Colorful Old Jeans Quilt Pattern | Such a colorful quilt!
Strip quilting with scraps often results in unexpectedly beautiful projects, like this Scrappy Denim Kite Quilt Block.
With the Summertime Scrappy Star Quilt Pattern, it won't take you long to discover just how quick quilts can be!
Bento Box Scrap Quilt - Surprisingly enough, the Bento Box Scrap Quilt is an easy quilting pattern that even a beginner can create. By creating 30 super simple square-in-a-square quilt blocks before cutting them into quadrants and rearranging them, this scrappy idea uses small pieces of fabric, making it the perfect creation to bust that stash of yours. The final quilt top is perfect for a twin bed accent.
Pickle Dish Free Quilt Pattern - This absurdly quirky, free quilting pattern combines two of your favorite types of quilt block patterns to make once fancy design. The Pickle Dish Free Quilt Pattern uses a quarter star block and a drunkards path block to create a quilting template with unique movement. Made entirely out of scraps, this scrap quilt pattern looks charming in a mix of colors, making it the perfect quilt to use up those pieces of fabric that you thought you may never use!
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Pleated Strips Beginner Quilt - Learn how to make a strip quilt pattern.
A great layout for square in a square blocks! Sew we quilt: Sugar Flowers Tutorial By Quilting In the Rain
Squares, made of triangles make a quilt. Simple. ive been looking for a quilt pattern to make one out of my daughters dresses as she gets older i have been saving the special on every year and i love this pattern
Quilt-as-you-go - must try this method and love the bright colors in this. Great idea to use up scraps in less time!
The Boudoir Quilt Pattern - Learn how to make a quilt that is decorative and feminine with this free quilt pattern.
The Most Charming: 23 Charm Pack Quilt Patterns - We can guarantee that any charm quilt fan will enjoy 23 of the Most Charming Charm Pack Quilt Patterns. There's more than just full size patterns here, as these charm quilt patterns also include smaller quilted projects meant for everyday use.
Learn how to create fast and easy selvedge fabric with this awesome tutorial! Selvedge fabric is made from cutting the selvedge off your bolts or cuts and using them to create a unique, scrappy material for your projects.
These Quilted Pillows with a Hidden Zipper are an absolute dream. Elegant, simple, and surprisingly easy to make, these fun pillows to sew would look great in almost any living room.
The Bold Border Mug Rugs are phenomenal for two reasons. First of all, it's a cute mug rug tutorial that would make any kitchen a little brighter. But secondly, these mug rug instructions teach you how to make laminated mug rugs that are completely machine washable!
The Rainbow Scrapbusting Wonky Quilt Block is a fun, bright way to get a little playful with your quilting. This scrappy quilt block pattern is reminiscent of a log cabin quilt block.
The Sliced Improve Quilt Block Pattern is a fun way to play around with smaller quilt blocks. Use improvisational quilting to make small quilt blocks you can arrange according to your own design.
The Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt Block is the frugal quilter's dream come true. This awesome, scrappy quilt project creates a colorful quilt block that you can sew together in no time.
The Exploding X HST Block uses half square triangles to create a vibrant, energetic X block. If you don't already know how to chain piece quilt blocks, this tutorial gives a pretty thorough explanation of how the technique is done.
Learn how to create fast and easy selvedge fabric with this awesome tutorial!
What a pretty quilt! Use leftover scrap fabric to make this beautiful quilt for your home.
Make this stashbuster rainbow quilt! Start with one square and work outward for a great project. Home dec? Full quilt? Up to you!
Beautifully geometric "Machine Stitched Hexagons" by Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft.
What a great scrap quilt pattern! This is a great pattern if you need to figure out how to use up fabric scraps.
Nothing beats scrap quilt patterns for old favorites. This scrappy chevron quilt is to die for.