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Thread: crazy patches

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    Junior Member lorraine43's Avatar
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    Could someone explain how you sew crazy patches together? I want to make Bronnys fabric bucket. :?: Thanks Lorraine

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    You can simply put one side over one of another color and sew them together. Or are you putting them into squares, maybe sewed on a backing? You could simply sew them all together like any other block, or put a plain color band between them for contrast. Crazy quilt means anything goes. Do it so that you like it, that's what makes it so much fun. Mix and match, or make them all the same color/tone/shade. Have fun with this piece of art.

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    I want to make a crazy quilt too, most have a muslin foundation. So I too have been wondering if joining the way you do other block would that not make the seams really bulky? and then another question, how do you finish the back?? NO batting or do you add batting?

    will be watching and hope to find my answers.

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    Try this link to Quilter's Cache: http://www.quilterscache.com/C/CrazyQuiltBlock.html

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