Scrappy Wall Quilt Projects
Is your fabric stash taking over your sewing room? If so, make a few of these wall hangings to clear it out (then start building it all over again!).
Add some zing to spring with a high-contrast wall hanging. Piece the entire star-studded quilt from simple squares and rectangles. Scrappy sashing pops against the mottled blue background.
Celebrate summer with a wall quilt that combines traditional Pinwheel blocks and 25 colorful prints.
1930’s Rail Fence Wall Hanging
Use cheerful 1930s reproduction prints in a delightful wall hanging. To bring a little calm to the many small prints, choose mottled prints for the triangle-squares.
The Light and Dark of It
Use an unexpected mix of batiks and prints to add depth and scrappiness to a wall hanging. Careful placement of light and dark fabrics makes a checkerboard look that grows darker in the corners.
Checkerboard block backgrounds step forward to garner attention over the plus signs in this wall hanging.
Bright prints and punches of color on this wall hanging turn diamond shapes into sparkling jewels.
A Scrappy Romance
Fall in love with this wall hanging featuring pretty pastels and romantic florals. Scrappy 36-Patch blocks and strategic sashing jump off a cream quilt center.
Red, White, and 'Bluetiful'
For a summery wall hanging, pair scrappy blues and crisp whites, then add small pops of red.
Choose florals in green, blue, and pink for a color palette reminiscent of an English garden. Get a scrappy look by limiting your color palette yet using a variety of prints.
A scrappy assortment of green, red, and pink florals blooms across this wall hanging. Wide sashing and Four-Patches show off both large and small prints.
Create a striking stair-step effect with an assortment of black, red, and white prints by placing the dark half of each triangle-square in the bottom-left position.
An unusual color palette lets you play with contrast when piecing scrappy-looking stars in two colorways.
Batik Rainbow Wall Hanging
Use a breathtaking assortment of batiks in a Square-in-a-Square design. This wall hanging begins with warm colors in the center, then moves to cool colors around the outside for a final product that resembles a vibrant rainbow-color firework.
Define the edges with crisp white strips outlining the monochromatic zigzags in the center of this wall hanging. The bold primary colors stand out against the mottled blue background.
Fussy-cut underwater and nautical prints and frame them inside boxes of sea and surf colors for a wall quilt that is perfect for little pirates and mermaids!
A sophisticated and subdued palette of Japanese taupe fabrics form scrappy squares. A dark outer border grounds the quilt and allows the blocks to take center stage.
Rings of Color
Three-color blocks create a fun and bright wall hanging. Use scraps for a random assortment of blocks.
Pixelated Diamond Wall Hanging
Careful placement of scrappy blocks that are half dark prints, half light prints creates a large diamond shape. When you take a step back, the small squares in the diamond give it a pixelated look.
Polka Dot Palooza
Mix polka dots and swirls in scrappy circles framed by polka dots for a playful wall hanging. Pops of red-orange balance the otherwise black-and-white color scheme.
Flying Geese Wall Hanging
Give this wall hanging a controlled scrappy look by using one background fabric for each vertical row of Flying Geese.
Here Comes The Sun
Although this quilt features a simple black, white, and yellow palette, you can get a perfect scrappy look with any fabric combination!
Bolts of Blue
Mix your favorite blue prints in a scrappy wall hanging that will have you doing anything but singing the blues.
City Lights Quilt
Combine rectangles and dark sashing and borders to create a quilt design that resembles a skyscraper with windows aglow.
Wall of Color
Coordinate favorite solid colors or use up leftovers in this graphic wall hanging.
Batik Baskets Wall Hanging
Give Basket quilt blocks exotic flair with a scrappy mix of batiks.
1930s Scrappy Wall Hanging
Solid white sashing strips and add black-and-white prints in the sashing squares provides an unexpected checkerboard look, which is a nice contrast to the soft pastels.
Batik Patches Quilt
Combine dozens of batiks in a rainbow palette to create a scrappy lap-size quilt.
Uneven Nine-Patch & Star Quilt
Pull out all your polka dots for a scrappy wall hanging that has a sense of playfulness and whimsy.