Scrappy Patterns That Make Spring Cleaning Fun!
We quilters love fabric. There’s joy in finding the right patterns and color combinations for each project and once the cutting is done you’re left with scraps too pretty to throw away.
Let us help you whittle down your fabric stash by turning all those scraps into one (or more) of these 10 quilt patterns. Keeping your scraps in check makes for a tidy quilting space and offers room to start a new fabric stash.
A Zig Zag Quilt Means a Scrap-Busting Win
Our GO! Qube Mix & Match 8" Block paired with the GO! Qube 8" Companion Set-Corners and a GO! Strip Cutter-2½" (2" Finished) 3 Strips Die make it easy to slice up your fabric stash. This GO! Qube 8" Faux Braid Quilt Pattern was made for variety, which is one of the reasons it’s so great for paring down scraps.
Cheers! To Eliminating Your Fabric Stash
With its small quadrilateral shapes and triangles, the GO! Qube 6" Pinwheel Kite Throw Quilt Pattern is sure to make good use of your scrap piles. Let your assortment of existing fabric guide the outcome.
A Quilted Dizzying Delight
Fabric strips tie this classic GO! Scrappy Pineapple Quilt pattern together. Your GO! Fabric Cutter makes quick work of precisely cutting scraps into useable strips. That means you can spend more time on the fun part: arranging your unique selection of fabric into a pleasing pattern.
For a quilt that stands the test of time and uses up a lot of fabric pieces, try the GO! Qube 8" Colorado Quilt Pattern.
Quilting A Time Machine
A historical quilt with staying power, quilts like this GO! Scrappy Star Log Cabin are a favorite of many quilters. Maybe that’s because the Log Cabin block lets you get creative by offering a range of different designs.
This classic GO! Let's GO Crazy Throw Quilt uses a jumble of different shapes to elevate your scraps from unusable pieces into fabric art. Variety is the name of the game with this quilt.
This take on the GO! Twists and Turns Quilt has an abstract spiral-like design that lets you use up all those miscellaneous fabric pieces. Use one color to form the borders and really show off your scraps.
A Scrappy Rail Fence Quilt
Break out your strip cutter dies and bust your fabric stash with this GO! Scrappy Rail Fence quilt dazzler. This quilt uses an assortment of fabric sizes so you can really move through the scraps. Arrange your color strips to make the most of those diagonal lines.
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