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Crazy Quilt Bibliography "All the New Fancy Stitches." Piecework Mar./Apr. 1998: 34-35. Excerpted from Crazy Patchwork.
Benberry, Cuesta, and Carol Pinney Crabb. A Patchwork of Pieces: An Anthology of Early Quilt Stories 1845-1940. S.l.: AQS, 19--?
Three stories about crazy quilts: P. 96 The Career of a Crazy Quilt from Godey's Lady's Book, July 1884. P.124 A Story of a Crazy Quilt from Peterson's Magazine, Dec. 1885. P. 142 Ruth's Crazy Quilt from Harper's Young People, Vol. VII, June 15, 1886.
Brown, Virginia Fisher. Crazy quilt : made in Blanchester, Ohio by the Women's Relief Corp. of the Grand Army of the Republic, 1893-1894. Ohio: Garrison Corner Cemetery Association, 2001.
Dabbs, Christine. Crazy Quilts: How to Make Crazy Quilts. Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press, 1998.
Finkel, Susan Ruth. New Jersey Crazy Quilts, 1875-1900. Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey State Museum, 1988?
Fons, Marianne. "Crazy Quilt: A Story." Quilt Digest No. 3 (1985): 78-85.
Fox, Sandi. Wrapped in Glory: Figurative Quilts and Bedcovers 1700-1900. Los Angeles: LA County Museum of Art ; Thames & Hudson, 1990. Includes 6 crazy quilts and discussion about each.
Gately, Rosemary Connolly. "Crazy Quilts in the Collection of the Maryland Historical Society." Magazine Antiques Sept. 1988: 558-573.
Hanson, Marin F. "The Eva Wight Crazy Quilt: Late-Nineteenth-Century Quiltmaking in Central Kansas." Kansas History 26.2 (2003): 78-89.
Horton, Laurel. Glorified Patchwork : South Carolina Crazy Quilts. Columbia, S.C.: McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, 1989.
Jung, Kathy M. A Documentation and Analysis of Dated Victorian Crazy Quilts. Thesis (M.S.)--University of Maryland, 1985.
Lippi, Rosina. "Magnificent Obsessions." Quilting Arts Winter 2001: http://www.caron-net.com/may01files/may01magsf.html
McMorris, Penny. Crazy Quilts. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1984.
McMorris, Penny. "The Great American Quilt Classics: Crazy Quilts." Quilter's Newsletter Magazine Sept. 1984: 28-31.
Pilgrim, Paul D., and Gerald E. Roy. Victorian Quilts, 1875-1900: They Aren't All Crazy. Paducah, KY: American Quilter's Society, 1994.
Pillsbury, Betty. "Crazy Quilt Motifs." Piecework. Sept./Oct. 2001: 32-35. Includes excerpt from An 1886 pamphlet explains why the coverlets were called "crazy."
Robinson, Charlotte. The Artist and theQuilt. New York: Alfred Knopf, 1983. P. 24-25 includes quote from The Boston Herald, 1885.
Stark, Dee. A Spiderweb for Luck: Symbols & Motifs used in Crazy Quilting. New York: D. Stark, 2003.
"Story of an Old Quilt." Blue Ribbon Patterns P-130, (1974): 2-3.
Translating values : North Carolina Cousins to the Crazy Quilt. Raleigh, N.C.: Visual Arts Center, N.C. State University, 1994.
Wilens, Patricia, ed. Better Homes and Gardens: America's Heritage Quilts. S.l.: Meredith Corp. 1991.
Aubin, Christina A. Crazy Quilting:
Bailey, Elizabeth J. Quilting in the Late Nineteenth Century
Bailey. 1999. Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Breneman, Judy, and Anne Johnson. America's Quilting History:
Crazy Quilting History: A Victorian Craze. 2001:
Bodensteiner, Carrie. Carrie Bodensteiner's History Section. 1997.
Crazy Quilting History: A Victorian Craze The Birth of Crazy Quilts:
Dabbs, Christine. n. d. (Modern Crazy Quilt Artist):
Dunivent, Beverly. Crazy for Crazy Quilts. 1998. McCall's Vintage Quilts:
Johnson, Anne. Those Crazed Victorian Crazy Quilts:
The History of Victorian Crazy Quilts Starting with the 1876 Centennial Exposition. 2001:
Kiplinger, Joan. Vintage Fabrics: In Search of Warp Ends. 2001:
Includes excerpt from booklet: Art Needlework, Irene La Tour date unknown.
Wulfert, Kimberley. New Pathways into Quilt History:
We talked about the Victorian meaning of various motifs-this website gives details on fans:
Historic examples of Crazy Quilts: