This is a crazy quilt-top I inherited from my grandmother. It has large blocks of approx. 12" bordered by a vertical row of crazy strips approx. 6" wide. I made the borders and the horizontal flying geese (Summer, 2013). I haven't decided on a backing, yet, but because it's so wild on the top, I'll go with a solid color for the back, maybe white muslin. What I like about this quilt-top is the variety of fabrics in it, some of which are flour sacks, shirting, dress scraps, etc. One of my favorite pieces is the pink art-deco; my mother used that material for sofa coverings. The pink bumble-bee pieces are a silky material that was probably used for a dress. I'm estimating this quilt-top dates from the mid-1950's. The blocks are machine-stitched. This quilt-top is going back in the trunk until next year; then I'll have it machine quilted.