Scrappy baby quilts

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Patchwork, Pin, Knutselen, Fai Da Te, New Year's, Quilt, Quilting Designs, Jellyroll Quilts, Quilting Designs Patterns

The week between Christmas and New Year's I pin basted four quilts, preparing them for machine quilting. Today I am sharing the third finish of the four. I made this quilt from rectangles I found in a box of scraps from a quilt I made a number of years ago. There were a lot more rectangles than I remembered, so I started randomly placing them on my design wall and created this top. This was pure mindless sewing, which is needed on occasion! The machine quilting was purely mindless, too. I…

Rebecca Schnek
Quilt Block Patterns, Quilts, Quilt Blocks, Patchwork, Quilting, Quilting Patterns, Quilt Top, Quilt Patterns Free, Quilt Patterns

"Scrappy Trip Around the World" is a quilt pattern that, as far as I can tell, originates here. It uses a very unique piecing method involving unpicking seams (on purpose!). It's a great way to use scraps, and delightful to see how the different patterns emerge as you go. I am making a classic "Scrappy Trip" right now, you can see my progress on Instagram @woodberry_way (#marquittascrappytrip). I received a quilt order for twins this week that needed to be finished rather quickly, so I…

Sandy Wetli
Treadlestitches: Little Bricks, A Free (Very Easy) Pattern Quilt Block Patterns, Quilts, Patchwork, Crochet, Quilt Blocks, Quilting Patterns, Quilt Patterns Free, Block Quilt, Scrap Quilts

Welcome to Treadlestitches! Can you stand another baby quilt for Hands 2 Help? I'm calling this one Little Bricks. This is a stack of bricks. Quilter's bricks, of course, rectangles measuring 2.5 in. x 4.5 in. I first learned about them from Bonnie Hunter, quilter and teacher extraordinaire, who has used this shape in many quilts. When I'm cutting pieces for a quilt and only have a small amount left of a 2.5 in. strip, I cut it into a brick. If I don't have enough left for a brick, I often…

Amy Shuter