Rare is the quilter that doesn’t save her scraps. Unfortunately, that’s as far as some of us get. Break out of the mold, pull out your scraps and make a quilt! Here’s a few patterns that might work for you.
This one is for the itty-bitty scraps. Use them up in this Scrappy Nine-Patch. A neutral background showcases all those little bits of color.
Syncopated Ribbons makes use of your odd shaped scraps. Instructions are includes for four sizes, from baby to queen. Time to sort those scrap pieces into colors!
You won’t need many large scrap pieces for this one – you’ll be able to use up lots of your smaller scraps. And it won’t matter how bright or subdued your fabrics are – Pinwheel Sampler will make them into a cheery quilt.
With Fiesta Wear by Sandy Klop, anything goes. Prints, solids, tone on tones… use them all. The black border and black sashing really accent the colors.
Little Big Star has the look of a Trip Around The World. Your scraps, plus a little white and a little black will create this amazing quilt.
Scraps & More is a book full of patterns for your scraps. Nine in all, including quilts, a pillow pattern and a table runner.
If you didn’t like any of these, browse the Scrap Quilt Pattern section of QuiltersWarehouse.