Play Crazy Quilt Solitaire

Crazy Quilt Solitaire is an unusual free solitaire game that has you pulling threads of cards from a quilt of cards.

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Crazy Quilt Solitaire Instructions

Crazy Quilt Solitaire is a very different 2-deck solitaire game where you must pull the threads of cards from a quilt of cards. Sort the cards in suits, with half the sorting piles requiring you to place cards in ascending order (Up from Ace to King) and the others in descending order (Down from King to Ace). The sorting piles (sometimes known as foundation piles) can be seen on the right side of the game area.

You can only move cards which have a short side free, so that it is not touching any other cards. Initially this will mean only be half the cards around the edge of the quilt are free to use, but once you start pulling those threads hopefully you'll find more options available to you!

To move the cards you must drag and drop them, although you can also double click cards for certain automatic moves that will take the card to the sorting piles.

Use the waste pile to store cards from the quilt, cards can only be placed here if they are one higher or lower than the current waste card. Using this feature allows you to free up inner cards that you would otherwise be unable to reach. Of course as you would expect you can move cards from the waste pile straight to the sorting piles in the bottom right.

You can turn over more cards from the deck, covering the current waste card. The deck is located in the top right of the game screen. You can also undo moves, but this will cost you some points.

To get the most points try to complete as many rounds of this solitaire game as you can.

It is a tough game, but Crazy Quilt is a really interesting online solitaire variation. Of course if you do find this game too easy there are three difficulty modes, the most difficult one really might test your patience though!