Crazy Quilts: Stitching Memories Tour

Crazy quilts were made by fashionable women in the 1880s and early 1890s in the United States. They were a unique style of quilt that broke dramatically from the structured patchwork quilts of the preceding years and were reflective of the period’s decorative art trends. A guided tour will examine the intricate features of these embellished quilts and consider how the crazy quilt aesthetic influenced fashion of subsequent eras. Additional galleries may be visited to explore visual connections.

Crazy Quilts: Stitching Memories Tour Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN