Autumn Walk Quilt Pattern



Walking through the woods on a clear autumn day, the sunlight glinting through the leaves of the trees, with mountains all around, you spot a stag in the distance and take a moment to breath in and enjoy.  The perfect quilt top to set off a few favorite fabrics with ample negative space gives this quilt a clean, crisp refreshing feel – just like an autumn walk through the woods.  This quilt top is assembled with applique and foundation paper piecing. Pattern includes detailed cutting instructions and printouts for staying organized as you cut. Detailed, full color assembly diagrams are included for each section of the quilt top. Foundation paper piece patterns are shaded for easier placement of fabric when sewing, and full instructions with diagrams are given for assembling the stag head after printing. Pattern does not include foundation paper piecing or applique instructions.  Finished quilt measures 48″ x 58″.

Fabric Requirements
+ 3 Yards Background Fabric
+ 1 Fat Quarter Print for Stag Head
+ 1 Fat Quarter Print for Twinkle Blocks
+ 4 Fat Quarter Prints for Triangles
+ 3 Yards Backing Fabric
+ ½ Yard Binding Fabric

Fabrics Used: “Arizona” prints by April Hordes for Art Gallery Fabrics, Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solid in White, Robert Kaufman Spot On for binding.

Pattern does NOT include foundation paper piecing instructions.  For a simple beginner foundation paper piecing pattern with instructions, try out the Freezing Rain Table Runner.

This is a digital product and will be available for download after purchase.