Farmhouse Christmas Pattern


I have a new quilt pattern to share with you today: Farmhouse Christmas! Farmhouse Christmas is the perfect classic and timeless quilt to snuggle up in this holiday. The trees are made from patchwork plaid units so the plaid ends up perfect no matter what color scheme you choose.


The Farmhouse Christmas quilt has nine jumbo-sized tree blocks and finishes at 60″ x 72″. The pattern is clearly written with easy to follow instructions and detailed diagrams. As a bonus, directions for a half-sized tree block are also included. The half-sized block is perfect for smaller projects like pillow covers and table runners.

The green and white tree below is one of the half-sized blocks and it turned out so cute with the dark background! I’ll be making it into a pillow cover, but think I might need to make a whole quilt out of brighter prints with the darker background!


You can find the Farmhouse Christmas PDF pattern in my Etsy shop HERE or my Craftsy shop HERE. If you make your own version, please remember to share a photo with me by using the hashtag #centerstreetquilts on social media or post straight to my Center Street Quilts facebook page.

Happy sewing!


8 thoughts on “Farmhouse Christmas Pattern

  1. Is there a mistake on the pattern??? Please reply ASAP I’m in the kiddie if making it! It says 5 ½ inches for grey. Do you meant 2 ½?


  2. Hello, I ordered and paid for a pdf copy of the Farmhouse Christmas pattern last evening. I h as very checked my gmail, and still have received nothing. Please let me know if there is something else you do. Thank you.


  3. Hi, Getting ready to cut my fabrics for your Farmhouse Christmas quilt 😀 My fabric requirements reads : gray fabric (9) 5″ X WOF Strips .. is this correct ? Then when I read the cutting instructions it reads : Cut each of the nine (9) 5″ X WOF strips first into TWO (2) 2 1/2″ X WOF strips ????

    Thanks !


    1. Hi Susan! Thanks for getting in touch and I’m sorry for any confusion on that step. Yes, the info is correct. You’ll need to cut (2) 2.5″ x WOF strips for each of the nine trees (so you’ll end up with a total of (18) 2.5″ x WOF strips. And 2.5 + 2.5= 5″ x WOF for the fabric requirement. I hope that helps!


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