Motifs for Crazy Quilting (Google eBook)

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Krause Publications, Sep 11, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Hardworked motifs and patterns of patch interiors are at the heart of a beautiful crazy quilt, and here's the first definitive book on these surface embellishments. Let author J. Marsha Micher show you all the secrets...everything you need to know about creating your own designs. Inside you'll learn how to transfer the original designs given, from flowers and animals to the alphabet and beyond - with techniques such as silk ribbon embroidery, punch needle, tambour work, beading, and cross-stitch. Included are a review of crazy quilting basics, embroidery stitches, and surface design techniques covered in her previous books.
  

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Motifs for Ceazy Quilting

User Review  - starrcrazy - Overstock.com

Amazing choice for the craft I want to do.This book is excellent for the information it contains. This book is like eye candy, so visually pretty. as well as informative. This is more than a book, it is a friend. Read full review

Motifs for crazy quilting

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Michler is the author of several books on crazy quilting, including the Magic of Crazy Quilting, an excellent introduction to the craft. This volume concentrates on surface embellishments for crazy ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
General Information
7
Instructions for Embroidering Motifs
13
Motifs and Methods
19
The Tracing Paper Transfer Technique
141
Steps in Making a Crazy Quilt
142
Other Books by this Author
144
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About the author (2002)

J. Marsha Michler is the author of 12 books and has written several magazine articles about her extensive and varied crafting expertise. In addition to actively pursuing quilting, crazy quilting, jewelry making, fiber spinning, knitting, pottery, photography and website design, she also teaches, lectures, signs books, and shows her artwork in the New England area. She lives in southern Maine.

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