Check out this rockin block created by Claudia W of Austria for the Crazy Quilt Journal Project 2013. The colors, the lovely stitch choices, the images keep my eyes traveling — I’m captivated by the details. And I adore her …

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 Marjolein of Threads and Patches has finished her crazy/art quilt for the Message in a Bottle challenge. I’ve enjoyed this series so much, watching sky and hills emerge, bits of lace turn become waves, sequins turn into seafoam and sparkles. …

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 I’m crazy for the block that Sandra M of Washington, USA, created with silk-ribbon embroidery, bits of trim, buttons, beads, and scraps of jewelry. What a sumptuous piece! To see a photo you can click to enlarge, go to the

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 Allie Aller‘s latest work, Twenty Years in the Garden, is complete. Although Allie identifies herself as a crazy-quilter, her work falls somewhere between that Victorian tradition and the dimensional styles of stumpwork and Brazilian embroidery. So rich in detail, …

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 Arlene White came up with a brilliant theme for her blocks for Crazy Quilt Journal Project 2013. She’s stitching the Twelve Days of Christmas! She shows us how the first two blocks came together. Go to her blog to see

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 Allie Aller (Allie’s in Stitches) is stitching a garden into her latest art quilt. Go to her blog post to find out more about how to stitch rows of cauliflower, onions, salad greens, and squash. So much fun!…

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 Zurn P of Pennsylvania, USA, created this block for the Crazy Quilt Journal Project 2013. I love the unusual style of piecing that uses a long center strip. I love the circular motifs that follow the fabric’s print. I love …

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008We all need to figure out how to be friends with Pam Kellogg. She made this stunning valentine door hanger for her friend, the blogger behind Magpie’s Mumblings. Go to the blog post for an image you can

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Martha G., Oklahoma, USA, FebMartha G of Oklahoma, USA, has produced a crazy-quilt block that is so original in its use of color and applique that it makes a 90-degree turn from Victorian traditions. Brava! Go to the Crazy-Quilt Journal Project post for an

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Judy T., South Carolina, JanJudy T of South Carolina, USA, created this January entry for Crazy-Quilt Journal Project 2013. I love the delicacy with which she commemorates the mixture of tragic and triumphant events of the month. Go to the blog post for an

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001 editedHere’s a sweet valentine treat that won’t add a millimeter to your waistline. Lisa of A Cuppa Tea with Me made it. She says,

Crazy quilting makes me swoony, and although I don’t think I’ll ever really be great at

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Susan S., WI, SepThe colors and extravagant details of this block absolutely take my breath away. Check out that tree! Susan S of Wisconsin, USA, created it for the Crazy-Quilt Journal Project 2012. Go to the blog post for an image you

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This all-wool quilt, Canadian Pioneer by Judy Martin, incorporates dozens of needlework techniques. A work in progress since 2008, it’s composed of reclaimed materials: old blankets, a wool skirt. You’re going to want to see the finished work. …

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Check out this collection of blocks by J. Marsha Michler for the Crazy Quilt Journal Project 2012. I love her unusual circular theme, her choices of colors and embroidery stitches, her unconventional approach. This is needle art. Go to the

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Marjolein of Threads and Patches shares her technique for creating ribbonwork pansies. It’s not as hard as the finished results suggest. See her tutorial.…

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