Well the pattern for the quilt is finally finished. I decided to add fabric requirements and instructions for Throw, Queen, and King size variations as well. I’m sorry it took so much longer than I anticipated. But it’s ready! You can buy it in my shop here. (If you are buying from the EU, please buy it through my Etsy shop as they can take care of the VAT.)
We took a quick trip to Capitol Reef National Park at the beginning of the summer. It’s such a gorgeous setting with the perfect south-westish feel so naturally I smuggled the quilt with us on the trip so I could grab some pictures.
I am SO pleased with how well the pictures turned out! It’s always a gamble depending on lighting, weather, children’s patience, etc. and all of those things seemed to work together perfectly for this quilt-photo-shoot.
This shot is my favorite with the pioneer barn and orchards in Fruita in the background combined with that signature red rock. And of course, another horse. 🙂
The fabric I used for this project is Artisan by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics. You can read more about the fabric and the perfect quilting by Melissa of Sew Shabby Quilting on this post here. Artisan Fabrics available from the Fat Quarter Shop.
As previously mentioned the pattern is now available in my Pattern Shop (as well as Etsy for all of you EU folks).(Pattern is available only as a PDF at the current time but fingers crossed hard copies will be available for personal purchase and shops by this fall!)
One more Public Service Announcement: Honey Be Good Fabrics is moving! Since they don’t want to haul lots of fabric bolts across the country, they are having an excellent sale right now – 30% off all in-stock fabric. Since Honey Be Good specializes in organic fabrics (which can cost a little more) this is a great time to get some good stuff at great prices!