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