Guess who is on the cover of Crazy Quilt Quarterly!

Cover of Crazy quilt quarterlyI have a little exciting news as I am thrilled to let my readers know that one of my crazy quilt blocks is the cover image for the latest Crazy Quilt Quarterly. The magazine also contains an interview with me, where I describe how I discovered and started crazy quilting.

The issue is devoted to buttons and how they are used on contemporary Crazy quilts. As most readers know after making the “I Dropped the Button Box Quilt” I have a thing for buttons. So if you are wanting to gather a few ideas together on how to use buttons in your crazy quilting projects this issue will be of interest to you.

A highlight of this issue, for me, is an article about Gerry Krueger’s work. Gerry hand paints the most delightful miniatures on mother of pearl buttons. I am lucky to have a couple of her buttons but I must admit they are in ’too nice to use’ box. Gerry Krueger’s hand painted buttons are like little bits of eye candy that bring me pleasure so I was interested to see her set up and read her story.

There is information from Tracy Wilson on how to make your own Rhinestone studded buttons, Genevieve Tracey shares here button cluster technique, ideas for seam treatments and buttons from Pam Kellog, Brenda Sandusky writes about the fun of collecting buttons and the fun of collecting ideas about how to use them! Karen South shares her favourite round robbin swap ( I can see why it’s a favourite) There are oodles of more ideas about using buttons in crazy quilting.

The Crazy Quilt Quarterly Summer 2017 is a Magcloud publication and you can get it here. As a printed version which retails for 14.95 US and a digital version for $6.95.

I am not compensated for this review but I do have a professional relationship as I accept advertising for Crazy Quilt Quarterly in my side bar. In other words I get no kick back for this review.

Don’ want to miss out ? Follow Pintangle and have it delivered to your inbox

You can have Pintangle delivered to your inbox by using the follow feature in the sidebar. Just enter your email address, and when you get the confirmation email make sure you say yes and you are all set! If you are on a mobile or tablet you will need to scroll to the bottom to find the follow feature.

Crazy quilt template set 2Have you seen my Stitchers templates?

As a stitcher who loves crazy quilting and embroidery I designed these templates with other stitchers in mind. With my Stitchers Templates you can create hundreds of different patterns to embroider on your stitching and crazy quilting projects. They are easy to use, totally clear so you can position them easily and they are compact in your sewing box.

Templates set 1 you will find here 
Templates set 2 you will find here 




23 Comments

  1. That is very exciting, Sharon, I am going to order a copy straightaway! Can’t wait to see it especially as I have never read that particular magazine.
    Very best wishes

    Andy Lloyd Williams
  2. Congratulations! So well deserved! Pintangle is an awesome website for learning Embroidery Stitches. Thank you for all excellent directions for Stitches. You have made learning easy. Also your alphabetized stitch list makes it easy to find the stitches we need.

    We are anticipating the new book, Crazy Quilting Design, coming out soon!

    Jane Lemley
  3. Congratulations Sharon! My issue has been ordered and is on it’s way. I can’t wait to read it cover to cover. I’m interested in your story of how you got started. Thanks for sharing, Dawn

    Dawn H

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *