a quilt top made up of irregularly shaped and sized pieces sewed down to a foundation fabric; sometimes the edges of pieces are covered by ribbon or embroidery stitches.
A method of stitching irregular and random pieces of fabric to form a quilt block. Many have decorative stitching added on the seam lines.
a patchwork quilt without a design
a collage of fabrics without a set design, sewn onto a piece of fabric (foundation)
a quilt top made of pieces or patches of irregular size and shape, often sewed into square blocks
fancy patchwork incorporating silk, velvet and embroidery popular in the late-19th century; constructed on a muslin foundation fabric and usually do not include batting.
Crazy quilting is often used to refer to the textile art of patchwork and is sometimes used interchangeably with that term. ;
A patchwork quilt of pieces of cloth of various shapes, colors, and sizes, arranged in no definite pattern.
A quilt made randomly from crazy blocks or patches. They are often heavily embellished.
Crazy Quilt (also known as Indian Carpet and Japanese Rug) is a solitaire card game using two decks of 52 playing cards each. The game is so-called because the reserve resembles the weaves of a carpet or an arrangement of a quilt. The arrangement of the cards on the reserve is also the reason it is rarely seen on computer solitaire packages, most of which have their cards placed vertically.
Crazy Quilt is the tale of a quilt that takes viewers along for a learning adventure in every episode.