Day 83 in 100 Crazy Quilt details I am sharing a little design element that adds something different to a crazy quilt block. This detail is from a crazy quilt project includes a vintage button that is tucked into a prairie point.
Prairie points are great to include in a crazy quilting project. They are just a little different and unexpected people are always surprised to discover prairie points. Also you can tuck things into them!
The prairie point is tucked into a seam as I assembled the block. In other words it is added during the construction phase of making the block. The seam was then covered with lace that is heavily beaded.
If you have enjoyed Day 83 in 100 Crazy Quilt details,or a search engine has landed you here, this is day 87 in a series of articles that aim to give you embellishment ideas that you can use in your crazy quilting. If you want to print out this series 100 details for 100 days they are listed under that category.
Have you enjoyed this series? If so you may be interested in a tutorial I have written on how to work decorative crazy quilt seams. The tutorial is a comprehensive tutorial. When I converted it to a pdf file I realised how comprehensive it was. At 19 pages of information it is a resource worth investigating!The download is at the end of the article.
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My book The Visual Guide to Crazy Quilting Design: Simple Stitches, Stunning Results shares practical methods about how to design and make a crazy quilt. I teach you how to balance colour, texture and pattern, in order direct the viewers eye around a crazy quilted project. I show you how to build decorative seam treatments in interesting and creative ways using a handful of stitches. I aim is to be both practical and inspiring so my book is profusely illustrated.