Scrap Quilt Projects
  • Put your budding quilt-as-you-go skills to use on a lovely quilt that calls to mind a flock of birds. Gudrun shows you how to create a "quilting map" as a placement guide, and then reveals how to make and assemble your units in neat rows.
  • Pepper takes another look at the traditional Log Cabin block and comes up with some new twists. You'll find out why "log cabin" is a verb.
  • Curves can be intimidating, but Gudrun shows you simple tricks to stitch the illusion of curves with confidence for this unique table runner project. Next, you'll learn how to add your background and border fabric, and finish your runner with gorgeous topstitching.
  • Square up, preview and audition your rail fence blocks to ensure proper placement. Karla will teach you to add variety to your blocks by altering the cuts in your remaining your stacks before you assemble your quilt top with ease.
  • Learn to create a dynamic Square-in-Square style block and see how to easily keep track of your pieces as you sew. You'll also plan the border for your lap quilt.
  • Showcase classic blocks in one gorgeous scrap quilt! Get step-by-step guidance through fun flying geese, playful orange slice appliqués and much more.
    Amanda Jean Nyberg
    Amanda Jean Nyberg
  • Don't let your scraps from prior projects go to waste - use them all up in a gorgeous pillow! Gudrun walks you through the process of preparing and color-auditioning your scraps, marking the batting, and assembling your pillow with either an envelope back or zippered closure.
  • Take the hard work out of hand appliqué with Sarah's needleturn techniques, including easy ways to mark, make circles and create bias tape.
  • Deconstructed piecing is fun! Throw away your rulers and your preconceived notions and quilt freehand and improvisationally.
  • Give your sewing mojo a creative boost with four dazzling mini quilts.
    Suzy Williams
    Suzy Williams
  • You'll love this quilt design, which features lots of different shapes that use the 60-degree ruler. Sarah chooses contemporary fabrics, but this design lends itself to traditional prints and solids as well.
  • Recreate Edyta Sitar's celebrated scrappy style and make the most of your stash!
    Edyta Sitar
    Edyta Sitar
  • A basic square patchwork design helps you learn about scrap quilting.
  • Puss in the Corner is an old-fashioned nine-patch that can be dressed up or down, vintage or trendy.
  • Explore the traditional method of strip piecing over paper - in this case, all those annoying phone directories.
  • Dive into your first project, a colorful runner that can be used for any occasion. Gudrun shows you how to prepare the batting before assembling the runner from the center out. Finish your project by adding a neat, simple binding using Gudrun's foolproof tips.
  • Make curves without templates or pins while creating a deconstructed version of the classic New York Beauty block.
Change your thinking from square to circular as you tackle a sunburst topper that's bursting with color and energy.
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