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Mountain Vista Quilt Kit Options

I’ve teamed up with two fabric shops -  Mashe Modern and Salt City Quilting Co. - to offer you some amazing options to make a Mountain Vista Quilt!

Kits at Mashe Modern

Mountain Vista Rainbow Kit - 18 Color Throw Size Kit

This kit contains a rainbow of Spectrastatic fabrics from Giucy Giuce! The background is Alison Glass Kaleidoscope in Sapphire. Click here to purchase the kit.

Mountain Vista Sunset Kit - 6 Color Throw Size Kit

This kit contains a lovely mix of Spectrastatic fabrics in warm reds, peaches and pinks and Alison Glass Kaleidoscope fabric in Charcoal for the background! Click here to purchase the kit

Mountain Vista Yellow Green Kit - 6 Color Throw Size Kit

This kit contains a divine mix of Spectrastatic fabrics in yellows and greens! The background is Uniform, a dark blue Century Solids from Andover Fabrics! Click here to purchase the kit. 

Rainbow Fabric Bundle at Salt City Quilting Co.

Megan, the owner of Salt City Quilting Co. pattern tested Mountain Vista using a  Kona rainbow bundle she curated for her shop. The bundle is called Deja Vu and she's offering fat eighth bundles for those interested in using it for the 18 Color Throw Size Mountain Vista option!!! (Psst - she also has Fat Quarter and Half Yard Bundles of Deja Vu too and well - you can always make a couple Mountain Vistas!) 

Photo from Salt City Quilting Co.

Here is a gorgeous photo Megan took of her Mountain Vista quilt using the Deja Vu bundle! 
Mountain Vista quilt top made by Megan Bauer. Photo Credit to Megan Bauer.

Megan used Kona Chalkboard as her background fabric and that is also available in her store - click here for Kona Chalkboard. You need 3 1/4 yards (that's three and one quarter yards) of the background fabric for the Throw Size quilt.

Finally, Megan is an amazing person and has offered you a discount code to use in her shop! Use code: MOUNTAINVISTA for 15% off your purchase now through Feb. 3 at 11:59 PM MST.


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