Historical photographs on view in the exhibition show a crazy quilt of painting and sculpture.
In the "Pendulum" Katy has a new patch in her crazy quilt which the ice man cut from the end of his four-in-hand.
I do wish I could get silk pieces enough to make a crazy quilt.
I told her that if she wanted a govermunt quilt and wanted it appropriate she ort to have a crazy quilt.
I am told that in America they call a thing of this kind a crazy quilt.
And with that she ran across the field, and left Jimmy Scarecrow alone with the crazy quilt and the doll-baby.
The parched earth had split open everywhere in gaping cracks that intersected and made patterns in the garden like a crazy quilt.
Her loftiest reach of splendor was a crazy quilt; and her rag carpets were highly esteemed.
The bed was a four-poster and the "crazy quilt" was that of bygone days.
The crazy quilt of outdated, clumsy old buildings that was the local Starmen's Enclave.
Something confused and patternless; a hodgepodge •Originally a bed quilt made of odd bits and pieces of cloth: The Crazy Quilt of American Politics/ More bizarre turns in the last decade, relations among Iran, Iraq, and the US form a crazy quilt (1880s+)