Steampunk Crazy Quilt Progress

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My steampunk crazy quilt project is officially halfway complete!  I have 2 rows sewn together.


The rows still aren’t attached to each other. First, because I am not sure what order my rows will need to be in to make the final quilt look best and, second because I don’t have enough bias tape to go all the way across the width.  Looks like I’ll need to make a trip to Let’s Sew to pick up some more.

In the mean time here are some photos of the finished row.  You may see some blocks that I was working on last week.





I’m also happy to report that I have 3 block sets for the 3rd row pieced, and centers picked out for my 5 remaining block sets.  Now if I could just make myself embellish faster.  Anyone want to do some hand work?


  1. Cheryl Dunham on October 11, 2013 at 9:26 am

    Beautiful work, hand work is so time consuming, but as you can see it’s worth it.
    I’ve been making some quilted items this fall, but not hand done, I use my sewing machine. I have a quilt that is hand pieced and hand quilted, but alas I think I’ll be an old lady before it’s complete.
    If you like check out my blog to see a couple of quilted things I’ve done.

    • Andrea on October 13, 2013 at 1:07 pm

      Cheryl, thanks for sharing. Your jacket is particularly interesting. Fortunately, I did machine piece this project. It’s just all the embroidery that had to be done by hand.

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