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Neverending Scrap Quilt

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Intermediate

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  • Classic Blocks

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Pattern Details

This quilt was inspired by an antique quilt Log Cabin, with a twist. There are myriad ways that the blocks can be set. Once you start making these blocks, you cannot stop, it is like eating peanuts, which is why it is called the Neverending Scrap Quilt. The instructions are for four sizes of blocks and how to make them. How many you make is up to you! Make it scrappy or coordinated. Copyright bdieges designs(c)2012. All rights reserved. You are welcome to make quilts from these patterns for yourself or as gifts. Please, DO NOT photocopy, reproduce in any way, using any means or market the patterns with the intent to sell or to share. Please do not give copies of the patterns to your friends. Send them here to purchase their own pattern. If you aren't sure, email me and ask. Let's keep the creative spirit of crafting alive, and give credit where credit is due. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Rotary Cutting Knowledge of sewing a proper 1/4" seam Basic Machine Sewing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 40"-100" square quilt without borders.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric amounts below are for sixteen blocks in the size indicated:
  • 40"x40"--5" finished blocks:
  • 1/4 yd. Light to very Light print

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In the picture, I am wearing one of my "qweaters," that is a quilt-sweater combination, with knitted back, sleeves, and quilted front. In the background is the Quilter's Newsletter January 1999 cover quilt, my Snow Crystals quilt. Although I have been playing with fabrics and threads since childhood, I did not make my first quilt until 1969. By 1982 quilting became my passion. I have had several years of in-depth study of quilt history, design and techniques with some very traditional and non-traditional quilt teachers. One of my quilts won an Honorable Mention at the American Quilt Society in Paducah, KY and have had eight quilts juried into that same show. Four of my quilts have also been in the International Quilt Association in Houston, TX. I also have had numerous patterns and books published. My book "A Thread Runs Through It," is based on my one-woman play, which has been an honor to present to guilds. Some quilt classes I teach are on the web at http://academyofquilting.com/. My website also keeps me busy. For almost 15 years I have been presenting an Applique Block of the Month at http://bdieges.com.