Cindy Brick has penned an excellent book on the history of crazy quilting.
I have a dozen or more books solely dedicated to crazy quilts and this one is an excellent addition to my library.
Well photographed and researched, her book brings to the quilt world new and valuable information and techniques.
I make crazy quilts for kids and this book was a real inspiration and it was interesting to learn the history of an old method of quilt making.Published 21 days ago by Patricia Abeling
My favorite book on Crazy Quilts! Out of the 10 or so I have! Yes, i caught the Crazy Quilt bug! I have many books on Crazy Quilts, but this one is by far my favorite one. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Naomi Manygoats
I can't address the technical info in this book because I bought it just for the photos. I wanted to get some ideas for mixed media projects. Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. Ventimiglia
Lots of history, lovely and inspiration pictures, all three major piecing techniques. Might be a good supplemental piece for your library.Published 9 months ago by Lisa J. Wentz
There is so much more to know about crazy quilting than embroidery stitches. The book provides the history, Victorian popularity, decline and resurgence of the art. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eileen Adams
This is a wonderful, visually pleasing book for the beginner and the advanced quilter interested in crazy quilting. Read morePublished 16 months ago by booklass
This was a well written and illustrated book about the history and construction of Crazy Quilts. I recently gave a lecture at our local quilt show and found the information in... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Doris J. Woodward