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You can find crochet gloves, coin purse and daisies from a 1920’s head band.
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The displays shown at the Japanese pavilion of silk-screened work and Japanese pottery with a cracked-glaze inspired the American audiences.
Quilts and quilt making are a reflection of the life and times of the women who made quilts.
But now that I've seen so many more I am going to narrow that time frame and say there were no crazy quilts before 1880.Although the technique of quilting existed throughout history (quilted items have been discovered in Egyptian tombs, for example, and French knights used quilted jackets under their armor), quilts as we think of them didn't start showing up on the American scene until just prior to 1800.I believe the earliest existing European quilts are a pair of whole cloth trapunto ones, telling the story of Tristan and Isolde dating from the early 1400's.I do recall seeing one Crazy Quilt dated 1691 when we were doing the Kansas Quilt Project.The term "crazy quilting" is often used to refer to the textile art of crazy patchwork and is sometimes used interchangeably with that term.