Plus It’s a Great Use of Scraps from Your Stash!
Leftover fabric from past projects may be all you need to make this charming scrap quilt. It’s a wonderful way to use up some of your stash. Sort fabrics between light and dark to create the overall design.
You can also start fresh with new fabric. A pretty combination of fat eighths and fat quarters will do the trick. Coordinate the colors around a particular theme or go full-on scrappy for your interpretation.
This quilt is an easy one to make, too. Beginning quilters with some experience will be able to complete this project. Just be sure to not stretch the bias edges of the triangles.
Once completed, the finished quilt, from designer Connie Kauffman, is 60″ x 90″.
The pattern for “Scrappy Crossings” is included in Scrap Happy Quilting.
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