I ❤ crazy quilting, beading & embroidery . . . Allie's in Stitches: Beading the Border Blocks, Part 2- The left hand side of the quilt's border is now beaded...starting from the bottom and moving up....
I ❤ crazy quilting & embroidery . . . Block 61 on the I Dropped the Buttonbox Quilt. Lots of people respond to block 61 as they like the little lace ballerina. This block forms part of a lighter band that runs diagonally down the quilt. ~By SharonB, PinTangle
I own three crazy quilts that I inherited from my Mother. She loved to shop at Antique shops and pick up bargains. At the time, I didn’t appreciate everything that she was bringing home but I am sure glad that I had the sense to hang onto these quilts. Before I got my own quilts... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/quilting-sewing-creating/2016/03/12-catchy-facts-about-crazy-quilts/" class="more-link">Read more »</a>
I ❤ crazy quilting & ribbon embroidery . . . Crazy quilt embellishment with Silk Ribbon- Today's sprinkles of eye candy is a 6 inch block in the I dropped the button box crazy quilt. One of the pleasures of this form of quilting is that you can incorporate all sorts of embroidery techniques on blocks. You can experiment with Silk ribbon embroidery, Brazilian embroidery, stumpwork & beading to name a few techniques & incorporate the lot into one project. ~By sharonb, pintangle