Nativity I made for grandkiddos 9 years ago. Wanted something they could play with and saw something somewhere online that inspired me. It's all free form stitching using stitches on my machine except faces that I did with embroidery designs bought for my machine.
Saw this Swirly Christmas tree wallhanging on Craftsy
http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/swirled-christmas-tree-quilt-pattern/17664 and had to have it. Made three of them this year using Steam a Seam. Used swirls in quilting, but they get a bit wonky in the colored areas where I was trying to get all the ends and edges of the prettiness. In last one also sprinkled in some stars near the top.
The strip wallhanging uses leftovers from my Christmas quilt I've posted about over at The Christmas Quilt Festival http://www.quilting-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/2012-christmas-quilt-show.html
First saw the ornaments runner at my lqs: The Attic Window. It's from the book My Runners that was found at Amazon, too. Made it this year. FMQ was swirls and stars with Merry Christmas written at either end near tree limbs.
Snowman quilt, made using free designs called Snowbound by Bunny Hill. I used pinwheel blocks instead of what they suggested. It's one of the favorite quilts I've ever made and my grandkiddos love it.