Due to a death in my family, I was delayed in posting the free crazy quilt blocks for the month of September. Here are all three blocks, along with pictures of what your finished quilts might look like if you've been following this 2012 series.
Here are three easy foundation-pieced crazy quilt blocks, featuring one of my favorite postcards from my personal collection - B122. It's just one of the images from my Vintage Postcard CD.
Print the square block, the hexagon block and the diamond block directly onto computer printer fabric with your inkjet printer, then use them as the foundations for your crazy quilt blocks with the center images already in place. If you want to make your blocks larger or smaller, use these as guides to piecing.
Piece the blocks, then embellish them with threads, trims, ribbons and beads.
Enjoy your beautiful blocks! If you've been following this 2012 series, your square crazy quilt could now look like this.
Your hexagon crazy quilt could now look like this.
There are a variety of other ways that this quilt could be set together, too. Here's another example.
Your diamond crazy quilt could now look like this.
These are the 27th, 28th and 29th blocks in my new 2012 series of crazy quilt blocks. Click on any block in this index to view the individual PDF files, and print out the blocks.
My original series of 36 crazy quilt blocks is still available at no charge. Click on any block in this index to view the individual PDF file, and print out the block.
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