Going Crazy - Digital Download

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Going Crazy is a fun Crazy Quilt EmbroidaBlock design.

The only thing "Crazy" about these blocks is how fast your quilt will go together. Three different Crazy Quilt blocks with elegant decorative stitching and beautiful motif fills. Use different fabric and thread choices on each block and no two blocks will look the same.

Electric Quilt 6 file included.

5" and 8" blocks.

5" block = 15" x 18" approximate finish size

8" block = 24" x 24" approximate finish size 

Formats: .art, .dst, .exp, .jef, .pes, .vip and .vp3.

Design includes the pieced blocks, not the quilted triangle border blocks around the design. 




  • 5

    Posted by Linda on 21st Aug 2012

    This little bag is fast and easy to put together. Easy to follow instructions. I made the five inch Crazy Date Night Tote in an afternoon.

  • 4
    love it

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2012

    i purchased my going crazy pattern from our local quilt shop...but it didnt have the directions for the date night bag...i made the quilt for a friends baby...my bff really loved it...

  • 5
    Loved it

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2012

    I really enjoyed making the crazy quilt blocks

  • 4
    Fabric picked, ready to start

    Posted by Sallyme on 23rd Apr 2012

    I am looking forward to making this quilt. It is the type of project I really like. I have not started on it yet as I have had shoulder surgery and am just getting back to sewing again.

  • 4
    My first quilt

    Posted by Colleen Schmidt on 23rd Apr 2012

    This was the first quilt I ever purchased and finnished to make on my new Brother 4000D. I used the 5" block and got started. Putting it together and deciding to try different decorative stitches from my machine also. I would have never learn so much so fast had I not just got in and tried. It is a work I'm proud of and it got me really started to be "quilt crazy". So fun and perfect points wonderful top stitching. I lived the process so much I did the 2011 Mystery Quilt next.