Wild Moose Chase - Primary Herd

Have I got Moose for you! We have a few more versions of our Wild Moose Chase pattern to share with you over the next few days. We hope you find them very a-moose-ing and exmoose our terrible puns! But, truly, we have all these amazing puns from our naming contest and they all make us giggle - sometimes laugh out loud! Any who, let’s get down to business and show you our first Wild Moose Chase project.

Wild Moose Chase - Primary Herd

Meet the Primary Moose herd! Each of the four moose blocks is made with two coordinating fabrics of the same color - red, yellow, green and blue. And before you start saying “Green isn’t a primary color.” I know, I just think they all look good together, so I am breaking the rules! We used a black tone-on-tone for the background that really allows the colors to pop. Add in a little natural cork for the antlers and you have an adorable Wild Moose Chase wall-hanging perfect in any classroom or playroom!

Wild Moose Chase - Primary Herd

Kristy quilted this wall-hanging with a variegated thread in an overall swirl and it is absolutely the perfect way to complete this wall hanging! That and the little primary bits in the binding of course - you know me, I couldn’t resist!

Wild Moose Chase - Primary Herd

Quick Quilt Stats:

    • Made & Quilted by: Shayla & Kristy Wolf
    • Quilting: Swirls in rainbow variegating thread
    • Pattern: Wild Moose Chase
    • Fabric: Assorted Scraps in Primary Colors + Natural Cork + Black Tone-on-tone
    • Finished Size: Tall 29" x 28"
    • Techniques: Basic patchwork + Fusible Appliqué

Wild Moose Chase - Primary Herd

Alright, time to vamoose for now, but we will be back tomorrow with more puns and another version of Wild Moose Chase!

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