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Thursday, June 23, 2011

How To Assemble A CrazyQuilt - Step 7

There's one final step in finishing a crazy quilt.  We need to hold the front of the quilt to the back of the quilt.  The best way I've found to do this is to sew buttons onto the back:

I simply sew a button on the back of the quilt at every intersection with the exception of where the sleeve is.  My stitches on the front of the quilt are hidden behind the trim.  These buttons also add extra support to the quilt.

I hope you have found this tutorial for finishing a crazy-quilt helpful!  I will have a final presentation of my Marie Antoinette crazy quilt for you next week.  Before I hang it, I want to show a few friends in person.

Be sure to see the entire tutuorial for How To Assemble A Crazy Quilt!


Annie said...

This has really been a great tutorial. Love that you did this without a traditional binding and the buttons on the back are an inspired idea! Thanks so much for sharing this.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for a fabulous tutorial - very helpful!

Heather said...

Thanks for the very helpful tutorial . It answers a whole bunch of questions before they have even arisen.

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