White-on-White, Always An Elegant Choice
Try One or All
of These Fun Monochromatic Projects
Wedding Shoe Pin
Cushion/Scissor Holder by
Julie shares her inspired idea for turning her wedding shoe
into a functional and sentimental keepsake.
A Framed Mini-CQ
Quilt for My Parent's 60th Wedding Anniversary by
Julie shows us this great project she created to commemorate
this special event.
White-on-White Bible or
Book Cover by
Julie uses her monochromatic CQ block to create this lovely
bible cover for her sister-in-law.
WOW Neck Pillow by
Nancy turns her white-on-white CQ block into a neck pillow.
More Inspired CQ and Crazy Quilters
Blackwork for CQ
by Jacqui Mulcahy
Jacqui shows us how she incorporated this historical
embroidery technique into her crazy quilting.
My Four Seasons
Wallhanging by Maureen Greeson
Maureen shares her inspiration for this wonderful Crazy
Quilt that celebrates the seasons. Part one features Winter
and Spring, look for Summer and Fall in a future issue.
Collage: Luscious Fabric from Your Computer by
Allison uses modern technology to create her own unique
Stephanie creates a simple but wonderful embellished
Filling In The
Stephanie offers some suggestions for what to do with those
odd size patches.
Pretty Bubbles by
Nancy used this special block to showcase a special print.
Glass Slippers by
Barbara shows our readers how to create these ingenious
Lace and Trim "May Day" Bracelets by Pat
Pat makes these wonderful embellished bracelets from her
Crazy Quilting supplies.
Wind ~ West Wind: Jade Tree Pillow by
Lynn translates Asian Jade Trees into a wonderful
embellished CQ pillow.
Road to California -- Quilt Show, that is! by
Lynn takes her new camera to to Road to California Quilt
show, so that our readers could come along for the ride.
Planning a New Sewing Room by
Gwen is planning a new sewing room and shares her reviews of
two books on the subject.
Hussies Too, Part Two by Pat
Pat submits this "can't miss" photo rich follow-up article.
Geranium and Butterflies Cross Stitch Pattern
Nora created this lovely cross stitch pattern for our
readers to use.
Omaha Crazy Quit Retreat June 2006 by Mona
Mona highlights this wonderful annual retreat for Crazy
Making Juvenile Diabetes A Little More Bearable
2006 CQMagOnline Project Part 2 by
Kimber showcases photos of many of the blocks already
received for this worthy cause.
Fiberart for a Cause by Pat
Pat reminds us that we can all make a difference by donating
our to worthy causes.
by Diane Leatherdale Johnson
Diane shares her experiments with different techniques
for making her work more interesting.
Fiber Artist Trading
Cards Revisited by
Rissa Peace Root
Rissa tells us about the ATC Challenges being offered by
the CyberStitchers Chapter of the EGA.
Embroiderers' Guild of
America: Taking Education to Heart by
Rissa Peace Root
Rissa discusses some of educational offerings from the
Embroiderers' Guild of America.