Scrappy Mountain Majesties







I've always admired this pattern.  It's so simple, yet striking.  Here's the first one I've made, but likely not the last.  It's a great scrappy quilt, using either value or color to show off the pattern.

It's basically just a big half square triangle, which you then cut into four strips, rearrange, and sew back together.

Tutorial right here.


14 comments:

  1. What a fabulous rendition of this design. Maybe just the nudge I need to finish mine up. Meanwhile, I'll just enjoy yours.

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  2. Love your scrappy mountains! Scrappy quilts are my favorite. Thanks for all of the pics.

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  3. Jolene, I am SO in love with your color sense!!
    You are an amazing fabric artist!!
    *Thank you* for all you do to share, encourage, and inspire!
    Pat T.

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  4. Such beautiful fabric combinations. I love patterns that make the fabric do the work! Love all the texture shots.

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  5. This is just stunning--beautifully done! I love this pattern too..hugs, Julierose

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  6. Love this! It just makes me want to raid your fabric stash.:)

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  7. I likes this pattern too, it very beatiful in these colours and pattern. Just soo i wanted to sew this quilt,i foud te Patter by quiltville. Thank for showing. Excuse my englisch iam from north Germany , my best wisches Frauke

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  8. This pattern has been on my To Make list for ages. LOVE it!! One of these days, I'll actually get around to making one. Maybe next year...

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  9. It is a striking pattern, and yours is gorgeous! I love the mix of fabrics you used- Kaffe, vintage, Wonderland, AMH....brilliant!

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  10. Oh I feel so inspired from your quilt - love this with the pretty bright colors much better than the muted and plaids - this is going on my to do list..
    What a wonderful job you did with this... and simple enough for my brain.
    MaryLou

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  11. A wonderful quilt. Love your mix of fabrics, very striking!

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  12. I love this pattern too. I made one and gave it away (photographed beautifully here in the woods of NH!). Seeing your scrappy version motivates me to make one to keep!

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  13. Love your painterly version of this pattern. And your charming pieced binding!

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  14. I have been wanting to make this pattern for a bit. Thanks for the to visit my scrap bag. Your color placement is enviable.

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