmas.

The Zola Christmas Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

Isn't it fun? I am feeling pretty pleased with it myself. It has red and green - but also pink, yellow, orange, and even purple. It will fit in perfectly with my not-color-coordinated, all-bought-on-clearance Christmas decor.

The Zola Christmas Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

I did go a little literal with the backing and binding on this quilt - the backing fabric is Gingham Play in Cherry and the binding is Cotton Couture Spearmint.

Here are the Cotton Couture colors I used in my quilt:
Bright White

The Zola Christmas Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting Right now I am just ecstatic that I actually finished a holiday quilt before the actual holiday. I'm off to give this one a wash so we can start using it!

If you would like to pick up your own copy of the Zola Quilt, head over to the shop!

p.s. If you are still looking for some fun Christmas options for quilters, check out this stocking stuffer post I wrote last year!


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