Crazy Quilts by Machine

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Krause Publications Craft, Jul 1, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Create a Breathtaking Heirloom

Known for their lavish embellishment, bold colors, and refined composition, crazy quilts are Victoriana at its best. Crazy quilts are traditionally pieced and embellished with hand methods, but now you - regardless of your skill level - have an all-in-one resource for creating crazy quilts solely by machine or by combining hand and machine methods. Besides providing four machine piecing and patching methods, this lavishly illustrated volume includes: An encyclopedia of machine embellishments suitable for any machine that will do straight and zigzag stitches Complete instructions for 20 original, unique crazy quilted projects Designs for bed, wall, and children's quilts, throws, table covers and pillows Full-size templates

 

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Contents

Introduction
Getting Started
Four Methods and Quilts to Make
Machine Embroidery and Embellishments
Finishing the Quilt
Stitches for Hand Embroidery
Further Reading
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