Heather Thomas presents her fun and unique crazy quilt technique known as “Deconstructed Crazy Quilting.” This method is a raw edge technique that allows you to personalize your quilts. Find out what fabrics work best and how using decorative stitching enhances your quilt. See several examples of quilts Heather made using this technique. Get started today improving your quilting skills by using these helpful tips.
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This looks like a lot of fun. Thanks! Love the idea of using the pretty stitches on my machine.
I’m just beginning crazy quilting.
Really like this simple method
Many Thanks , I cant wait to give this ago
Very nice. Like it thank you.
Very nice and smart. This I need to see now. Thank you