Colorado Escape landscape quilt pattern shows purple mountains in the distance with green rolling hills and wildflowers and an aspen tree in the foreground by Colorado Creations Quilting
 Display of all  fabrics needed for the Colorado Escape quilt kit available at Colorado Creations Quilting.  Fabrics feature richly-colored batiks and an amazing wildflower print.

Colorado Escape Quilt Kit

Regular price $88.99 $0.00


You too can make this awesome wall hanging which uses luscious batiks and a little bit of shading (optional). The quilt measures approximately 32" x 32". The pattern uses a raw-edged-fusible technique and my own technique developed to get every piece in just the right place! Step-by-step instructions and a full-sized pattern are provided. (Other stores are selling their kit version for as much as $106.50!)

Skill level- advanced beginner to intermediate.

"Thanks so much.  I just ordered two kits.  When my daughter saw the pattern she wanted one too!" -Debbie M., Longmont, Colorado

What the kit includes:

  • The pattern “Colorado Escape”
  • Enough fabric to make the quilt top with borders and binding (backing and batting not included) The pattern calls for 16” squares of fabric or large pieces. An insert giving you precise instructions as to which fabric goes where.
  • Sharpie marker-black and silver
  • A substitute for the clear vinyl.  It's not exact but during these troubled times, I know how hard it is to find "non-essential" items-so this will do in a pinch!

What the kit does NOT include:

  • Fusible web- I’ve found over the years that people are pretty particular about the type of fusible web they like to work with. So, I have not provided this in the kit; BUT I do have my two favorites on my website if you need some. I recommend Wonder Under for this project which you can find here.
  • Vinyl (clear plastic)-You can purchase this in the home decorating area of your local craft store. If you don’t have one close by you, clear cellophane wrap works too (it’s just not as sturdy)-3/4 yard 
  • Any of the optional notions-well, because they’re optional and not everyone wants to use them.

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