March 22, 2023

Ombre Mountains Quilt in Moments Fabric!

Today I'm sharing a beautiful Ombre Mountains quilt in Moments, a new fabric collection by Clothworks.  It's a wonderful blend of larger watercolor florals with itty bitty florals and blenders in pinks, peaches, blues, and greens.

Quilt shop owners - you can read more about stocking Moments in your shop and creating Ombre Mountains quilt kits right here at the Clothworks website.  There are also two versions that use six prints, one in blue/green and one in peach/pink, and you'll find details on how to kit them at Clothworks, as well.

The Ombre Mountains quilt pattern is available in the Busy Hands Quilts shop.

Ombre Mountains Quilt Pattern

Due to the piece sizes in this quilt not being overly small, this design is quick and easy to make.  The directions show you how to create the HSTs so they flow from one print to the next.

This quilt pattern includes 6 sizes - Baby, Lap, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King - and piece sizes vary by quilt size to create the different sizes.  I love doing all of the math for you!

Ombre Mountains uses 14 different fabrics, generally a few fabrics from three to four colorways is most effective.  This quilt ranges from blues at the top to greens, then peaches to deep pinks.

Longarm Quilting

The digital longarm quilting design is Ribbon Curls in Ash colored thread to blend in with all of the fabrics.  I love the swirls swirling across the quilt top, softening the lines of the piecing.

This quilt was pieced by my sewist Kare and quilted and bound by me.

The Ombre Mountains quilt pattern is available in the Busy Hands Quilts shop.

The Ombre Mountains quilt pattern is available in the Busy Hands Quilts shop.

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1 comment:

  1. I do like the swirls quilting pattern. That would be great for one of those sets of fabric we fell in love with, collected, and never used.


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