The Magic of Crazy Quilting: A Complete Resource for Embellished Quilting

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Krause Publications Craft, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 142 pages
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Michler guides the creation of a crazy quilt from start to finish. Book buyers will get a close look at an outstanding collection of over 15 embellishment techniques, four piecing methods, 1,000 embroidery stitch variations, and plenty of combinations and patterns for pieced fan embroideries. 150 color photos & 250 illustrations.
  

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The Magic of Crazy Quilting: A Complete Resource for Embellished Quilting

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This is, indeed, a complete resource for both the beginning and intermediate quilter wishing to indulge in crazy quilting, that 19th-century amalgam of patchwork, appliqu, and embroidery that is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terri - Goodreads

Very good book. Has lots of pages showing embrodiery stitches and how you can use them to make designs. I'm gonna buy this one. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
vii
The Basics of Crazy Quilting
9
Gallery of Crazy Quilts
131
The Meanings of Flowers
139

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About the author (1998)

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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