FREE PATTERNS using Windham Fabrics’ VINE (by Henry Ford)

Hello Friends, continuing the traditional theme of quilts from yesterday’s post, I am sharing with you today a really fun fabric group called Vine from Windham Fabrics.  Vine is a fabric group inspired by Susan McCord’s Vine Quilt. This is a picture of the original Vine Quilt, courtesy of quiltindex.org:

Windham Fabrics released a fabric line based on the meticulously applique vines from he original Vine quilt. Click here to view the fabric group!  You will not notice that the main print is actually printed with the applique vines.  So quilters get the benefit of the applique vines, except they don’t have to applique the pieces.

I am happy to share with you the designs I did with this fabric group.

#1.  Ascension.  Free pattern download here.  Kits are available for purchase here.

#2.  Trellis.  Free pattern download here. Kits are available for purchase here.

Friends, if there ever is a “cheater” quilt I like, it would be the ones using that vine print!!!

Thank you for stopping by!  I hope you have a lovely rest of your day.

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My 2017 Line-up

Editorial Feature

American Patchwork & Quilting (Jan/Feb 2017):  Close Quarters (Cover Quilt)

McCall’s Quilting (May/June 2017): Village Square (Cover Quilt)

McCall’s Quick Quilts (Feb/March 2017):  I’m Blue For You

McCall’s Quick Quilts (April/May 2017): Stamp Pad

 

Free-to-use Design

Jan 2017:  Stars and Stripes Forever (Hoffman Fabrics)

Jan 2017:  HOPE (Windham Fabrics)

Jan 2017:  Bleecker Street (Quilting Treasures)

Feb 2017: Sheeps and Peeps (Quilting Treasures)

Feb 2017: Smarty Cats (Windham Fabrics)

Feb 2017: Wildwood Way (RJR Fabrics)

March 2017: Hamilton (Windham Fabrics)

April 2017: Vines (Windham Fabrics)

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4 thoughts on “FREE PATTERNS using Windham Fabrics’ VINE (by Henry Ford)

  1. Dear Wendy, I read every one of your posts
    I enjoy them, your creativity and your generosity in sharing your patterns and ideas
    ♥️
    I have been really busy. I am so blessed.
    The second quilt is my favorite layout. What delightful fabric

  2. How pretty! Yes, those vines are the ultimate “cheater” fabric :) But I’m already picturing using the Trellis pattern to highlight other large scale prints, or even little panels. That double border is such a nice design element. Thanks for sharing, Wendy!

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