Raven’s Throne is the 3rd quilt in a series of scenic row quilts designed by Marie Noah, and inspired by the Row by Row Experience. The row features pieced flying geese blocks in the background with a rustic outhouse nestled in the trees. This combination creates the illusion of intricate detail, yet it’s achieved with basic quilting skills. The row can be made without borders, and combined with other row patterns for a larger quilt project, or finished with the border to make a single art quilt. The choice is yours.
We had a good laugh coming up with the name for this row. Our staff generally has an abundance of unique titles to throw into the hat. Raven’s Throne seemed very fitting to the sagging old outhouse under the raven’s domain. We just had to go with it!
No Need to Cut Raven’s Throne Applique Pieces By Hand
If tracing and cutting all the intricate little pieces in Raven’s Throne isn’t your thing, our laser cut, pre-fused kit options are the way to go. All you do is piece the background, remove the backing paper from the appliques, place them in the scene and fuse with an iron. Finally add borders, or additional rows, and quilt as desired. Basic sewing skills is all that is needed to complete this project.
Stay tuned! There are more patterns to come in the series. Expected release in June 2017.
Raven’s Throne is traditional piecing with fusible applique. Very simple to make. Available in 3 easy options.
Finished Size with Borders 14 1/2″ x 41 1/2″
Finished Size Row Only 9″ x 36″
Skill Level: Basic Sewer
LASER CUT KIT WITH PATTERN
Includes: Complete full color instructions for piecing and “Easy Fusible Applique” Techniques. Laser cut, pre-fused appliques, fabrics to complete quilt top and binding as pictured.
Includes: Applique Pieces, laser cut and pre-fused (Pattern sold separately.)
If cutting out fabric pieces isn’t your forte, or you just want to get started on your project right away, our laser cut appliques are the perfect choice. We’ve done the hard part for you!
Includes: Complete full color instructions for piecing and “Easy Fusible Applique” Techniques.
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Row Patterns In The Series:
Moose Lake – Row by Row 2015
Borealis Ridge – Row by Row 2016
Raven’s Throne – Row Pattern, Released June 2016
Night Watch – Row Pattern, Released April 2017
Morning Stroll – Row Pattern, Realeased June 2017
Caribou Crossing – Row Pattern, Released May 2017
End of the Row – Row Finishing Pattern, June 2017
Aurora Run – Row by Row 2017, June 2017