Turn Small Scraps Into a Quilt to Treasure

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Update a Classic Block with Pieced Scraps!

This aptly named quilt makes use of every little bit of fabric left over from other projects. It’s a great project for small scraps and one you can work on a little at a time.





Scrappy Churn Dash blocks come together in a beautiful quilt. This is a great example of turning pieces too small to use elsewhere into treasure.

Every Little Bit Quilt Pattern

Piece a few small scrappy sections at a time as you’re working on other projects and finish the quilt when you have enough ready. The instructions specify paper piecing but a lightweight fabric foundation and string piecing could be used instead. That way there’s no paper to remove.

Every Little Bit Quilt Pattern

Every Little Bit Quilt Pattern

Choose inner and outer borders to complement your scraps. In the end you’ll have a wonderful quilt to enjoy for years to come.

Every Little Bit Quilt Pattern

Every Little Bit Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Pam Buda from Heartspun Quilts, is 66 1/2 x 74 1/2″. Or use the 6″ blocks in another project. The quilt originally appeared in the June, 2015 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting.

Click here for the free “Every Little Bit” quilt tutorial.

You’ll also need the foundation templates, found here.

 

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