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Scatter Sunshine Baby Quilt


Updated March 29, 2016
(4 Votes)


Versatile, simple patterns for scrap quilts can be hard to find, but this Scatter Sunshine Baby Quilt is the perfect quilt pattern for all of your smallest scraps. Intersperse strips of scraps with white strips to give this quilt a brighter feel.

Scatter Sunshine Scrappy Baby Quilt
This image courtesy of sugarnspicecreations.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 34 inches wide x 34 inches long

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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this look so fantastic and a great way to use up all those scraps. I have a great backpack pattern to use up all the triangle pieces you create from cutting your strips if you are interested.

I love the simplicity of this. I will have to get busy with my scraps and make one!

beautiful, I love this one and would love to make it


more colourful so appeals more to me.

Love it.

wow what a fantastic quilt. love it

wow this is so fantastic any combination can surfice. thanks for showing it again love it . Brenda.

everyone could make this, great idea _

I like them both, but will vote for this one because it is unique and interesting and makes me want to try it.

I prefer the way the strips have been laid out. The 1,2,3,4,5 pattern are showcased with the light color stripe. Minimizing the with binding only and no border have created a clean visual look.

I like how I can see and appreciate the different fabrics so well. This would be a great pattern for a memory quilt using scraps from favorite sleepers or dresses.

I vote for this pattern - what a great way to use left over strips!

This is my favorite.

I just love this quilt. It would use up so many of my scraps. Thanks for posting.

The quilt is beautiful and it has that flow of action. Babies are always in movement; this quilt reflcts that same motion. I love it!!!

This quilt gets my vote. Great way to use up bit of fabric.

Your quilt gets my vote! I like the dynamics of the diagonal setting and the scrap-pieced strips. Very colorful and fun fabrics with the white giving the eye a place to rest.

This quilt is much more exciting to look at. This is my favorite!

definitely this is my favorite quilt =D

les 2 quilts en battle sont jolis et c'est difficile de les departager....au hasard je vote pour celui-ci !


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