Range Quilt Pattern Now Available!

Range Quilt Pattern Now Available!
July 29, 2016 nicole
In Finished Projects, Patterns, Quilts

Hi friends,

Today is one of my happiest “quilt” days ever – my first ever quilt pattern is finally ready! The Range quilt has been a serious work in progress, not that it is difficult to make… it just took us forever to finish it.

Modern Handcraft // Range Quilt PDF Pattern

My husband Jerome was a huge help on this one, I had a few other quilts made and instructions being tweaked when he came out of left field with this design and we decided to make this the first pattern release.

Modern Handcraft // Range Quilt PDF Pattern

The design of the Range quilt was inspired by a mountain range in the distance but can also be a range of complimentary colors.

The Range quilt is also the first in my solids series, quilts that look amazing in solid fabrics and have areas of negative space. I love working with solids, they are timeless and always look current. Working through my cut up Kona card I came up with six different color combos that are also included in the pattern, and I hope that you will enjoy them as options for your project or as inspiration to create your own color combo.

Modern Handcraft // Range Quilt PDF Pattern

Modern Handcraft // Range Quilt PDF Pattern

One extra I like to have on all of my Modern Handcraft patterns are instructional videos that help out on the trickier parts of the construction. Like the Hexie Pillow pattern, there is a link in the PDF pattern to a video assisting you on template and cutting instructions.

Modern Handcraft // Range Quilt PDF Pattern

Also a big thank you to Crinklelove for the amazing quilting on all three Range quilts I have created so far, the patterns they helped me choose really did make the most of the design.

Thanks for stopping by today friends!

– Nicole


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Comment (1)

  1. Gina 3 months ago

    I have the perfect spot to hang this quilt on a wall. Any advice on how to make this a smaller scale and still keep the beauty of the “range”?

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