Create your own heirloom crazy quilts with help from world-famous expert Judith Baker Montano! This classic guide has been updated in full color. New projects, new photography, and up-to-the-minute techniques make the process more user-friendly than ever. 3 new designs for a total of 10 beautiful projects to get you started, including wallhangings, jewelry, and an evening bag. Judith walks you through the process of putting together a crazy quilt using her unique center piece method, showing you how to choose fabrics and lay the foundation, to adding decorative details and solving problems. Detailed instructions for traditional embroidery stitches, beading, lace, fabric painting, and other creative embellishments. Dozens of color photos of stunning crazy quilts, wearables, accessories, and more. Features historical notes on crazy quilting, an illustrated stitch dictionary, and exciting crazy quilting embellishmentsAs you sew, make sure the pieces complement each other in color and fabric type. ... quilts, the edges of the individual aflaw-ivaquot; piece were left unturned and tacked down only with the embroidery stitches. ... Once sewn together, the seam lines would also be embroidered. ... M would appliquAc patches to cover seams. ... (See Overlapping, page 26) My machine piecing is done in a string quilting fashion, .
|Title||:||The Crazy Quilt Handbook: Revised|
|Author||:||Judith Baker Montano|
|Publisher||:||C&T Publishing Inc - 2001-10-15|