Mountain Horizon Quilt Pattern by Lo & Behold Stitchery
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.
This is an intermediate pattern, which requires sewing curves and working with bias edges. This pattern assumes that the quilter has a basic knowledge of quilting. Paper templates for the curved pieces are provided and I recommend cutting them out and tracing them onto a sturdy surface such as cardboard or plastic template paper.
This pattern is written for five sizes: Wall Hanging (17″ x 34″), Baby (34″ x 34″), Throw (51″ x 68″), Full/Queen (85″ x 119″), and King (119″ x 119″). Since this pattern is block based, you can easily add or subtract blocks to customize size.
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″.
This pattern includes helpful diagrams and a coloring page to help you plan your fabric selection.
Tip! Pattern requires cutting along bias edges, meaning fabric is prone to stretch. Handle fabric carefully and use starch as desired.