Cleveland-Hendricks Crazy Quilt Artist unidentified ; initialed "J.F.R." Location: United States Date: 1885–1890 Materials: Lithographed silk ribbons, silk, and wool with cotton fringe and silk and metallic embroidery Dimensions: 75 × 77"
Quilt Top, Crazy pattern Date: ca. 1885 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Silk, satin, velvet, and cotton Dimensions: 60 3/4 x 52 in. (154.3 x 132.1 cm) Classification: Textiles
BALTIMORE-STYLE ALBUM QUILT TOP/ Artist unidentified, Baltimore, Maryland, found in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States, 1845–1850, cotton with wool embroidery, 84 × 82", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Altria Group, Inc.: 2008.9.3. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth.
UNION AND LIBERTY SAMPLER QUILT TOP / Artist unidentified, New York State, 1860–1870, cotton, wool, and silk with metallic thread and silk embroidery, 87 1/2 × 84", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Dr. Stanley and Jacqueline Schneider: 1980.31.1. Photo credit: Scott Bowron.
"SACRET BIBEL" QUILT TOP /Susan Arrowood, possibly West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1875–1895, cotton, silk, wool, and ink, with cotton embroidery, 88 1/2 × 72", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Amicus Foundation, Inc., and Evelyn and Leonard Lauder Accession: 1986.20.1. Photo credit: Schecter Lee.
Quilt (or decorative throw), Crazy pattern Maker: Tamar Horton Harris North (1833–1905) Date: ca. 1877 Geography: Midwest, North's Landing, Indiana, United States Culture: American Medium: Silk, silk velvet, cotton, and cotton lace Dimensions: 54 1/2 x 55 in. (138.4 x 139.7 cm) Classification: Textiles
Quilt, Crazy pattern Date: ca. 1885–1900 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Silk, silk velvet, and wool Dimensions: 75 3/4 x 73 3/8 in. (192.4 x 186.4 cm) Classification: Textiles