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Crazy quilt tutorials

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Crazy quilt tutorials. Get inspired and try out new things.

Perfect nesting seams. This is very easy and so pretty! Check out more sewing tips and tutorials on my blog! - Music Credit: GOOD VIBES - Ellen Once Again

Creamy Lace Crazy Quilt – HOUSE TROPICAL

Crazy quilts are my favorite quilts of all. I love them because you can use up all your favorite fabric scraps and you don’t need much of any one single fabric, as there usually are not alot…

Crumb quilting is a fun way to use up your small scraps of fabric.  See our tutorial on how to create larger pieces of fabric using the crumb quilting technique.

You might also be interested in some other ways to use up your fabric scraps... If you are anything like us, you probably have loads of small scraps of fabric that you just don't know what to do with. You don't want to toss them out but they are too small to actually do anything with. That's where the crumb quilt technique comes into play. With this technique you can use up all of those small bits of fabric to make beautiful, colorful fabric that you can use to make quilts, cushion covers…

The Lazy Quilters Quilt method - no measuring required!  Just have fun with all your favorite fabrics.  Let me show you how fun and easy quilting can be! #quilt #quilting #babyblanket #blanket #sewforhome #lazyquilt #boyquilt #boysroom #quiltingforboys #camitidbits

The Lazy Quilters Quilt method - no measuring required! Just have fun with all your favorite fabrics. Let me show you how fun and easy quilting can be! #quilt #quilting #babyblanket #blanket #sewforhome #lazyquilt #boyquilt #boysroom #quiltingforboys #camitidbits

Quilt as you go with batting sewn into seams and backing added after quilt is put together. Stitch in ditch to attach backing.

WHEN I made my Blueberry Crumb Quilt, I decided to try the Quilt As You Go (QAYG) method at the last minute. While I was quilting, I jotted down a few tips that I wanted to remember for next time. This is my Blueberry Crumb Quilt. You can read about this quilt saga HERE . There are a couple of links within the post which will lead you to all of the posts related to the quilt. As I mentioned before, this was my first time using the QAYG method. I did a quick (meaning I remember reading about…