I made Good Cheer! in 2013 with blocks from the Progressive Swap.
You can read more about it, and see the bargain-Christmas-fabric backing here
I made two patchwork Christmas pillows long ago and bring them out every year. The pine tree was inspired by a Marti Michell quilt called "Cardinal in the Pines." I no longer have the book and I keep meaning to interlibrary loan a copy so I can get thae pattern to make a bed-sized quilt. The wreath was in McCall's Quick Quilts. The pattern called for appliqueing circles for the berries. I opted for buttons.
Today's fabric decision: which vintage tablecloth will I put on the table for Christmas dinner? I checked the inventory and found all of these.
Table runners. The one on the left hasn't been used. You often see evenly-spaced identical motifs on runners or table cloths. That's because they were designed to be able to be cut apart, hemmed, and sold as napkins.
I have some vintage Christmas dishtowels, too, but if I open the dishtowel box I will not get anything else done today.
See other Christmas quilts in the linkup at Bonnie's Quiltville.