Drumroll, please! The moment I’ve been simultaneously dreaming about and dreading (…HA) for the last year is finally here! It’s time to get your hands on my original brain-child and debut quilt pattern, Mirrored Mountains.
With half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles and curves (oh my!) it's a real skill-builder of a quilt that comes together quicker than you may expect. It's also a great way to push your piecing and an even better excuse to celebrate your perfectly-sharp points.
I originally designed Mirrored Mountains back in July 2018, and it sat safely in my brain for about 10 months until I actually did anything about it – did I just hear someone whisper “procrastinator”?! A spark finally ignited when Rebecca Bryan and Sarah Sharp announced the coral 2019 Pantone Challenge, since then I’ve rolled full steam ahead.
Now for the boring bits:
Skill level: Intermediate
Contains curve templates
Includes instructions for throw-size quilt (approximately 48in x 60in)
Colouring section included to help plan fabrics
Fabric swatch key on pages to help keep track
Step-by-step graphics and layout diagram included to accompany detailed instruction
Pattern assumes yardage to be 42in wide and seam allowances to be 1/4in
Not designed for directional prints
Fabric A: 1/2yd
Fabric B: fat quarter
Fabric C: 5/8yd
Fabric D: 1/2yd
Fabric E: fat quarter
Background fabric: 2yds
Binding fabric: 1/2yd
Now for the super-duper fun bit:
Buy your copy of the pattern here!
If my original coral quilt isn’t enough to spark your imagination, check out some of my amazing testers’ versions!