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Spring Garden Crazy Quilt

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Spring Garden Crazy Quilt

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Crazy Quilts taught by Allie Aller

Work with fancy fabrics like velvet and silk and play with hand-embroidered seam treatments to create richly textured, sumptuous blocks.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Classic, Romantic, Funky, Whimsical, Traditional
Allie Aller on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 1 yard (1 m) each muslin and fusible knit interfacing for block foundations; 16 fat eighths (23 x 56 cm) or large cotton scraps - buy the course kit from the Craftsy Shop (not required) or use your stash; 2/3 yard (0.6 m) backing fabric; 2/3 yard (0.6 m) flannel or drapery lining for batting; 2 1/2 yards (2.3 m) rat-tail cording or lace; Clear monofilament thread; Neutral 50-weight cotton thread; Fine machine needles, No. 60 or 70; Disappearing fabric marker; Assorted hand-sewing needles from fine to large-eyed; Beading needles and Nymo beading thread; Freezer paper; Glue stick; Lots of pins; For embroidery: 6-strand embroidery floss, DMC Floche thread, perle cotton, 7 mm silk ribbon; For embellishment: scraps of fancy fabric, lace trim, motifs, No. 11 and No. 8 seed beads, fabric flowers and leaves

Allie Aller on craftsy.com

Speechless. so inspiring!

01/13/2014 Flag

Outstanding hard not to keep looking at your work.

02/06/2014 Flag

Extremely pleasing to my eyes. Thanks

07/04/2014 Flag

This is absolutely beautiful. Are the yellow flowers raw edge applique? Also, what did you make those beautiful blue ones from? Just amazing, thanks for sharing

01/18/2016 Flag

Both the yellow and blue flowers are fabric flowers from http://www.customfabricflowers.com/. I simply attached them in their centers with beads or French knots. You can take apart high quality flowers from the crafts store and use those petals too. Try it, you'll like it!

01/18/2016 Flag

Thanks, I'll give that a go. Also, I have some angelina fibres that I think might look really pretty.

01/19/2016 Flag