New Tutorial - Valued Scrap Quilt

I have a new tutorial for you today - this is the Valued Scrap Quilt! If you are thinking that maybe you have seen this quilt before . . . technically this tutorial isn't new since it has been available in my Instagram stories for a while. But it is a new PDF tutorial.


A Valued Scrap Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting


This quilt is THE BEST for using up scraps. It is perfect for leftover binding pieces, jelly roll strips, or for cutting down pieces of yardage or fat quarters. It uses fabric of all values from the very lightest to the very darkest and everything in between. It works with what you have, whatever you have.


A Valued Scrap Quilt - Kitchen Table QuiltingA Valued Scrap Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting


It is also just a fun exercise in working with different fabric values. The quilt is a little more forgiving than the #plaidishquilt and, since it uses smaller pieces, is better at using what you have in your scrap bin.


A Valued Scrap Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting


I have now made this quilt twice - once with the dark value in the the middle and one with the light value in the middle (read more about the previous quilt here). It works either way.


Scrap Quilts Together

You can download the pattern (it's free) in my shop. Of course while you are there, feel free to browse around the PDF and paper patterns too. 


18 comments

  1. Thank you for this - it looks great!

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  2. Looks interesting and easy. Thank you for the pattern!

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  3. Thanks Erica! One of these days I need to face another scrap quilt!

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  4. Beautiful!
    Might have to make this my new leaders n enders project!
    Thank you so much 🙏💞

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  5. Thank you for the pattern! I have so many scraps, I could probably make a few of these quilts!

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  6. Thank you Erica for the free download. I just love it!

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  7. Thank you for this pattern. Leaders and enders come to mind and my jelly roll scraps are wispering "use us" out of their drawer :-). Love from Switzerland. Ursula

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  8. Thank you for this pattern. I have been searching for an easy scrap buster pattern and tis looks like fun.

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