Patchwork Landscape Wall Hanging
Beginner | 46 min 53 sec
Capture the beauty of a mountain landscape in a quilted, geometric wall hanging that bursts with color. Quilt instructor and life-long textile lover Leslie Shucker serves as your gentle guide as you craft a wall hanging of your own. Learn how to cut out fabric shapes using an EZ Quilting template, assemble and sew the patchwork landscape, then lightly quilt all the layers together. Switch the color palette to cooler tones for a moonlit night scene, or go neutral or monochrome to suit your own color mood. Leslie's design includes a hanging tube for a wooden dowel so that you can display your masterpiece for all to enjoy.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Quiting cotton fabrics- 9 colors ¼ yard of each
  • Backing fabric - 25” x 32” for backing and 6” x 24” for hanger
  • Coordinating sewing thread
  • EZQuilting® Tri-Recs Template
  • EZQuilting® Circle Cut Template
  • Rotary cutter and cutting mat
  • Scissors
  • Pins or clips
  • Double-sided fusible web
  • Batting - 25" x 32"
  • One pack of Wrights® premade double fold quilt bias tape
  • Sewing machine
  • Walking foot
  • Iron and ironing surface
  • Dowel rod for hanging
  • Class PDF
Learn how to:
  • Sew a quilted wall hanging
  • Cut fabric shapes using EZ Quilting templates
  • Assemble and sew a patchwork quilt top
  • Machine quilt
  • Attach bias tape and miter corners
  • Create a tube for hanging your quilt

What you'll get:
  • A video class on making your own pattern, sewing, and quilting a patchwork landscape wall hanging
  • 7 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list
  • Step-by-step instructions by Leslie Schucker
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
Class PDF
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Class Reviews
65 users recommended this class to a friend
Regina Conti
Thank you!
January 7, 2023
Madeleine Strubbe
I would have done flip and sew to quilt it as you went, but she did a lovely job. I do think I'll do it in another colorway.
More than 3 months ago
Annemarie Kammler
I liked the way it was so real. By that I mean, I liked that she left in the places where she struggled a little here and there. I would suggest she mentioned that she is dealing with a lot of bias edges and it would behoove the sewer to starch the fabric so it holds its shape. It's simple but beautiful.
More than 3 months ago