Scrap Quilt Patterns

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Making stunning scrap quilt patterns with this charming collection of quilting pins. Includes scrapbusting quilts, baby quilts, and more!

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Scrap Quilt Block Patterns

Improve blocks are a smart way to use up extra scraps of fabric.

Improve blocks are a smart way to use up extra scraps of fabric.

Wonky Stacked Coins Block

Wonky Stacked Coins Block

Use up your scraps or jelly rolls to create a funky, fresh and fun quilt block pattern. The Wonky Stacked Coins Block features wobbly, towering piles of fabric "coins" or blocks, which can also resemble books. You can easily create an entire quilt of wonky stacked coins or mix this block up with other modern blocks for a fresh, bold look. Quilters looking for modern quilt patterns that allow them to use up old scraps are going to love this step-by-step tutorial. It is insanely easy to follow…

Scrappy Triangle Blocks

Scrappy Triangle Blocks

Use these scrap quilt blocks to make triangle quilts. Piece together an isosceles triangle with strips of scraps, then add two white triangles to each side to create a rectangular triangle block. Put them all together and your finished quilt will look like colorful, evenly spaced triangles against a field of white.

Star Flower Quilt Block

Star Flower Quilt Block

Make pretty free quilt block patterns with this gorgeous and simple star quilt pattern for beginners. This block pattern for quilting uses the turnover triangles technique in order to create a start that is sure to shine bright on any quilt. Using several prints of fabric in addition to the white background, you could easily create several star quilt patterns out of scraps you already own. The Star Flower Quilt Block is an easy quilting pattern that will take you half an hour to an hour to…

Scrappy Rainbow Star Quilt Block

Scrappy Rainbow Star Quilt Block

Turn a simple eight-pointed starflower block into a rainbow block with this Scrappy Rainbow Star Quilt Block tutorial. This quilt block pattern is an easy way to use up tiny colors of different scraps. Make a bunch of scrappy blocks, each of a different hue, and then cut them into half-square triangles. Arrange the triangles in a star pattern so that each point of the star is a different color. Use solid white, gray, or black half-square triangles as the background to really make the rainbow…

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt Blocks | FaveQuilts.com

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt Blocks

There are few free quilting block patterns simpler than the humble log cabin quilt block. You can even make Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt Blocks with leftover strips of fabric. Take a cue from this tutorial, and make your blocks in green, white, red, and pink scraps.

Series of Squares Scrapbuster Block

Series of Squares Scrapbuster Block

Beautify any new quilt pattern you're working on by including the Series of Squares Scrapbuster Block. Even if they're small, quilt block patterns don't have to be simple. Use your scrappy quilt leftovers to make a square in a square quilt block that will have your friends and family finding it hard to take their eyes off of any pattern you include this on.

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Using a zigzag stitch in a bright thread, sew smalls strips and scraps of fabric onto a background in a mosaic pattern to create the Scrappy Ticker Tape Clutch.

Scrappy Ticker Tape Clutch

This project will teach you how to make a simple quilt purse using ticker tape quilting. Using a zigzag stitch in a bright thread, sew smalls strips and scraps of fabric onto a background in a mosaic pattern to create the Scrappy Ticker Tape Clutch. Ticker tape quilting combines the look of applique, patchwork, and scrap quilts for a fun effect that makes use of leftover fabric!

Did you know: You can easily use small pieces of old fabric to create intricate and advanced designs to impress your friends and add some geometric flair to your home? Now you do!

Chippewa Scrap Quilt Pattern

Scrap quilt patterns do not always have to look scrappy. You can easily use small pieces of old fabric to create intricate and advanced designs to impress your friends and add some geometric flair to your home. The Chippewa Scrap Quilt Pattern would make a stunning throw quilt and has a pretty enough design to be its very own wall-hanging. This historical and <a href="http://www.favequilts.com/tag/Vintage" target="_blank" title="Vintage Quilt Patterns">vintage quilt pattern</a> is inspired…

A scrap quilting project with a fun, wonky design is the Haphazard Scrapbuster Quilt.

Haphazard Scrapbuster Quilt

A scrap quilting project with a fun, wonky design is the Haphazard Scrapbuster Quilt. Combine your scrap fabric into colorful quilt blocks that look harder to make than they are. It's a unique way to bring together fabrics from older projects all together, and you may want to save this tutorial so you can use the design for the quilt block patterns later on. This is one of the easiest scrap quilt designs to adapt to other sizes, so if you really like the design, use it to make a pillow…

They don't call this the "poor man quilt" for no reason! Here's how to make a cute quilt on the cheap!

The Poor Man Quilt

You don't need money to create The Poor Man Quilt! A healthy supply of scraps and a few extra minutes are all that are required for this project. Use this tutorial to learn how to make a great-looking summer quilt for very little money. The beauty of this <a href="http://www.favequilts.com/tag/Scrap-Quilt-Patterns" target="_blank">scrap quilt pattern</a> is the freedom it gives you. There is no specific set of measurements, so you can make it as large or as small as you want using this…

Have a stash of scrap fabric hanging around? Here's your next quilt block pattern!

Floral Scrap Quilt Block Pattern

What dedicated quilter doesn’t have a stash of scrap fabric hanging around that they’re eager to use up? The Floral Scrap Quilt Block Pattern can help you achieve exactly that. Grab a few of your favorite scraps, don’t forget to round up some strips of floral fabric, and get started on this beginner quilt block pattern. This block measures in at 16.5 inches, making it great for a quick wall hanging or throw pillow. Another benefit to its size is how much time it will save you on a throw or…

Quilting does not have to be an expensive habit! Make a scrappy quilt pattern and save big money on your next project!

