Free Scrap Quilt Patterns are a favorite of many quilters because no two are ever the same. When you use scrap quilt fabrics from the stash that you’ve been storing, your quilt project becomes a personal story of past and present quilting. Beautiful for Christmas, do you agree?
Free Scrap Quilt Patterns
Scrap quilts are not only a great way to use up your leftovers and make sure you get use out of every inch of fabric but also the perfect way to tell the story of your quilting adventures.
There are patterns that we make because we think it is beautiful the way it is made, the combination with the colors, the combination with the prints, the size and also the occasion folklore is being made but this pattern it has every detail that draws our attention without wanting to do it.
crap quilts are a fabulous way to put all of your fabric scraps to use. One of the best parts about using scrap fabrics is that you can mix up the presentation of the final look with the scraps that you use.
Take a feminine and girlie quilt pattern like the “Girlie Girl” and use darker fabrics such as blue and cream variations and the quilt takes on a much more masculine feeling. Use scraps all from the same color family and the “Stars in My Garden” quilt feels more simple and delicate. You can control the finished feeling of each quilt just by using your favorite scraps – the freedom is all yours! Beautiful for Christmas, do you agree?
Free Scrap Quilt Pattern by Toby Preston
Using a bouquet of pink fabrics from her stash, Toby Preston added green and cream fabrics to create a uniquely feminine quilt. Adding in the occasional blue/pink, orange/pink, and red/pink fabric helped to add another level of depth to the quilt.
Using 20 Girlie Girl Blocks and 4 Corner Quilt Blocks, this finished quilt comes together quickly with fabrics from your stash. To make the pieced outer quilt border, you will sew strips together on the long sides to form pieced strips cut into border lengths. This quilt combines numerous elements to create a finished quilt much lovelier than the sum of its parts. Like an old country garden, your choices help to frame the finished look of the quilt.
Dark and light fabrics trade places in the star quilt blocks and add sparkle to the quilt. You can vary the finished look of this quilt by choosing to mix fabrics in various other combinations. Beautiful for Christmas and others special date, do you agree?
Scrap quilts are certainly a special type of quilt for many quilters. You have the freedom of adding in whatever variables you would like. You can use color, pattern, print or whatever type of design you would like. Scrap quilts can also allow you to experiment with various scraps from past patterns that make quilting feel like a trip down memory lane!PATTERN FREE: TUTORIAL PDF