Crazy Quilt Handbook by Judith Baker Montano
Revised: 12 Step-by-Step Projects Illustrated Stitch Guide

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Create your own heirloom crazy quilts with help from world-famous expert Judith Baker Montano! This classic guide has been updated in full color. New projects, new photography, and up-to-the-minute techniques make the process more user-friendly than ever. 3 new designs for a total of 10 beautiful projects to get you started, including wallhangings, jewelry, and an evening bag. Judith walks you through the process of putting together a crazy quilt using her unique center piece method, showing you how to choose fabrics and lay the foundation, to adding decorative details and solving problems. Detailed instructions for traditional embroidery stitches, beading, lace, fabric painting, and other creative embellishments. Dozens of color photos of stunning crazy quilts, wearables, accessories, and more. Features historical notes on crazy quilting, an illustrated stitch dictionary, and exciting crazy quilting embellishments

About Judith Baker Montano

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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.
Published October 15, 2001 by C&T Publishing. 80 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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