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  • 1. ABC Art Crazy Quilts
  • 2. History Of Crazy Quilts
    • Crazy quilts got their name from the haphazard design but many women spent hours designing the “craziness”.
    • From 1876- 1910 all the rage in Victorian Society- made out of fine silks and velvet with lovely decorative stitches.
    • Soon women without money for fine fabrics began to use remnants of old clothes or left over cloth and used the quilts for more practical uses.
  • 3. Crazy Quilt Poem
    • A Crazy Quilt
    • They do not make them any more, For quilts are cheaper at the store Than woman's labor, though a wife Men think the cheapest thing in life. But now and then a quilt is spread Upon quaint old walnut bed, A crazy quilt of those days That I am old enough to praise.
    • Some woman sewed these points and squares Into a pattern like life's cares. Here is a velvet that was strong, The poplin that she wore so long, A fragment from her daughter's dress,
    • Like her, a vanished loveliness; Old patches of such things as these, Old garments and old memories.
    • And what is life? A crazy quilt; Sorrow and joy, and grace and guilt, With here and there a square of blue For some old happiness we knew; And so the hand of time will take The fragments of our lives and make, Out of life's remnants, as they fall, A thing of beauty, after all.
    • Douglas Malloch
  • 4. Step One for Paper Crazy Quilt
    • Paste center piece near the center of your base paper.
  • 5. Step Two
    • Work in a circle extending paper to cover edge of the previous strip.
  • 6. Step Three
    • Keep going around, trimming paper as needed.
    • Cut pieces to size as needed
  • 7. Step Four- Keep going…
    • Add pieces until all of the base is covered
  • 8. Finish your quilt
    • Turn paper over and trim edges with scissors
    • Use sharpie marker to write name on back
    • If you have extra time add “stitching” to your masterpiece.