Making Vines for Adelicia Sampler Quilt Tutorial - Sharon Keightley Quilts

Making Vines for Adelicia Sampler Quilt Tutorial

June 28, 2022

Making Vines for Adelicia Sampler Quilt Tutorial

Today I thought I would share my method for creating the vines in the Adelicia Sampler Quilt. I love how the vines have a little extra dimension using this easy method.

Take a look at the video to see me working on the vines and talking about my process.

 

Happy Stitching

Sharon

You can find the blocks here for the Adelicia Sampler Quilt

Adelicia Sampler Quilt

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