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  • Total submissions: 67
  • Total countries: 10
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  • Total states: 26

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63 Stars 63 Stars
By: Barb@Witsend,
Ontario, Canada

I started piecing this quilt years ago. I collected fabric from every where I went. I wanted the fabrics to look vintage. This was my second quilt that I quilted on my Longarm machine. Although my fabric tastes have changed from when I started this quilt I love it now it is quilted.

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 75"

99 Keys 99 Keys
By: Gene Black,
Alabama, USA

This is a simple quilt I made for a family member. I used a Disappearing Nine pack block and surrounded it with a piano key border and cornerstones. This was all made from stash scraps and yardage.

Quilt size: width: 45" height: 60"

An Aerial View of the Desert An Aerial View of the Desert
By: An AerialView of the Desert,
Kuwait

Art quilt made from scraps ,some of which are hand dyed.

KTAA Exhibition 2013
Awards Third place
Judges Choice

Quilt size: width: 28" height: 42"

Autumn Garden Autumn Garden
By: Mary S,
Michigan, USA

The orange print was given as “Fabric Challenge” in my local guild. It started as just a table topper using only the hex’s. Then grew as I added the flying geese, EQ7 program, as so on. Love using up scraps making hexagons as they can be used in so many ways. And fun to make too.

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 54"

Baby Bird is loved Baby Bird is loved
By: Nancy Bird,
Louisiana, USA

I started quilting again, after having my stuff in storage for 4 years,when we found out about our first grandchild. She’s. due in November. This is my first rag quilt. (BTW, her mom is a Sooner grad, and her dad is an LSU grad – that’s what the 2 oddball squares are!)

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 36"

Baby's trip around the World Baby’s trip around the World
By: webGurl,
Ontario, Canada

Saw this quilt online, and tracked down the pattern to Bonnie Hunter- loved how it turned! I made it for a girl from work, whose family is in Europe. Hard to be away from family at a time like that!

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 48"

Baie d'Orca Baie d’Orca
By: Accroquilt,
Quebec, Canada

Scrappy Quilt. From Bonnie K. Hunter
Mystery Quilt 2011 Orca Bay. My first mystery quilt.

Quilt size: width: 84" height: 92"

Black & White & Red All Over Black & White & Red All Over
By: Rhonda Lawton,
Texas, USA

This was an experiment with leftover scraps from another project. I used a template I designed and sewed up a storm. I’ve made several more of these Fractured Diamonds in various scrappy colors.

Quilt size: width: 45" height: 45"

Candy Cane Candy Cane
By: Gale Lavers,
Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Using a pattern from a 2010 magazine, I cut up all my Christmas stash into 11/2 and 2 1/2 inches. I now have two beautiful quilts to use as gifts. I used everything up and pieced the leftovers into strips to add to my backs. So happy to have found a place where they all look great together.

Quilt size: width: 70" height: 78"

carrie nation carrie nation
By: diane larson,
Iowa, USA

made entirely out of scraps. I used reds for the path and neutrals for the background. These are 8″ blocks.

Quilt size: width: 90" height: 100"

Cascade Cascade
By: Anne Deister,
Colorado, USA

I’m a huge Kaffe Fassett fan and have collected his fabrics for quite awhile. Love the colors and large scale prints. This was one of the first quilts I made that really pulled together some of my favorite Kaffe fabrics. This quilt is based on an original design and available through my website.

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 70"

Cherry Blossom Cherry Blossom
By: Kareh H,
Ontario, Canada

This original design is made from scraps & leftover bits. I make 3″ nine patches as leaders & enders. When I want to make a quilt I dip in to my huge pile of nine patches. I pulled pink & red blocks. I’m making from my stash. A free pattern for this quilt will be posted on my blog soon!

Quilt size: width: 69" height: 82"

Color Block Scraps Color Block Scraps
By: Nina,
Virginia, USA

This quilt was born out of my frustration with a growing pile of scraps. It was designed as I went along. Initially I was just organizing the scraps by color. It has a cozy fleece on the back and the quilting is free motion meandering.

Quilt size: width: 44" height: 76"

Cool! Cool!
By: Lies Bos-Varkevisser,
Netherlands

A quilt made of all my cool fabrics, blues, greens, purples. 4-6 pieces (2 inch square) of each fabric.

Quilt size: width: 61" height: 83"

Country Strings Christmas Tree Skirt Country Strings Christmas Tree Skirt
By: Gail Straka,
Arizona, USA

I love to make Christmas tree skirts. This pattern, which I designed, is great for using up those scraps. This one is Country, but also great in brights, blues, neutrals..

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 54"

Crayon Box Crayon Box
By: Margie Young,
Texas, USA

This quilt is made from many scraps of fabric leftover from other quilt projects.

Quilt size: width: 70" height: 84"

Crazy About Scraps Crazy About Scraps
By: kristi_d,
Wisconsin, USA

Overwhelmed by my scrap pile, I decided to piece what I had into blocks. I didn’t expect to have enough blocks for a queen size quilt with fabric left over!

Quilt size: width: 80" height: 82"

Crazy Baby Quilt Crazy Baby Quilt
By: Ramona,
Arkansas, USA

Made for a friend who is pregnant with her first child. She is a psychiatrist and when I asked what sort of quilt she wanted told me she wanted one of my crazy quilts, “the crazier, the better.”

Quilt size: width: 38" height: 42"

Destiny Destiny
By: Maggie Boucher,
North Carolina, USA

This is my first attempt at a double wedding ring. My daughter asked me to make this for her for her Best Friend for her engagement. I used peaces from 8 jelly rolls for the rings and for the binding and it is complete applique.

Quilt size: width: 78" height: 80"

Doll Quilt Doll Quilt
By: Diane U.,
Ontario, Canada

Edyta Sitar’s Doll Quilt pattern – I just loved making this one.

Quilt size: width: 25" height: 25"

Fading Charms Fading Charms
By: Claire Alexander,
Oregon, USA

I had been saving fabric samples for years, I and was happy to find a tutorial on Deanna’s blog. I modified it to be rectangle and to use my 1 1/2 inch fabric samples instead of 2 1/2 inch

Quilt size: width: 38" height: 60"

Fallon's First Star Fallon’s First Star
By: Robin Sinn,
Arizona, USA

This quilt was made in 1989 for the birth of my niece. It is from a 1988 Quilter’s Newsletter pattern. The quilt was started in Maryland and was finished in our new home in Arizona. My sister tells me it was well used and loved to pieces.

Quilt size: width: 52" height: 56"

Family Reunion Giveaway Quilt Family Reunion Giveaway Quilt
By: Ann,
Florida, USA

I made this to giveaway at our 2012 Family Reunion. I had a sweet label embroidered for it with last names of family and in honor of our grandmother. Fun idea.

Quilt size: width: 55" height: 70"

Flower Basket + Weed Wacker Flower Basket + Weed Wacker
By: Debbie Lange Quilting,
Indiana, USA

I pieced the border Weed Wacker blocks first with an assortment of bright colors. With the portion of the half square triangle that is normally discarded I pieced the traditional Flower Basket blocks. I used a tulip blocks as part of the setting triangles and scrappy sashing around the Flower Basket

Quilt size: width: 80.5" height: 96.5"

Fractured diamonds Fractured diamonds
By: Carol Johnston,
Idaho, USA

This is a scrappy sample of all my batiks and a couple of charm packs of batiks I ordered. It is my most masculine colourful quilt, which I quilted on my domestic machine at home

Quilt size: width: 76" height: 91"

Full of Flowers Full of Flowers
By: Jane,
Tennessee, USA

This is a beautiful quilt made with only 2 blocks. Look careful for the blocks are extended right to the edges. I used beautiful fall colors, which are my favorite. It was machine quilted in an all over flowers design.

Quilt size: width: 64" height: 64"

Growing up Growing up
By: DeborahGun,
Indonesia

This mini quilt was for my nieces 21st birthday. The embroidery of the little girl is to symbolise her letting go of childhood, and the tree is to symbolise my prayers for her – that she will remain rooted in the foundations that her childhood has given her and that she will flourish as an adult.

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 24"

Happy Scrappy Stars Happy Scrappy Stars
By: Theresa Litz,
New York, USA

Started July 2012 when attending a Bonnie Hunter workshop. She designed and offers this pattern named “My Blue Heaven” on her website free. It took a year to complete. During a new workshop this year, I proudly showed her my completed quilt. I am the short one on the right. Bonnie Hunter in back.

Quilt size: width: 82" height: 89"

It's just peachy It’s just peachy
By: Anne Laguette Hollebeke,
Colorado, USA

Peaches, corals and cream
Daughter-in-law picked the pattern and colors for my future granddaughter due in mid September.
She lives in Arizona, and I live in Colorado. We kept texting and sending pictures of fabric for the quilt. Just finished it yesterday, I quilted it myself too.

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 54"

Kaleidoscope Kaleidoscope
By: Lauren aka Giddy99,
Tennessee, USA

My first bed-size quilt (a KING), is Kaleidoscope – a gift for my mom! Many of the fabrics are Anna Maria Horner, Amy Butler, Kaffe Fassett – all cut from “my precious” section of my stash. The sashing and stars are Kona Charcoal. Quilted by Jennifer Davidson Jones (Granny B’s, Dickson, TN).

Quilt size: width: 99" height: 99"

Kaleidoscope kid's quilt Kaleidoscope kid’s quilt
By: Poppy,
Finland

I enjoyed to make classic kaleidoscope pattern with my scrappy bag on hand. The combination of colors turquoise, pink, black and blue was a bit extraordinary for me but inspirational.

Quilt size: width: 39" height: 47"

Kitchen Sink Kitchen Sink
By: Kaaren Biggs,
Ontario, Canada

I led a group of quilters each making her own quilt with monthly sections of this design from an Australian magazine. When it was done it seemed to have everything BUT the kitchen sink, so I scanned a photo of a kitchen sink and included it on the label!

Quilt size: width: 83" height: 110"

Leaves and Geese Leaves and Geese
By: Md White,
Kenya

Sewn in 3 different countries. Started w/a Flying Geese block exchange in Seattle, WA. Pieced the columns in Colombia. Machine appliquéd the leaves while back in Seattle. Quilt finished in Kenya. Pattern based on Julie Hendrickesen’s Small Measures. Longarm quilted by Deanna Gaudaur in Kenya.

Quilt size: width: 68" height: 106"

Liberty Fields in Scraps Liberty Fields in Scraps
By: Fiona,
Australia

I used lots of small scraps for this quilt… the biggest pieces were 4 1/2″ and I had loads of HST’s to trim. The main cream was a purchased piece. The pattern is by Kathy Doughty in the book Material Obsession. It’s my favourite quilt and covers my bed…

Quilt size: width: 79" height: 87"

Logs & Geese & Batiks Logs & Geese & Batiks
By: Lisa Marie,
Kentucky, USA

This pattern is Geese in the Cabin from Quilter’s Newsletter March 2005. It took years to paper piece then it waited more years to be quilted. Just for fun, I calculated the number of pieces when it was done — 2925 ! It’s made from my stash of older batiks. The back has additional piecing.

Quilt size: width: 72" height: 104"

Material Evidence Material Evidence
By: Annie Houston,
California, USA

This was a mystery quilt by Debbie Caffrey from my local quilt shop, Monica’s. With the exception of the butterfly fabric for the large squares, all the fabric for the top was from my stash! Unfortunately, there is still a lot of material evidence that my stash is getting out of hand…again!

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 70"

Nickel 1 Nickel 1
By: Susan Arnold,
California, USA

I was trying to use up some nickel squares but didn’t have enough yellow. So, pulled out some scrap yellow fabric and starting cutting. And now I have MORE nickel squares than when I started!!

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 64"

Nighttime Jewels Nighttime Jewels
By: Kay E Smith,
Washington, USA

Our guild’s monthly lotto block was 9″ scrappy stars. I decided this was the time to make my quilt. Most of the star points were made using triangles left over from other projects. I really love how this turned out.

Used Bonnie Hunters 6″ and 12″ star quilt pattern and added the 9″ stars.

Quilt size: width: 70" height: 82"

Ninnie Nines Ninnie Nines
By: Tina Craig,
Rhode Island, USA

Most of the 9-patch blocks were made by other members of the Ninigret Quiltes and swapped at meetings. I needed to make 10 additional blocks to complete the design. The layout was inspired by the Niner pattern by Thimble Blossoms. I plan to use up leftover binding after it is quilted.

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 76"

No Name No Name
By: Karen Pantony,
Australia

Quilt made using leftover strips cut into squares and sewn in medallion style. ‘No name’ will be given to local aged care facility where each person gets to choose a quilt for themselves.

Quilt size: width: 42" height: 42"

Nova Nova
By: Nancy Tanguay,
Connecticut, USA

This is an adaptation of the New York Beauty design that I made to try different positions for the blocks. I wanted to also use some of my scraps that were taking over my sewing room!

Quilt size: width: 80" height: 80"

Oh My, Scrappy Stars! Oh My, Scrappy Stars!
By: Lorna McMahon,
Ontario, Canada

A scrappy neutral background featuring warm and cool coloured star blocks, this quilt consists of 50 rows and 50 columns of 2″ finished squares.

Quilt size: width: 100" height: 100"

P. S. I Love You P. S. I Love You
By: Nancy Hamm,
Pennsylvania, USA

This is a simple 9 patch quilt using fabric from my stash but the border has hearts spilling over the edges because there is just so much love to give with this quilt. Pattern by Lynda Milligan & Nancy Smith from their book “Plentiful Possibilities”

Quilt size: width: 58" height: 78"

Paul's Big Boy Quilt Paul’s Big Boy Quilt
By: Julie Fukuda,
Japan

When my first grandson switched to a bigger bed, his baby quilt no longer worked. I went through all my blue and green scraps and cut one piece of everything. These were sewed into 5 inch blocks and then into 10. I was lucky to find the blue/green batik for the border. Hand pieced and hand quilted

Quilt size: width: 76" height: 86"

Pink denim Pink denim
By: Turid Bakken,
Norway

I love to reuse fabrics, especially denim. This I made from old denim jeans and all of my pink scraps.

Quilt size: width: 64" height: 80"

REAL Scrappy Quilt REAL Scrappy Quilt
By: JOY B,
Kentucky, USA

A cousin I hadn’t seen for years connected with me via facebook and found out I was putting quilts together for orphans/charity/gift. He sent me a box of scraps. I had to keep the quilt for his memory.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 48"

Red Hexies Red Hexies
By: Marianne Jeffrey,
Colorado, USA

This quilt is made up of 4inch hexagons. Every piece of fabric was from my stash, I used almost every red fabric I owned.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 80"

Rundt og rundt Rundt og rundt
By: Berit Hansen,
Norway

Quilt size: width: 67" height: 87"

Scrap Control 1 Scrap Control 1
By: Susan,
Alabama, USA

This quilt started very innocently with someone telling me about using used dryer sheets as a foundation for scrap quilts. I googled this concept and this is how I upcycled used dryer sheets and a lot of 1 1/2″ and smaller wide strings. It has been a fun and addictive work in process.

Quilt size: width: 74" height: 80"

Scrapalicious Scrapalicious
By: Samelia’s Mum,
Australia

My scrap tub was overflowing so I decided it was time to use up my scraps and leftover pieces of favourite fabrics to create a scrappy, improv quilt.

I absolutely love the finished quilt.

I quilted some words and family names into the quilt and my children love trying to find the quilted word

Quilt size: width: 80" height: 92"

Scrappy I Scrappy I
By: Mary Lines,
Washington, USA

I threw all the pieces in a bag and pulled them out at random.

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 57"

Scrappy Patriotic Scrappy Patriotic
By: Cynthia Brunz Designs,
Oregon, USA

This is a recent finish of mine. I pulled my scrap 2 1/2″ strips in reds and blues and came up with this fun two color pattern. It went together quickly and easily. I really like how it turned out!!

Quilt size: width: 59" height: 68"

Scraps for the Road Scraps for the Road
By: Peg,
British Columbia, Canada

Trying to use up scraps, I randomly made various style blocks of strips and HST’s and small squares, added a few random blocks left over from other projects, and ended with this nice colorful quilt that seemed to suit our trailer perfectly. So it’s on the road with us all summer!

Quilt size: width: 60" height: 72"

Scrapspectrum Scrapspectrum
By: Willeke de la Chambre,
Netherlands

I made this quilt a few years back and used all the scraps I had at that moment.

Quilt size: width: 72" height: 72"

Scrap~Yard Picnic Quilt Scrap~Yard Picnic Quilt
By: dawn,
Illinois, USA

My scrap quilt was made as part of the Sew Scrap Along at Pleasant Home blog back in 2012. My challenge was to use only red, green, blue, and yellow fabric from my scraps. The border and backing was from my stash.

Quilt size: width: 68" height: 79"

Skittles Skittles
By: Carmi,
Oregon, USA

This was a design by Judy Laquidara from Patchwork Times and was made with my stash. My grandson picked it out for his when he saw it.

Quilt size: width: 68" height: 58"

Spider web Spider web
By: Mina,
Texas, USA

I was in serious need of taming my scrap boxes! I found the tutorial on Quiltville and made a Spider web quilt. I am pleased to say that I no longer have a scrap problem

Quilt size: width: 74" height: 84"

Spring Spring
By: Helen Hubert,
Ontario, Canada

The mountain of scraps was getting out of control, so I pulled some yellows and greens for this project. The pattern is pretty easy, using 4 1/2″ squares and 2 1/2″ strips. On completion, this was donated to the Quilts of Valour program.

Quilt size: width: 66" height: 78"

Star Light, Star Bright Star Light, Star Bright
By: Peg,
British Columbia, Canada

In response to a rainbow challenge, I started making these wacky stars from scraps left from another rainbow quilt. The challenge seems to have disappeared, but no matter. The quilt isn’t assembled yet, but should be shortly and then I hope to send it along to Alberta for the flood victims there.

Quilt size: width: 45" height: 54"

Starburst Starburst
By: Gail F,
New Brunswick, Canada

A summer project designed to clean up some of my stash. completely hand pieced and hand quilted…

Quilt size: width: 90" height: 90"

Tassels Tassels
By: Karen,
California, USA

Using my tutorial and blocks from Friends+Fabric=A Modern Stash Bee along with a few extras for a good size, I created Tassels, a quilt that I treasure. Sewn together at our first MQG Retreat made it even more memorable, playing eye spy of designer fabric at 2am. Pieced and quilted by me at home.

Quilt size: width: 61" height: 73"

Toddler String Quilt Toddler String Quilt
By: NitaDances,
Yukon Territory, Canada

This is a small “Because You Matter” quilt, the the first of 3 quilts made by request for three young brothers in foster care. The social worker requested small “blankie” sized quilts, so as this one was for a 2-year-old, I made it especially small. I used string scraps from my scrap bin.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 36"

Treasures from the scrap bin Treasures from the scrap bin
By: Laila Kristiansen,
Norway

This quilt was finished in 2012. The smallest squares finishes at 1″ x 1″. Design is by Nancy Eriksen and it is beautifully quilted by Quiltestallen.

Quilt size: width: 49" height: 76"

Twister: A Coins Quilt Twister: A Coins Quilt
By: Becca,
Maryland, USA

Found this pattern and thought it might make a good Quilt for Kids pattern if it was downsized. I couldn’t bring myself to make it smaller, though. So here is the final result. Completely created from my stash, including the backing which was made from leftovers. Long arm quilting by me.

Quilt size: width: 56" height: 56"

Under the Boardwalk Under the Boardwalk
By: Nancy K,
California, USA

The play of light and shadow reminded me of sitting under the Boardwalk in Virginia many years ago. The song played over in my head constantly. It is all batiks and the outside edge are shells.

Quilt size: width: 65" height: 51"

Vintage Scrappy Kaleidoscope Vintage Scrappy Kaleidoscope
By: Glenna Hailey,
Oklahoma, USA

This little quilt was made from fabric salvaged from a beat up old quilt top. Most of the prints are feedsack. It is backed with a fabulous old feedsack as well and bound with a turquoise and red feedsack print. The flowers are also feedsack and embellished with vintage buttons.

Quilt size: width: 31" height: 31"

What Would Kaffe Do? What Would Kaffe Do?
By: Brita Pingry,
Tennessee, USA

I pulled equal numbers of Kaffe Fassett-style fabrics and neutral tone-on-tone fabrics to make this pattern. However, it looked pretty boring. So I tossed the tone-on-tones, and substituted some of Kaffe’s neutrals, or rather, less-than-in-your-face fabrics, and it turned out exciting!

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 60"


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This post was published on July 19th, 2013. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.

38 Responses to “Scrappy Quilts”

  1. Frances says:

    Wow — with all those gorgeous scrap quilts I need 20 votes not a mere 6 to pick my favorites. Beautiful quilts.

  2. Julie A. says:

    Beautiful quilts!!!!

  3. Nita says:

    I voted! I also entered for the very first time. :) I know I won’t win because there are so many professional and professional-looking quilts, but it is fun to enter anyway. :)

  4. Beret Nelson says:

    Wow, too many choices. I think I’m glad I didn’t enter this week:-) Fun to see a Berit and a Brita, I am Beret and my daughter is Britta, neither one very common:-)

  5. DeborahGun says:

    Wow – so many pretty quilts. I entered for the first time – it is fun to be part of a great weekly show and tell.

  6. Missy says:

    What a lot of beautiful quilts!

  7. Joyce says:

    Love them scrappy quilts!

  8. Maggie Boucher says:

    I voted and I entered, it is fun to be a part of show and tell. Can someone please tell me how to take a good pic of qults, the one i posted does not do this quilt justice.

  9. Maryellen says:

    Great quilts! It’s always fun to see scrappy ones, and be inspired.

  10. Lea says:

    What a great bunch of quilts! So hard to choose, Good luck to all that entered and thanks for sharing your works of art!

  11. Fiona MacLachlan-Morris says:

    Lovely, lovely, lovely scrappy quilts

  12. Many lovely quilts!!

  13. lee says:

    Thanks for hosting and I loved so many of these scrappy quilts! Great work everyone!

  14. Becca says:

    I have to admit that I had to go through the list three times before I settled on my six quilts. All are great quilts and I’m sure their recipients are just tickled to have them. I know I would be. The scrap quilt is my absolute favorite. The scrappier and the more random the better. I have so many bins of scraps just waiting to become that next scrap quilt. Excuse me, I need to go spend some quality time with my sewing machine.

  15. All I can say is, “WOW!” There are an amazing variety of scrappy quilts entered for this week’s theme. Thank you for sharing this!

    Lorna:)
    http://sewfreshquilts.blogspot.com

  16. Maria do carmo says:

    Difícil de escolher,parabéns a todas

  17. antonia says:

    This week I would have liked to vote for 20 favorites. There is so much potencial out there, so many creative people! I love and enjoy it so much.

  18. Gaitor says:

    They are all so awesome, and so different! Good luck everyone.

  19. Gayle Pulley says:

    Lots of gorgeous quilts this week! Hard to pick just 6.

  20. Chris says:

    I love scrap quilts. So many great ideas here.

  21. Sharon Joyner Griffith says:

    I have voted but it was really hard with only having 6 votes…great job everyone…

  22. jean says:

    Love these scrappy quilts!

  23. Daphne Lewis says:

    A great selection of quilts entered in this contest! Judging would be difficult!

  24. Nina says:

    Nice quilts. Great inspiration.

  25. Tina Gilley says:

    Lovely Awesome Quilts. Hard To Pick Only Six.

  26. Terry Mowszowski says:

    Difficult to chose, but seeing as it is a “Scrappy Quilt” challenge, I looked for the scrappiest and the most pleasing on the eye. great quilts everyone.

  27. Sue says:

    Scrappy quilts are my favourites, and there are some gorgeous ones here! Congrats to everyone who submitted, it’s very hard to choose just 6!

  28. SharonG/FL says:

    Too many quilts to vote on to make a true assessment. I see many variants here, True Scrappy, Controlled Scrappy, Stash Scraps Only…..and there are more, but when I vote, I also take into consideration how much the quilt adheres to that weeks type of quilt to be entered. There are a number of excellent ideas for scraps this week. Thank you for entering and for sharing your gift.

  29. Sheila says:

    I love scrappy quilts so it was fun to scan through and see all these gorgeous quilts!

  30. Wow, that was hard. I tried to choose the most scrappiest. That may be a new word–not sure. Must not be, I found it in spell check

  31. Pauline F says:

    Lots of beautiful quilts featured in the ‘scrappy’ parade. I always look for the one that best suits the topic and I like to see a finished quilt. I’m working on a blue scrappy quilt at the moment…just love how it is coming together. Thanks for sharing! Happy stitching!

  32. Judy says:

    This was a hard one to narrow down to just six. There are so many great quilts to choose from.

  33. Wow! This has been my favorite to date. Those are some really good eye candy quilts, very inspirational. Have a super day!

  34. Carol says:

    Those are all beautiful quilts! It was hard to choose 6–they all deserve to win.

  35. Joy says:

    I love scrappy quilts and there were so many great ones to choose from. SOme great ideas here.

  36. Lynette, From NZ says:

    It was very hard choosing just 6 quilts

  37. lindawwww says:

    I love the scrappy look!

  38. Maggie BOUCHER says:

    NOW I GET A GOOD PIC OF MY QUILT….URGGG

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