My Top 10 Favorite Scrap Projects

I love making scrap quilts so I thought it would be fun to put together a list of my top 10 favorites. It was actually really hard to narrow it down to just 10! 

A Scrappy Freya Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

There are a mix of free tutorials and patterns here. Some ar rainbow-y, some are value-based, some are just random. I know you probably thought the Plaid-ish Quilt would be number one, but don't worry, it's on the list!

 Let's start the countdown. 

Quilt Ideas - All is Well

All is Well is such a sweet collection - I love the soft, muted colors and the florals. While I normally favor bold, more saturated colors, I am finding myself more drawn to softer collections lately. It was fun to play around with them in some quilts.

The Frances Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

I tried to do a mix of older/new and more traditional/more modern patterns for this collection. My favorite prints in the collection is probably the plaid and it is available as a flannel print. What a great quilt backing!

Kaleidoscope Scrap Quilt Tutorial

In the past year, I think have had more emails asking for this template than just about anything. A few years ago I posted a tutorial for a Kaleidoscope quilt block that included a downloadable template. At some point in the past year, the download link stopped working and I didn't have the template saved anywhere!

scrappy kaleidoscope quilt

This past week I finally sat down at re-wrote the tutorial and made a new template. The new tutorial is now all ready to go and can be downloaded (for free!) in my shop.

The Iris Quilt in Tiny Beasts

I am a huge fan of Tula Pink's fabrics. In fact, one of my favorite quilts that I have ever made is the original Iris Quilt using her True Colors prints. The colors are just magical.

The Iris Quilt in Tiny Beasts - Kitchen Table Quilting

Many of her collections feature larger scale graphics that make them perfect for patterns like Tessa or Judy and less perfect for patterns like Iris. True Colors was an exception to this and now there is another exception: Tiny Beasts. This has the super cute graphics but on a smaller scale. 

The Hannah Quilt Pattern - Mockups

I had some fun putting these mockups together for the Hannah Quilt Pattern. Depending on the background fabric that you use for your quilt, the pattern can take on a more traditional or a more modern tone. Notice the Rifle Paper Co. collection here looks pretty traditional and the Sugar prints look very modern. I love that!

The Hannah Quilt in Birthday - Kitchen Table Quilting

You guys know I love a plain old boring white/light gray background fabric but I'm trying to be a little more adventurous for you so there is a pink one in here. Each of these quilts are mocked up in lap size (since that's my favorite - and many of your favorites too) which uses exactly 1 standard Jelly Roll.

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