Asian Scrappy Road Quilt

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Asian Scrappy Road Link to website or photo pinetreecountryquilts.com What are you most proud of? When the quilt was given to the lady she cried, she was so touched, being a quilter herself she could see the work that went into it, she absolutely loved it. It made me feel proud that someone else admired my work. What advice would you give someone starting this project? if I had my time over I would have chosen fabrics that were totally different on opposite sides, I feel that this one is too similar on both sides.

What you will need

  • 100% cotton fabric batting and backing

Q&A with Crafty Stitches

hicksb asked:
This is soo beautiful! It reminds me of a stained glass window...wonder what it would look like using a vivid red/orange fabric with black "outline"...will have to put this on my list of one type of quilt I'd love to make...finding time is the problem :(
Crafty Stitches answered:
Yes time is always an issue and time is what you need with this one but so well worth it!!
JulieABridges asked:
Are there directions?
Crafty Stitches answered:
I used a pattern called Asian Scrappy Road
WhiskyGirl07 asked:
Yes and how did u quilt it?
Crafty Stitches answered:
I made the quilt using quilt as you go method and free motion random wiggly lines on the blocks before I joined them together
mksbama742267828 asked:
I love this quilt!!!!!!!! Where can I get the pattern?
Crafty Stitches answered:
Hi, the name of the pattern is Asian Scrappy road, I live in Australia and was given it by a friend, I suggest web search
Kathleen Bode asked:
Pretty. This quilt was featured in Quilter's World magazine in October,2011. I have made several versions. One in pink with a floral square reverse. One in a stained glass effect and several totally scrappy. Once you get the first block done it is a breeze. Wish I had thought of the quilt as you go. Well done.
Crafty Stitches answered:
Thank you Kathleen, it was a very large quilt and I only have a domestic machine which would have made it very difficult. There were many miles of hand sewing which kept me very busy for quite a while, the end result was very worth the effort