Time to make a cuppa and take a break as the Autumn issue of Crazy Quilt Quarterly is out. So indulge in some wonderful eye candy and get a good dose of inspiration and collect some embroidery patterns suitable for crazy quilting.
This issue’s cover artist is Nina Burnsides. There are many interesting articles these are just a few highlights. Deb Haggerton has written a fabric painting tutorial which uses shaving cream to create marbled fabric. Angella Grasse shares the process she uses to make her beaded trees, and Pat Winter has shared directions on how to make a cute mini crazy quilt amulet pouch. There is lots of eyecandy from Pam Peugh and Mary Anne Richardson.
For those who enjoy history with a textile bent, Karen Anthonisen Finch has shared the story of an intriguing textile that hints at a complex family story. Roxie Smith has highlighted another fascinating piece – a unique vintage Crazy Patchwork dress.
You can purchase the Crazy Quilt Quarterly Autumn 2017 issue from Pam Kellog’s Magcloud site
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.
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