The Cirrus Quilt Pattern is a modern block-based quilt pattern that features some traditional shapes. If you enjoy classic quilt piecing paired with a modern twist, the Cirrus quilt pattern is perfect for you! Let’s celebrate the launch of the Cirrus quilt pattern! You can get any pattern in my shop for 20% off through April 12th.
This pattern features Half Square Triangle quilt blocks that come together to make a bold Flying Geese quilt. The pattern includes 4 sizes and the option to make a strip-pieced gingham quilt or a scrappy version. You can make the scrappy version using 5″ squares, 10″ squares, Fat Quarters, or Half Yards.
If you consider yourself a quilter or a sewist, it’s very likely you have more than a few scraps of fabric laying around somewhere! This blog post is meant to inspire you to use up some of those fabric scraps by sharing 7 different scrappy sewing projects to try!
When it comes down to deciding to save fabric scraps or throw them out, my personal opinion to answer the age-old debate of “how small is too small to keep” is whether or not you can and will use it in a scrappy sewing project! Luckily some of these scrap-friendly projects use pieces as small as 1″ wide (and some use larger pieces too). I personally consider pretty much any fabric piece that is less than a Fat Quarter small enough to be deemed a “scrap”. To see how I organize my fabric, you may want to check out this post.
If you want to see all 7 of these fabric scrap project ideas in a quick video, watch it here: