“This #scrappyquilt must be the treasure you find at the end of a rainbow! #Craftsy member pinkishcamellia created it in the online class “Color Play for…”
This pretty quilt, from pieced goods.com, is made from scraps. The quilter describes her work, which had me thinking of a sort of improvisational variation on Margaret Miller's "Strips that Sizzle" concept.
Teaginny Designs: Chance of Showers
The circular design that emerges on this scrappy quilt is created by the pairing of two blocks: 54-40 or Fight and Corn and Beans. Just love the way the points extend to the borders
crazy string scrap quilt with selvages! (I like this one with all the strings facing the same way)
Postage stamp quilt made with scraps the size of postage stamps. I like the way this one doesn't require exact matching of hundreds of seams. Also, the placement of white squares at the ends of the last two rows of of each square make these appear as circles when viewed from a distance.