Sep 23 07

“Free Motion Fun…With Vines and Leaves!” is HERE!!!!!

Our newest DVD, “Free Motion Fun…With Vines and Leaves!” (Volume 1) is finally here!! This DVD is really fun and has lots of great leaf and vine designs that are a blast to stitch! With fall just around the corner, this is the perfect time to work on learning new vine and leaf quilting motifs! This DVD has a total run time of 2 hours and 3 minutes and has 14 chapters that cover, among other things:

The Basic Curvaceous Vine:

(Once you’ve learned the mechanics of stitching out this vine, you’ll be able to stitch many different vines simply by substituting in different leaf shapes!)

The Whimsical Vine:

(Can you tell this is the cousin to the whimsical feather?!)

The Aggressive Vine:


The Light and Airy Branching Vine:


The Loop-D-Loop Vine:


The Garland of Daisies and Leaves:


Variation of Garland of Daisies and Leaves:


The Garland of Dogwood and Leaves:


The Garland of Roses and Leaves:

(Do you recognize the irregular swirl in there?!!)

Then, we have 3 chapters of hyperquilting Vines, kind of reminiscent of the hyperquilting chapters from the Feathers DVD:
Hyperquilting the Basic Vine:


Hyperquilting the Loop-D-Loop Vine:

Hyperquilting the Whimsical Vine:


Hyperquilting the Garland of Dogwood and Leaves:


After that, we have a chapter called “Ask Patsy!” where we answer many questions that I am asked routinely, and learn a lot of fun tricks! Check out the preview video clip and check out the free downloadable line drawings! These vines are really fun to stitch and I promise that you’ll have some real fun with them!


  1. Sally Bramald Says:

    They are lovely. It’s aways so exciting seeing what you are going to come up with next!

  2. Joanna Says:

    Wow these are gorgeous. The DVD sounds very interesting – could you tell me, are these designs for creating on a professional quilting machine or could us home sewers do them too?! I use a Juki 98Q.
    Thanks so much!

  3. Joanna Says:

    OK never mind – I just watched the preview video and my exact question was addressed – I should have watched it first!!
    BTW, I LOVE the quilt in the background of the video!