Scrap Mixology : Pattern Information

I have developed a series of downloadable modules I call Scrap Mixology.  You won't find any quilt yardage requirements in these patterns.  These are patterns to help you sew your scraps!

Each module contains instructions for cutting and sewing the basic block. There is also a table to help you decide how many blocks you need to make the size of quilt you desire. I share how you can change color or fabric placement to create different patterns with your blocks. And to make some further options, I include how you can change different components of each block to make even more designs.  So for each basic block, you can create dozens of unique quilts. 

Are you ready to become a Scrap Mixologist?


Currently, these patterns are available in my Payhip pattern shop (purchase will require a Paypal account).  

They are also available at a slightly higher price (to cover the higher fees) in my Etsy Shop.


Module #3 Chaser





If you are a quilter that precuts your scraps into 2.5" squares or 2.5" strips, this 15 page pattern will help you turn them into some lovely quilts.  This simple block has so many layout designs, and you can make dozens of unique designs!

To see some of my quilts made using this pattern, you can check them out. 

Module #2 Two Bits



If you have lots of strings in your scraps, this 14 page pattern will help you turn them into some lovely quilts.  The pattern has you make the blocks 10" but they can be made to any size.  This simple block has so many layout designs, you can make dozens of unique designs!

To see some of my quilts made using this pattern, you can check them out herehere and here.

Module #1  Well Suited


This 13 page pattern is well suited for those larger scrap sizes.   You can make the 9" blocks with the simple 9 patch center (made with 2.5" squares) or you can mix it up and make some of the fun centers included in the pattern.

You can view blog posts on some quilt finishes made with this pattern here,  here or here.




4 comments:

Miaismine said...

Oooooo! I just found this! How could I have missed it on your blog!

Pamela Arbour said...

It didn't take me long to purchase this one! I think you might do better with series than you would have with a book. I would rather own digitals and not paper!

Ellie said...

Congratulations on another winner!

Susie H said...

Really cool quilt! Love the B&W 4-patches for the eye to settle on. Two Bits ought to use up LOTS of scraps!

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