Scrap Quilt Patterns
Many quilters and quilting groups make scrap quilts for donations to charitable organizations.
Almost any pattern can be adapted to create a scrap quilt, but we've chosen some that seem just right for using up some of those remnants you've been collecting. Scrap quilt blocks can be enlarged or reduced to make the most of your fabric collection.
Simple or complex, these patterns are a fun and festive way to make good use of all those little pieces you just don't have the heart to throw out. If you belong to a quilting club, a scrappy quilt is a great project the whole club can enjoy.
Scrap Quilt Patterns - Make a quilt using your fabric scraps.
Scrappy Basket Quilt Block
The basket quilt block goes together easily when you use quick piecing techniques.
Not So Much of a Trick
This quilt block is made from just two different types of quick-pieced units. Be as scrappy as you want to be when assembling the individual units.
1000 Member Celebration Block
This block was made by members of a group and makes a super scrap quilt.
Not Quite Bow Ties
Be careful, you may become addicted to this fast and easy quilt block.
Grandma's Choice Variation
The Grandma's Choice block is made up of four pinwheel units separated by strip-pieced sashing.
Plaid Scrap Quilt Pattern Block
It's a 12" block. This pattern combines regular piecing, with some template or paper piecing of the diamond section.
Glory in Scraps
This quilt is four blocks by five in straight sets, with a simple border of pieced 3-1/2" tan squares.
Makes a fast and easy 12" block.
Friendship Scrap Block
This makes a 12" block. Nice and easy...and a GREAT way to use up scraps.