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Block Crazyquilt - Sold
This was my first crazyquilt. I used the block method, developing each block around a center of unpatterned fabric. I was inspired by a National Geographic article that showed the work of an old woman...
Closeup of Triangle Crazyquilt
This closeup view of the Triangle Crazyquilt shows the featherstitching done in the solid-colored blocks and a view of how puffy the machine quilting appears.
Triangle Crazyquilt - Sold
Surely, after making a quilt with solid-color trapezoid shapes, the natural thing was to branch off into triangles. This time, I worked on one huge block, the size of the completed quilt using the sewing...
Trapezoid Crazyquilt - Sold
It didn't take me long, like one quilt, to decide that sewing and assembling crazyquilts from individual blocks as in a traditional quilt, was limiting to a process as free as crazyquilt. I decided to...
Victorian Throw - Sold
This is typical of many Victorian throws made in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Lace, ribbons, and dated comemorative award ribbons were appliqued to the quilt. They serve as a wonderful way to date...