Friday, May 18, 2018

Wrangler - A New Pattern

 Today I am excited to release my newest quilt pattern - Wrangler. It is a combination of modern and traditional styles. The cream colored rectangles are the lassos and represent the cowboys and the modern part of this pattern. The navy stars represent America, patriotism, and freedom and are the more traditional part of this pattern.  I love the rustic fell of this quilt!

The key to success in this pattern is choosing an accent fabric (the star points) that is darker than the rest of the prints. Here is the pattern in some different fabric lines. The first one is Elementary by Moda shown below.

But I wanted to show you some more looks you can get by changing out the background and star fabrics.  This one is made from Kate Spain's Voyage with purple stars and an aqua background.

Choosing an accent fabric that is closer in value to the rest of the prints will also be successful, but will provide you with a softer look like the one shown in Moda's fabric line Scrumptious. So pretty!

Lastly, a fun rainbow of colors off set with a gray background and navy stars. Because who doesn't love a bright and cheery quilt!

I made the lap size quilt, but the pattern has instructions to make the quilt in 6 sizes - Wall, Baby, Lap, Twin, Queen, and King.

If you'd like to purchase the pattern it is available as a PDF download on Craftsy or Etsy.

Linking with Busy Hands Quilts, Crazy Mom Quilts, and Can I Get a Whoop Whoop.


  1. Hi Shannon,
    You amaze me! Another new pattern - you are just on a roll aren't you?!! I barely had time to download and look at the last one ~big grin~. I love, love, LOVE seeing this in all the different colorways. My favorite is the very last scrappy one! Those stars and rectangles really pop out to me. Geez, you are really tempting me to drop everything . . . I am definitely PINing for later. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. This is such a neat pattern! I think the last rainbow version is my favorite!

  3. Look at you go cranking out another fun pattern so quickly!! Wishing you all the best:)

  4. What a nice pattern. And so many color options. Pretty.

  5. I’ve had fun catching up on your blog today. You have made some beautiful quilts. I love your patterns as well.


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