classic quilt block delectable mountains quilting

Delectable mountains video tutorial

This technique is called Delectable mountains and can be made using a different number of strips.

It can be made in coordinated fabrics or scrappy. It goes quickly and you have different layout options with it.

This is how you make it.

Fabrics

The fabrics I used on the video are by Michael Miller:

Check also my other delectable mountains video:

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Delectable mountains quilting technique with 3 strips video tutorial

3 comments

  1. I really look forward to seeing your videos; they are creative, easy to follow and look great. I always get inspired watching you sew! Thank you for so generously sharing your ideas!

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  2. Hi Teresa! I love your no nonsense tutorials. This video for Delectable Mountains is perfect! Thank you!! I see that you will be in Issue 42 of Make Modern! Congrats!!

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  3. I love your videos! Simple and to the point, I always suggest your videos to new quilters. And I’ve picked up quite a few new tricks here, too! Long time viewer who really appreciates a video without the extra talk about your pets, your health, etc.

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