The Poor Man Quilt

You don't need money to create The Poor Man Quilt! A healthy supply of scraps and a few extra minutes are all that are required for this project. Use this tutorial to learn how to make a great-looking summer quilt for very little money. The beauty of this <a href="http://www.favequilts.com/tag/Scrap-Quilt-Patterns" target="_blank">scrap quilt pattern</a> is the freedom it gives you. There is no specific set of measurements, so you can make it as large or as small as you want using this…

This is one of the easiest scrap quilt designs to adapt to other sizes, so if you really like the design, use it to make a pillow design, accessory, or decorative project.

Haphazard Scrapbuster Quilt

A scrap quilting project with a fun, wonky design is the Haphazard Scrapbuster Quilt. Combine your scrap fabric into colorful quilt blocks that look harder to make than they are. It's a unique way to bring together fabrics from older projects all together, and you may want to save this tutorial so you can use the design for the quilt block patterns later on. This is one of the easiest scrap quilt designs to adapt to other sizes, so if you really like the design, use it to make a pillow…

Combine strips of fabric from your own sewing stash with upcycled denim from your closet to create this vibrant and unique quilt block your friends will simply adore.

Scrappy Denim Kite Quilt Block

Whether you're looking to use up old fabric or you're simply looking to shake things up with less traditional free quilt block patterns, the Scrappy Denim Kite Quilt Block allows you to use fabric that isn't usually utilized in quilt designs.

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What to Do with Fabric Scraps: 18 Scrap Quilt Patterns and Organizing Ideas

A cluttered quilting space is never a good sign, so next time you notice your fabric scraps pile up, use the resources in <em>What to Do with Fabric Scraps: 18 Scrap Quilt Patterns and Organizing Ideas</em>. This list includes some of the most <a href="https://www.favequilts.com/tag/Scrap-Quilt-Patterns" target="_blank">popular scrap quilt patterns</a> on our site, as well as quilt tutorials and quilt basket pattern that provide you with even more ways to turn your scraps of fabric into real…

This beautiful Star Value Quilt is the perfect stashbuster!!

Star Value Quilt

"Star Value is a wonderful quilt that will have you busting some serious scraps. The block tutorial has size options for 5 different size blocks starting at 12" and going all the way to 28". So you can bust the size scraps that you have been collecting. Then once your blocks are made, just combine them into your beautiful quilt top!!! The secondary diamond that pops out is just so fun and all of the scrappy goodness just makes you smile!!!"

These easy scrap quilt blocks will not only help you use up your stash but also ignite your imagination.

9 Scrap Quilt Block Patterns: Free Quilt Blocks for Every Kind of Quilt

Over the years, many quilters come to accumulate a huge pile of scrap quilt fabric that were remnants from finished quilt projects. While these scrap quilting fabrics are technically leftovers, they can still be wonderfully useful for creating small quilt projects, such as quilt blocks.<br /> <br /> That's why we've put together a list of 9 Scrap Quilt Block Patterns: Free Quilt Block Designs for Every Kind of Quilt. Check out these scrappy block designs for patterns such as scrapbuster star…

A healthy supply of scraps and a few extra minutes are all that are required for this scrap fabric quilting project.

The Poor Man Quilt

You don't need money to create The Poor Man Quilt! A healthy supply of scraps and a few extra minutes are all that are required for this project. Use this tutorial to learn how to make a great-looking summer quilt for very little money. The beauty of this <a href="http://www.favequilts.com/tag/Scrap-Quilt-Patterns" target="_blank">scrap quilt pattern</a> is the freedom it gives you. There is no specific set of measurements, so you can make it as large or as small as you want using this…

Have an unused jelly roll and some of 2 ½ inch squares lying around? This pattern is your answer to stash busting! >>  😍

Summer Camp

"Summer Camp days are filled with the unexpected and this scrappy quilt is designed to bring a cheerful surprise to any overnighter. Have an unused jelly roll in your stash? Got a lot of 2 ½ inch squares already cut out? This pattern is your answer to stash busting. You can quickly sew together 2 ½ inch squares to create 10 inch blocks. The green and navy cornerstone squares and borders unify the quilt and remind us of night skies and northern lights. Your little camper or your porch swing…

The quarter cut free quilt pattern comes together quickly and easily for a fantastic stash busting quilt to give or to keep!

Quarter Cut Quilt

"The Quarter Cut Quilt is a quick and easy stash buster quilt! Choose up to 7 quarter yard fabrics and up to 7 fat quarters, all with a unifying theme. Suggestions include florals, leaves, animals, sports, dots, homespuns, monochromatic, etc - whatever is in the stash that fits the theme. The addition of 2/3 yard of contrasting sashing creates this large lap size quilt. And with very little cutting and sewing, this quilt comes together quickly and easily for a fantastic stash busting quilt…

When I blogged about my scrappy improv blocks , I had several people mention that they were afraid to try it with their own scraps, since th...

Speedy Scrappy Improv Quilt Blocks

Don't be afraid to use your fabric scraps to make brand new free quilt block patterns. Simply following the tutorial and make your own Speedy Scrappy Improv Quilt Blocks in no time. These small scrap quilt designs will not only decrease your fabric stash, but also give any quilts you piece together using these scrappy quilt blocks a look that just can't be copied. If you don't have any particular designs in mind, start practicing your improv skills.

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Simply Scrappy Quilt Pattern

Just because a quilt uses fabric scraps doesn't mean it has to look like it is made with fabric scraps. With this Simply Scrappy Quilt Pattern, you will create an elegant and beautiful quilt with an eye-catching design. Featuring a bold and deliberate design, the easy quilt pattern will look stunning when draped over your favorite chair or folded on a bed. No one will guess that you used materials from your stash of scrap fabric to create this gorgeous quilt. The pattern for this quilt is…