Scrappy Table Toppers
Don't worry if you don't have very many fabric leftovers! These scrappy table toppers are quick, pretty--and only need a small amount of fabric!
Peekaboo Patterns Table Topper
Scrappy prints come together beautifully in this table topper. In the Pinwheel units, bright fabrics peek through a solid background.
Pull all your medium-tone prints for a table topper that sparkles.
Green Acres Doll Quilt
A scrappy assorted of greens are highlighted with rich red sashing in a doll quilt that can span the seasons.
Columns of Color
Columns of bright prints stand out against darker prints for a dramatic quilt. Black squares in the centers of the columns give the columns a braided look.
Wheel of Fortune
A scrappy circle composed of a variety of blues, greens, and browns is the standout of this project. A fun border of smaller spheres and arches continues the rounded motif for a table topper with a whimsical look.
Scrappy Strip-Pieced Squares
If you’re hooked on the look of crochet, here’s how to get it with fabric rather than yarn. Craft each scrappy block from strip-pieced squares in six 1930s reproduction prints.
Scrappy Table Runner
Careful color placement of rich navy, olive, brown, and red is key to creating this three-block table runner of hourglass and Flying Geese units.
Scrappy Kaleidoscope Table Topper
An unlikely plaid creates an abstract circular illusion around the center Kaleidoscope block. Chose high-contrast prints for the asymmetrical borders to give your quilt a scrappy quality.
Scrappy Floral Applique Table Mat
Raid your stash to make this table mat and matching mug mats. Add a personal touch by finishing this project with large, hand-quilted stitches.
1930s Doll Quilt
Triangle-squares rotate this way and that to create the overall diamond pattern. A variety of feed sack prints are held together visually by the use of a single solid blue fabric.