October 2, 2015

Scrappy Patches {A New Pattern!!}

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Introducing Scrappy Patches, my latest quilt pattern!  Scrappy Patches is a simple pattern that will make it look like you worked hard to make it. Blocks are strip pieced to make it as quick as possible. This pattern will look great in many fabric collections!  The pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions for 7 sizes!  Pattern #BHQ1015004

The quilt above is baby size in 12 solids.


The cover quilt is a small lap made from yardage of 12 fabrics by Shannon of The Fleming's Nine.

Made from one block, this pattern can be completely scrappy or more planned depending on fabric selection. Pattern includes material requirements using jelly rolls or fat quarters for random, scrappy placement; and yardage for identical, planned blocks made from 12 fabrics. Instructions are clearly written with corresponding graphics.


The quilt above is a small lap made from scraps, also made by Shannon of The Fleming's Nine.


The quilt above is a large lap made from jelly rolls of Snapshots by Verna Mosque.  What I love about this quilt is the totally scrappy look, yet it's still made with just one block that is strip pieced and quick!  It looks like I spent a lot more time on it than I did!

Scrappy Patches is suitable for experienced beginners and up. It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for cutting and piecing this stunning quilt. 

This pattern is 16-page PDF that includes mock-ups of all sizes in various fabric collections so you can see what each size looks like when finished.

Scrappy Patches is available for an introductory price through October 15th in my Craftsy pattern shop or my Etsy shop!

Today is Free Fabric Friday at Craftsy!  Enter to win this Charm Square of Artisan Batiks by Robert Kaufman!


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16 comments :

Shannon said...

Congrats on another quilt pattern!

Jasmine said...

Congrats on another pattern. It does seem very versatile. I really like it in the earthy tones.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Congratulations on another pattern! Where do you find the time to do everything that you do????

hydeeannsews said...

i love scrappy patterns that are precut friendly! i just made a tutorial for one myself. so fun.

and as a homeschooling mama, i can totally relate to your bio paragraph! it made me smile. hugs!

Gemini Jen NZ said...

Looks like a really fun quilt to make!

Lara B. said...

Congratulations Myra! It took my eyes a little while to pick out which were the individual blocks. It looks like a totally random scrappy quilt. Great job!

Zenia Rene said...

I love scrappy! I give the pattern and it's name two enthusiastic thumbs up! Congratulations Myra!

Katie V said...

How wonderful! I like that it can be either really randomized or very organized. My favorite kind of quilts!

Cheryl said...

Congrats on another great pattern!

Kate said...

Very versatile pattern. Congrats on finishing it all up.

Clare Lloyd said...

Fab quilt.

Maartje Quilt said...

I love that pattern and it looks well with different fabric choices. Congrats!!

Preeti Harris said...

I know what it takes to write a pattern. So congratulations on another accomplishment. I am sure it will be very popular because it is simple and versatile!!!
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Bonnie said...

Didn't see ad for Craftsy event. May have to buy into that. On the other hand, I haven't watched all the classes I've already bought. Sigh. New pattern looks great.

Stephie said...

Great pattern, I bet it'll be really popular! Great idea to show it in different fabrics :)

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

What a neat pattern Myra and you showed it in the perfect fabrics!