The Mountain Horizon quilt by Lo & Behold Stitchery is one of our absolute faves! We couldn't resist making this Baby sized (33" x 33") quilt kit modeled after this versions made by Lo & Behold Stitchery.
Please note it is not an exact replica of the colours but it is very close as you can see in the second image.
About the Kit
The kit includes the paper pattern and the following cuts of Art Gallery, Kona and Bella Solids to create the quilt front of the Baby sized version:
- 3 (1/4 yard) cuts in blues
- 1 (1/2 yard) cut of the lightest blue
- 1 (1/2 yard) cut of Kona Grellow
- 1 (1/2 yard) cut of Bella Bleached White
- 1 (1/2 yard) cut of Bella Peach Blossom
- 1 (1/2 yard) cut of Art Gallery Blushing
Totaling 3.25 yards of fabric.
We have labeled the cut pieces to align with the pattern numbers, however there is enough fabric included that you can play around with your quilt layout to create exactly what you want.
About the Pattern
This listing is for a PAPER copy of Mountain Horizon. The pattern is printed on a 5.5" x 8.5" booklet using high quality paper. It is enclosed in a clear zip bag. Pattern will be shipped in 1-3 business days. A digital copy can be purchased here. I also have quilt kits available in my shop.
Mountain Horizon is inspired by the way the sun rises and falls over a mountain range, and the resulting colors of the horizon. Each block plays off the next with the sun coming between two mountain peaks.
Five sizes: Wall Hanging (16" x 33"), Baby (33" x 33"), Throw (49" x 65"), Full/Queen (81" x 114"), and King (114" x 114"). Since this pattern is block based, you can easily add or subtract blocks to customize size.
Pattern includes helpful diagrams, thorough instructions, alternate color-way ideas and a coloring page to plan your quilt.
Skill Level: Intermediate
This pattern is traditionally pieced. Templates are provided for the curved pieces. I recommend cutting those out and tracing them onto a sturdy surface such as cardboard or plastic template paper.
This pattern is written for use of Fat Eighths/Quarters or Yardage. A Fat Eighth is considered a 9 x 21" cut of fabric and a Fat Quarter is considered a 18 x 21" cut of fabric. All yardage is assumed to be 42" wide. All seam allowances are 1/4".
Pattern requires cutting and sewing along bias edges. Use starch as desired.
Pattern is for personal use only. Duplication of any kind is prohibited.
You may sell quilts that you make using Lo & Behold patterns, but please give design credit to Lo & Behold Stitchery.