Easy Quilt Patterns and Blocks

Beginners, start quilting today!

Discover easy quilt patterns - applique, baby, star, modern, traditional. Use scraps, precuts and yardage to make fab quilts. Lots of 12 inch blocks!

churn dash quilt blockchurn dash
maple leaf quilt blockmaple leaf
8 Point Star quilt block8 point star

It's simple: here you find and explore quilt blocks, patterns and quilting techniques to make quilts that reflect your unique style.

I like to quilt easy and scrappy.

Big blocks, mini quilts, improv quilting techniques, lots of different fabrics, traditional quilt blocks or patterns, modern quilts, baby quilts - they all suit me!

Join me for lots of ideas for easy quilting ...

Easy Quilt Blocks

Blocks are the basis of most quilts, especially traditional ones. Modern quilts may use blocks or not. Lots of traditional blocks can be made modern to make simple, exciting, fun quilts!

Ah, not to name drop, but here are a few...

monkey wrench quilt blockmonkey wrench

churn dash, flying geese, four patch, log cabin, maple leaf, nine patch, pinwheel, rail fence, or sail boat.

Now, I may not include every quilt block (there are sooooo many) known to mankind on the site. But, I will share a lot of blocks for your quilty creations. You will find step by step instructions for piecing! Check out the ever expanding Quilt Block Pattern Library...


Easy Quilt Patterns

Looking for an easy Christmas quilt pattern. Make this star table topper. It's quick and easy! A twist on the popular triangle in a square star.


Now, I wish I could stitch up all the patterns that will appear on scrapish.com. But, unfortunately, time just won't allow it. ;-)

But, a very handy computer software program called Electric Quilt (R) allows me to generate lots quilt patterns to show you how the quilt blocks would look in a quilt.

Scrappy Quilting Style

Scrappy describes my style of quilt making and I call it scrapish (I made up the word, I think).

Free-form four patch quilt patternmodern four patch quilt

I like to quilt with big blocks and use many different fabrics in one quilt.

My fabric choices are usually from different lines of fabrics and fabric designers. Lots of shades of one color or many different colors.

The fabric may be a true scrap or it may be yardage.

I usually take traditional blocks and use improvisational, or free-form, quilting techniques to cut them up and/or piece them together.

My hope is that this results in a quilt top that is a cohesively cobbled masterpiece :-).

What can you expect to find on scrapish.com?

How to Quilt Basics

Learn how to make a quilt in 5 basic steps...

  1. make a quilt top
  2. select batting
  3. choose a backing fabric
  4. quilt your quilt
  5. bind your quilt

How to quilt... There's a lot know. So quilting for beginners step by step is how we'll get through it. You'll see lots of pictures and easy to follow instructions!

Improv Quilting Techniques

Do you want to spend hours following a pattern that leaves you with an unfulfilled sense of accomplishment?

Of course you don't! You want to put your stamp on a pattern and save time too! But, how?

Use easy improvisational quilting techniques to make our easy quilt patterns uniquely your own quilt.

Time-saving Techniques

You'll see how to quilt with charm packs, jelly rolls, fat quarters, etc. Here are a few easy patterns to help you begin your quilting journey...

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Scrapish.com is Quilting Made Easy

Fair warning... You may become addicted to quilting! (Don't say I didn't warn you!) :-)

Relax, find an easy quilt pattern and enjoy the journey of stitching up your masterpiece. You can quit at any time. :-)

Happy quilting ...

Wanda

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