Scrap Quilt Patterns

Scrap quilt patterns are among some of the most popular here at! Stemming from the early days of quilting, scrap quilting originated from scarce resources and limited funds. Resourceful quilters wanted to make sure they got the most they could from ever piece of fabric they purchased with their hard earned money (especially since early quilters were often using old linens, worn clothing or other materials that they thought could still be useful to their family in some other way – like a scrappy quilt top!). Scrap quilting also appeals to a wide range of quilters – from modern quilters who use their scraps to make an improvisational wall quilt to traditional quilters looking to make popular quilt patterns like a Dresden plate or coin quilt. It can also be a way to commemorate your own quilting history. After all, each of those scraps have come from a different quilting project you’ve worked on! They may have even come from friends or family – making your next scrap quilt that much more special.

Grab your scrap bucket and one of these scrap quilt patterns and get started on your next scrappy masterpiece today!

Washday Blues Quilt

Washday Blues Quilt

These vacation-themed mini prints are irresistible, and this design is the perfect choice for using them in a quilt. The blocks use familiar components, triangle-squares and Flying Geese units, and combine to create this cheerful and nostalgic quilt by designer Krisanne Watkins. Make it just how you want it by trying batik fabrics or by using your…

Sweet Pea Quilt

Sweet Pea Quilt

Make this innovative design using your favorite solid colors — quilt blocks in vibrant solids make this bed-size quilt pattern sing! Piecing is fast with these oversized block units. Use your favorite colors to create a bold, one-of-a-kind quilt with great movement and personality in the scrap quilt pattern. Not interested in making this a stash-buster…

Saluting You Quilt

Saluting You Quilt

Easy block quilt patterns are a fun way to enjoy piecing and assembling and these easy quilt blocks help you do just that. The quilt top is made up of one simple block — easy enough for a beginner. Candy Hargrove designed this Quilt of Valor using patriotic-colored scraps. This quilt uses prints in cream, tan,…

Vintage Charm Quilt

Vintage Charm Quilt

Grandmother’s lovingly-made granny-square afghan inspired Carmen Geddes to create a quilt of a similar layout. All of the squares in the quilt finish at 1″ square, sized in the tradition of a postage-stamp quilt. It’s in the layout of the colorful squares that the granny squares take shape. Not only is this a win for…

Aubryanna's Constellation Quilt

Aubryanna’s Constellation Quilt

Krisanne Watkins designed this classic quilt based on a quilt block containing partial seams, an easy technique that you’ll want to add to your skill set. This large, twin-size quilt features spinning quilt blocks that come together easily. Give this fun partial seams technique a try! You might be delighted with the results, especially if you…

Prairie Petals Quilt

Prairie Petals Quilt

Stitch petals on top of pieced quilt blocks using easy raw-edge appliqué for an enjoyable, relaxed quilting experience. Raw-edge appliqué adds a little curve to your patchwork, adding interest. This throw-size quilt pattern looks spectacular with coordinating fabrics, but you can also treat this one as a scrap quilt pattern. Grab your stash and get started for a…


Rock Around the Block Scrap Quilt Project

Jack’s Chain is the traditional name for this formerly challenging block. Nancy McNally redesigned it to make it easier to piece. This project is Fat Quarter Friendly. Rock Around the Block digital pattern Size: 43¾” × 56″ Blocks: 12 (11¼”) blocks Rating: Intermediate To learn more about Nancy McNally, visit our Designers page.  


Forever Yours Scrap Quilt Project

If you can make a triangle-square, you can make Cathy Wierzbicki’s fabulous quilt. It’s also a great design for using those lovely batiks in your stash. This project is Fat Quarter Friendly. Forever Yours digital pattern Size: 60″ × 72″ Rating: Intermediate To learn more about Cathy Wierzbicki, visit our Designers page.  


Compass Scrap Quilt Project

We love this original quilt block by Patricia Freiburger. She says she was just “doodling on graph paper” looking for inspiration to use her wonderful batik collection when she came up with this design. This quilt pattern is Fat Quarter Friendly. Compass digital pattern Size: 93″ × 93″ Blocks: 25 (14″) blocks Rating: Intermediate To learn…


Woven Rings Scrap Quilt Project

Cut and sew strips, and then watch the magic begin as interlocking rings form. You can make Christina McCourt’s quilt from any small-scale fat quarters in your stash. This project is Fat Quarter Friendly. Woven Rings digital pattern Size: 42″ × 54″ Blocks: 12 (12″) blocks Rating: Intermediate To learn more about Christina McCourt, visit our…


Rings of Freedom Scrap Quilt Project

An asymmetrical layout gives this traditional design an updated look. Our instructions call for fat quarters, but you can make it scrappier by digging into your stash or trading squares with friends. This patriotic quilt is Fat Quarter Friendly. Rings of Freedom digital pattern Rings of Freedom quilt kit Size: 60″ × 82½” Blocks: 88 (7½”) Split…


Cogs Scrap Quilt Project

Gather twelve favorite small print fat quarters to make this Rolling Stone quilt. Designer Leila Gardunia used an assortment of charming vintage fabric prints for her crib-size quilt. This project is Fat Quarter Friendly. Cogs digital pattern Size: 38″ × 50″ Blocks: 12 (10″) Rolling Stone blocks Rating: Intermediate To learn more about Leila Gardunia, visit our…


Churning Nine Patch Scrap Quilt Project

Designer Scott Alan Flanagan combined reproduction prints and batiks in two beloved blocks — the Churn Dash and Nine Patch quilt blocks. He says, “The Churn Dash is one of my favorite blocks, and I made it more intricate by piecing the center section.” This quilt is Fat-Quarter Friendly. Churning Nine Patch digital pattern Size: 64″ ×…


Kjestin’s Legacy Scrap Quilt Project

Designer Krisanne Watkins named this quilt in honor of her great-great-grandmother, Kjestin Marie, who crossed the plains with a handcart, and who also enjoyed making quilts. “I feel a connection to her because I also love to make quilts,” says Krisanne. Using a set of Tri-RecsTM acrylic templates makes quick work of cutting the triangles for this quilt.…