No sane quilter is willing to throw away scrap fabric, no matter how odd the cut or size may be. These are practically our little babies and there’s just surely a project we can use it on. There’s got to be!
Enter these mini quilt patterns! Mini quilt patterns are great for when you want to create something but don’t want to invest too much in a major project.
We’ve gathered here below some of the cutest mini quilt patterns you can easily make with your scraps.
Owl Eyes Mug Rug
This handmade mini quilt is perfect for your children, their teachers, your friends and family members alike. You can whip up this adorable owl mug rug using any scraps you have lying around your sewing room!) in under an hour for a gift that gives a lot of joy in just a little sewing time.
Via The Sewing Loft
This fun little quilting project includes a basic sew-and-flip technique on a paper foundation (don't worry if you've never tried it befor e we'll walk you through it.
The Postage Stamp quilt is a classic. It’s a great one for using your little pieces of fabric….either matching from a line of fabric or a pile of scraps. Either way, the result is the same. Cute. Simple. Mindless sewing.
Via Patchwork Posse
Using a walking foot quilt straight lines, radiating from the center of the mini quilt. Play around with the spacing between the lines – it definitely adds a whole new dimension to the finished mini quilt.
Simply Color Candy
This mini quilt pattern is in lovely candy colors and is perfect for scrap busting your left over bits and pieces of fabric.
Via V and Co
Lovely Little Forest
Feeling a little trip in the forest? This mini quilt gives you nearly the same experience without putting your hiking boots on.
Via Purl Soho
This sweet mini quilt pattern is super chic in subdued tones – use shocking colors to give it a punchier vibe.
Via Bee in My Bonnet
In English paper piecing, hexagons are usually sewn together and the process can take a very long time. This process eliminates the extra sewing and adds in a glue element to speed things along and make for a very striking effect.
Via Modern Handcraft
Selvage Edge Quilt
Put those selvage edges to good use with this sweet mug rug! In the process, you'll practice a quick binding-from-the-back technique, which means your mug rug will be completely finished in no time.
These are just the cutest mini quilt pattern you’ll ever see!
What did you think of these adorable mini quilt patterns? Looks easy to make, right? I’m sure any of these patterns will help you bust out your hidden fabric scraps stash!