The Nordic Crossing Quilt Pattern is now available for sale in my shop! Get 20% off with code releaseday through Tuesday November 13th!
The Nordic Crossing Quilt Pattern has arrived! It is a modern quilt pattern with a classic design that is the perfect design for both simple fabrics and more complex designs. It comes in four sizes including baby, throw, large throw, and twin. The pattern includes several design options including using both fat quarters and yardage.
You guys I have been on this totally ride designing the Nordic Crossing Quilt! If you've been following along on Instagram you will have seen all the pretty fabrics as I made my way through piecing and testing the pattern.
p style="text-align: center;">It is not my first quilt pattern that I have designed, but it is my first that I have had the intention of producing printed patterns and making every version I can think of. Seriously, I have three more sitting here ready to be cut.
I have really been smitten by the quilt bug lately and the process of designing this quilt pattern has been so fulfilling as I watch what I have been truly passionate about, grow wings and fly. I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I do, it makes such a bold statement in both its minimal and complex forms.
After you get your copy of the Nordic Crossing Quilt Pattern be sure to sign up for the Quilt Along that will be starting after the Holidays, you can get the details here. There are over $500 in prizes. You can find more about the Quilt Along Here.
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I've also teamed up with Cottoneer Fabrics and they are offering the Nordic Crossing Quilt Bundle, which I am thrilled about. If you haven't heard of them, they are a small online quilt shop specializing in gorgeously curated quilt bundles and fabrics. I just bought several of their gorgeous bundles to make more Nordic Crossing Quilts in and can't wait to see how they turn out.I have provided the Material Requirments for all the quilt sizes so that you can easily reference them to get started.
What do you think?