Holiday Lodge Christmas Throw Quilt Dark Version

This is second Holiday Lodge throw quilt that I finished last week. You can see the first one (the light version) in this post.

This quilt uses a Holiday Lodge panel as well as some of the fabrics from the “Holiday Lodge” line by Deb Strain for Moda Fabrics. I have added in fabrics from Tula Pink’s “Holiday Homies”, Basic Grey’s “Evergreen”, Kate and Birdie’s “True North” and other fabrics from my stash. There are also Kona snow and Kona black solids. The Holiday Lodge fabrics were purchased from Funky Monkey Fabrics and Thread Count Fabrics.

Holiday Lodge Christmas Throw Quilt Dark Version.
Holiday Lodge Christmas Throw Quilt pieced and quilted by Daydreams of Quilts.

The Holiday Lodge quilt is available here in the Daydreams of Quilts Etsy shop.

We did actually get some snow here the day before this photo was taken which would have been nice for photos but I’m not sad that it melted quickly.

Close-up of Christmas stag.

These fabrics fit in perfectly with the farmhouse decor trend. They make me wish I could spend Christmas in a cozy cabin in the mountains.

Close-up of quilting.
Close-up of some of the quilting motifs.

I quilted this quilt with various custom quilting motifs including stippling, wishbones, straight lines and loop-de-loops around the plaid bears, trees and stags. The border is quilted with feathers.

The black shooting star fabric as the background for the trees is a Figo Fabrics print from Studio 39 Fabrics.

The dark wood grain fabrics are what really make this quilt! The wood grain background on the bows is a Northcott fabric.
The back of the quilt is red and black buffalo plaid.
The back of the quilt is the red and black buffalo plaid check from the “Holiday Lodge” line.

The present block is from Thimble Blossoms “Handmade with Love” pattern. The ornament block is from Thimble Blossoms “Vintage Holiday” pattern.

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