"With a mishmash of fabric scraps sewn together in a seemingly random pattern, crazy quilts echoed the crackled finishes of Japanese porcelain that entranced Exposition attendees; most quilt historians believe that the crazy quilt was named after the “crazing” or “cracked ice” effect that appeared in Japanese porcelain." --- I had no idea!
Antique Hand Made Victorian Peacock Purple Green Silks Crazy Patch Quilt 66x81"
I ❤ crazy quilting & ribbon embroidery . . . The blocks, sashing and binding were joined by hand because I felt it gave me the most control when working with the shape-shifting sizes of these blocks. ~By Crazydolldresser