I made this scrappy quilt out of scraps. It has 400 6-inch blocks plus the border.
Nice work Connie, it's beautiful.
Just beautiful. Inspires me to dig into my remnants and scraps.
I love it. The design is beautiful. Scrappy quilts work up so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome - great job
The scrappy quilt is neat- I am going to start one today-
Great quilting. What a wonderful way to help reduce your stash. Thanks for sharing.
i love your scrappy quilt. the sashes are perfect gini
I love your quilt... Very pretty.......
Beautiful quilt Connie. Thanks for sharing.
I love the look
OOOH, Connie, I love your quilt! What pattern did you use?
Really nice Connie. Looks like it could have made a dent in the stash pile.....maybe a small dent...;)
Absolutely beautiful! I love it! What pattern did you use?
Wow! I would have guessed that you slaved over picking out each of those fabrics at the quilt store. The scraps look fantastic together. Beautiful quilt.
it is a beautiful scrap quilt are you going to share the pattern with us
thank you for showing it Theresa
WOW! Love this spread. Need to add that to my list, have 4 UFOs to complete first.
Great job, love the quilt!
The pattern for the scrappy bedspread is simply: Cut a square (I used a 6 1/2"), cut the square in half. Cut a strip of material 1" wide by 7 1/2; sew the half triangles to the strip. Trim to the finished size you want. Mine were trimed to 6".
Sorry, the strip should be 1" finished, so cut it 1 1/2". I also randomly separated my scraps into dark,medium, and light and alternated the three in the quilt. I tried not to use the same fabric for both sides of one block.
I really love your quilt. Thank you for showing this to us.
Beautiful job, thanks for sharing.
Very pretty, Connie. I like all the colors and the way you did the sashing.
I've seen this pattern before and intended to start one, but never got started. Your quilt is lovely. Thanks for reminding me how beautiful this pattern can be. This should be a great way to finish up leftover fabrics as I finish projects. I hate putting scraps back on the shelf where they just get forgotton. I like the fact that you mixed up the block colors. Good Job!
Beautiful quilt. I really like scrappy but find it hard to put scraps that don't match together. Once the're together though, I really like it. Think I'll try this one. Thanks for sharing.
This is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
Beautiful quilt, I love making quilts from my scraps.
The quilt is beautiful. It looks as if you had a lot of solids - or are they small prints? (This is my first comment on any blog page - - I thought I'd join the rest of the world. I thought that among a bunch of quilters would be a great place to start!)
I love this quilt pattern and you did a beautiful job. Thanks for sharing the instructions for putting it to-gether.
I really like this one and it looks like I can do this. Thank you for the instranctions. Rose from Monongahela
Almost all of the fabrics were prints.
Ooo, I made the same quilt pattern, but I love yours, mine was a lap quilt to be sent to Mexico for an orphanage there. Love the scrappiness(is that a word?) of it.
What a beautiful prism effect. I just love symmetry ( thou shalt not covet thy fellow quilters quilt) LOL. Too late I love it.
Love it!! You did a beautiful job! Thanks for sharing.
Love it. What pattern did you use?
The directions are listed earlier in the comments. It is easy.
wow I'm working on one just like that one...Beautiful....I love scrappy quilts...Thanks for sharing..
This is a stunning quilt - Awesome!