Crazy scrap quilts

Get inspired by these crazy scrap quilts that are bursting with color and creativity. Explore top ideas to create your own unique and vibrant quilt masterpiece.
Quilt Blocks, Crafts, Quilts, Patchwork, Quilt Making, Quilt Sewing, Scrap Quilt Patterns, Scrappy Quilts, Scrappy Quilt

My daughter has a friend that celebrated her birthday last week. I wanted to make her friend a pillow (I've had it in mind for months!) and even though I didn't feel like I had the time to make it, I whipped it up anyway. It's amazing how much one can get done with a little bit of focus and a deadline. A lot of these cute scraps came from my friend Mary. (Thanks Mary!!!) My daughter had picked them out and squirreled them away as her favorites. I couldn't think of a better project to use…

Judith Stewart
Scrappy Broken Dishes Quilt - Antique Inspired -

Scrappy Broken Dishes Quilt – Antique Inspired Hello Dear Friends and Readers, Reflecting on antique Dutch quilts, I will immediately think of stars, hourglass, tumbling blocks and broken dishes in the quilt designs. Of course there are others too, but this is what comes to mind for me. The appeal is timeless and the beauty of … Continue reading Scrappy Broken Dishes Quilt – Antique Inspired →

Стоянка Петкова
Crazy Quilting, Patchwork, Quilts, Quilt Blocks, Crafts, Strip Quilt Patterns, Crazy Quilt Blocks, Strip Quilts, Crazy Quilt Stitches

Crumb Quilt VS Crazy Quilt, both patchwork techniques are made with scraps of fabric, but which one is better and easier to make? When you love to make quilts or to sew, sooner or later you will end with a basket full of scraps of fabric, small and big, and as any other quilter these

Mary Klein
The Summer Scrap Elimination Project: Week 1 Patchwork, Couture, Strip Quilts, Quilting Studio, Quilting Tips, Quilt Making, Strip Quilt, Quilting Methods, Easy Scrap Quilts

It's the first day of summer and here in Arizona and it is HOT, HOT, HOT! It's definitely time to hole up in my studio and make new things until cooler weather is with us again. This year I got back from my latest trip and started studio clean up. Usually that process begins with putting away my scraps from recent projects, but this time I was confronted with this image. What a wreck! Not only can I not find anything in my scrap drawers, but I also can't fit any more in those drawers. As yo

Robin Pollack