Blogger’s Quilt Festival 2017 ~ Scrappy Rectangles

Today I am sharing with you my second entry into the BQF, my Scrappy Rectangles quilt. I am entering it into the Scrappy Quilt Category.

 

I got the idea for this quilt from another blogger, Lynn, over at Klein Meisje Quilts.   It was a perfect leader/ender project for using up scraps.

I cut each of my rectangles at 2 by 3 1/2 inches. My quilt finished at around 96 inches square. It doesn’t look square in this next photo, but it is!

The only scraps I didn’t use were civil war repros. Everything else went in:






Here’s a shot showing my wide binding and the backing fabric.


The pantograph I used for the quilting is called Woven Wind and it is available from Urban Elementz. I just love the texture it gives!

To date, this is my second most re-pinned quilt on Pinterest at well over 6,000 repins! It’s living on the guest bed for now.


And that’s a wrap! Be sure and check out all the other lovely quilts entered into the BQF. You can find links to all the categories here.

Have a great day!

Linking up with My Quilt Infatuation

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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21 Responses to Blogger’s Quilt Festival 2017 ~ Scrappy Rectangles

  1. juliaquilter says:

    I have been inspired to make one too. Sorting scaps now

  2. Julia Smith says:

    You have inspired me and I’m cutting one with 2.5 x 3.5 rectangles

  3. Nann says:

    Ohhhh, such scrappy delight. It looks wonderful, Katy!

  4. One word….stunning! And a question…Just out of curiosity, how many rectangles did you use? Karen

  5. What’s not to love! Good luck at the festival! My test for a great scrap quilt is wanting to be able to wrap it around me. Simple yet well balanced and the quilting is just the perfect choice! Good luck

  6. Catherine says:

    I love that almost everything went into your beautiful quilt!

  7. I love this quilt Katy – it makes me really smile!!

  8. Jannette B. says:

    I saw another one of these quilts that you posted a while ago, and started making one too – I chose a brighter turquoise / teal Kona for the background. Thanks for the inspiration!

  9. tubakk says:

    What a fun quilt.

  10. Audrey says:

    Love this quilt! Great use of your fabrics.:)

  11. Nancy says:

    Simple quilt patterns can be so striking–this one, in particular, with all those beautiful scraps!

  12. Sandra B says:

    You know I love this …a lot of scrappy goodness in this one!! It makes me smile!!

  13. Summer says:

    Now following you on Bloglovin. Looking forward to future creations! Also, I pinned this quilt to my scrap quilt board. It’s inspirational! Also, I want to show my longarmer this panto; definitely want to give it a try on a future quilt!

  14. Alycia says:

    Oh I love this one!!! Its on my bucket list ( to copy you!!)

  15. Great choice for the festival. So much scrappy goodness!

  16. Who doesn’t love a scrap quilt? Sensational!

  17. Sharon says:

    I really love this quilt! Scrap quilts are my favorite.

  18. Val W says:

    I like how vintage meets modern in this quilt. It’s quite charming.

  19. 8machines says:

    Amazing quilter you are. You get so much sewing down. I’m slower and wish I could sew better. I have a sewing machine question. Would you ever buy a fast sewing machine like a Juki straight stitch? They sew up to 1500 speeds. I don’t sew that fast but many quilters have them. What is your opinion? Thank you.

  20. Ariane says:

    This quilt is gorgeous!! I love scrappy quilts. I think I need to add this pattern to my list of need to make. My scraps bins seem to keep growing.

  21. Lois Stimax says:

    I love this quilt too!!! It’s so simple but sweet. Great job!!

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