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Crazy quilt blocks

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Crazy Quilt Paper, 10-inch by Lori Holt

The Crazy Quilt Paper by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet helps you cut out 10-inch stackers precisely at unique angles to reassemble as a crazy fun project! Finished block size is 8". Each package includes 42 sheets. Be sure to click the video tab to watch Lori Holt demonstrate these papers.

This is the block we complete in the Basic CQ Course (BCQC). It covers Template Stitches, Template Seams, Silk Ribbon Flowers, Beading, and more!

This is the block we complete in the Basic CQ Course (BCQC). It covers Template Stitches, Template Seams, Silk Ribbon Flowers, Beading, and more!

I’m finally caught up with my swaps (whew!)  Here’s the crazy quilt blocks for Jean.  She sent the fabric and a couple bits of ribbon.  I ad...

I’m finally caught up with my swaps (whew!) Here’s the crazy quilt blocks for Jean. She sent the fabric and a couple bits of ribbon. I added in some scraps of old lace I had tucked away. Here’s the first one. For this block all the patch shapes were already drawn on the paper foundation. Nice balance. For the second block, the paper was blank and I only had the scraps of fabric left from the first block to work with. Free design? I worried I was going to sew myself into a corner. Sure…

Crumb quilting is a fun way to use up your small scraps of fabric.  See our tutorial on how to create larger pieces of fabric using the crumb quilting technique.

You might also be interested in some other ways to use up your fabric scraps... If you are anything like us, you probably have loads of small scraps of fabric that you just don't know what to do with. You don't want to toss them out but they are too small to actually do anything with. That's where the crumb quilt technique comes into play. With this technique you can use up all of those small bits of fabric to make beautiful, colorful fabric that you can use to make quilts, cushion covers…

After working on a few projects that weren't coming together nearly easily enough, (don't you hate it when that happens?) I switched gears a...

After working on a few projects that weren't coming together nearly easily enough, (don't you hate it when that happens?) I switched gears a...

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One of the quilts that I'm working on for my solids challenge is my biased quilt . I have had so much fun making the blocks, so I took some ...

One of the quilts that I'm working on for my solids challenge is my biased quilt . I have had so much fun making the blocks, so I took some ...

Crazy Quilting for Beginners Handy Pocket Guide

Sharon Boggon Crazy quilting basics to get you startedRooted in the Victorian era, crazy quilting has a powerful allure for today's quilters, who use it to let loose and tell a unique story with fabric. These quilts are as beautiful as they are intimidating to beginner quilters - how do you know which fabric to choose and what in the world is a herringbone stitch? This beginner's guide covers all the basics - but just the basics! - to get you started on crazy quilting. Trained in fine arts…

Deconstructed crazy quilting! Learn all about this fun technique in this how-to video http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/video/deconstructed-crazy-quilt-technique/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=A219 #LetsQuilt

Deconstructed crazy quilting! Learn all about this fun technique in this how-to video http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/video/deconstructed-crazy-quilt-technique/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=A219 #LetsQuilt

Ms. Elaineous Teaches Sewing: Crazy Quilt Block. Would be fun way to make a find-the-match(es) I Spy.

My first experiment with quilting began in the crazy arena when I saw this technique on a television show. I loved that nothing really needed to line up. For me, it was the perfect place to start my quilting journey. So here is a simple technique for creating a crazy quilt block. The final block size is 8 1/2". 1. Get Fabric: Start with five different 10" squares of fabric. You can use a layer cake if you'd like. These are just some scraps that I had. 2. Stack: Stack your fabric on top of…

Elaine's hexagon crazy quilt.

Elaine very kindly lent me her work for my last trunk show. I took the opportunity to take some photos of her glorious hexagons. Enjoy! ...