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The Orlofsky's, in their famous book, Quilts in America, define a Crazy quilt as follows: a form of geometric quilt top, not really a pattern at all, is composed of irregular pieces of material in all shapes, sizes and colors. The design appears accidental and random.

This extremely detailed Crazy quilt was made by Mrs. Jane Miller who was most probably living in Orange County, New York, at the time this quilt was completed.

 

 

crazy 4

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