Victorian Crazy Quilts describes quilt made from about 1880 to 1910. The Victorian style of the crazy quilt was made in affluent households and was an artistic expression of women’s skill and taste. The term Victorian Crazy Quilt describes quilts that are not geometric and consist of odd shapes of fabric pieced together. Traditionally quilts were primarily made from cotton fabrics, while Victorian Crazy Quilts included silks, velvets, and other fabrics like damasks. The quilts featured elaborate stitching and whimsical embroidery. Completed quilts were considered decorative and were often found on display in the family parlor.