I am so excited! I get to share a new free quilt pattern with you today! I designed this project for the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store. They put together fat quarter sets with some gorgeous new menswear plaids and gave me a bundle to play with.
Working with these fabrics was so much fun and inspired the name for this quilt - tear-able - because, well the fabric rips perfectly on grain! I tore all the strips and then sub-cut them to the sizes I used for the blocks. I like the pun on the word terrible/tearable so I decided to use that for the project name.
Here are the project instructions: I can email them to you as well. Just send me a note that you'd like me to do that.
This is my fourth free project I've designed for the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store. You might remember the Tree Poncho that I designed for them last November. That was featured on Craft Gossip and the Woolen Mill Store blog!
There are so many ways to layout this quilt. The fat quarter sets are 8 different plaids and are larger than a regular fat quarter because the width of the fabrics are sixty four inches. The set I used is called the Alberta Set. And all the fabrics are sold by the yard so you can get any of them for the back. I can't wait to see what you make!
PS Got a great shout out over at Craft Gossip for this project! Thanks guys!!!