The Crazy Quilt Handbook

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C&T Publishing Inc, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
A guide to creating your own heirloom crazy quilts. It contains ten projects to get you started, including wall-hangings, jewellery and an evening bag. The author discusses the process of putting together a quilt, from choosing fabrics and laying the foundation to adding decorative details.
 

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Contents

Preface
4
Acknowledgments
5
Crazy Quilt Definitions
6
Recollections
7
The Crazy Quilt Legacy
10
Revival
15
Getting Started
17
Laying the Foundation
20
Design Elements for Successful Crazy Quilting
25
Problem Solving
26
Embellishments
27
Projects
39
Stitch Dictionary
63
Patterns
79
Index
80
Copyright

The Montano Methods
22

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About the author (2001)

Judith Baker Montano is one of the most recognized names in the field of needlework. She is a world-renowned author, designer, fiber artist, teacher, and lecturer. An authority on crazy quilts and silk ribbon embroidery, she is on the road 200 days a year teaching and lecturing. Her work has been featured in dozens of magazine articles. She has appeared on The Carol Duvall Show, PBS, The Discovery Network, and The Lifetime Channel.

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