Traditional crazy quilt techniques look fresh and new when you use them to create a quilted scrapbook of family photos and mementos. Lovingly stitched by hand, these small, portable projects are destined to become prized family heirlooms for generations to come.
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My name is Brian I am the author of Crazy-Quilted Memories what I most hope to be able to give you from this book is the opportunity to create your own family legacy told in a textile story.
It's been my great pleasure being able to produce this book after years of teaching and creating these techniques that have helped many of my students create their own stories told with fabric. With the use of your very own family pictures trinkets and heirlooms you can make a piece of art to passed down for generations.
This technique of crazy quilt is one of the easiest you will find and then when you get to the basic stitches of embroidery your quilt pieces will come to life.
The adding of the embellishments and the techniques that you will learn will hopefully inspire you to do many different types of these quilts.
It is my hope that you will enjoy this book for years to come as it is been a lifelong dream of mine and a pleasure bring it to you.
If that one very special way of making an art object that you can pass down through many generations and tell the stories of your very own family. This is basically a scrapbook made of fabric what a wonderful way to share your family legacy. I hope to see you at one of the booksignings and share with you the many teachings I have to offer. Please leave your comments I always love to hear the feedback and see where your imagination has taken you.
yours truly, Brian Haggard author/writer/quilter
Brian Haggard is, among other things, a quilt artist living and working in Indianapolis, Indiana. Brian keeps himself busy creating original art in many media including quilting, embroidery, photography, and altered art. Brian's "day job" is working with his many clients as an interior designer and mural artist. For fun, Brian likes to hit the antique shops and quilt stores looking for ideas and embellishments for his work. The fabric, buttons, lace, old photos, keys, clocks and watches found on these trips are the inspiration for his art and will probably be seen on the next quilt. Brian has always loved old buttons and has recently turned collecting them into a hobby of its own. In fact, he is currently president of the Indianapolis Button Club. Brian shares his love of creativity in the classroom and seeing the joy his students experience as they create beautiful one of a kind pieces.
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