13 Strip Quilt Patterns You Can Easily Master
One hiccup quilters have sometimes is discovering you have accumulated a whole lot of scrap strips fabric. Luckily there are strip quilt patterns you can follow to easily use up all that scrap.
Here we’ve found 13 strip quilt patterns that you can easily master and do over and over – until you’ve used up all your scraps!
It all started with a print on Etsy.. and now, it’s on fabric. You should approach this “pattern” with an adventurous spirit. This design looks bold and beautiful in solids.
Via Anne & Will
Stitch an easy-to-sew quilt using a variety of precut 2-1/2″-wide strips. Blue prints from the Clermont Farms collection by Minick and Simpson for Moda Fabrics are combined with chalk-white fabric to make a patriotic quilt.
Via All People Quilt
Strip and Flip
This fun scrappy quilt is quick to put together and great for beginners. Use lots of different colors to keep it bright and fun…or just a few colors to keep it calm and simple.
Via Cluck Cluck Sew
This quilt utilizes pre-cut 2 1/2” strips and a solid background fabric for a strip quilt pattern that stands out from the crowd. Unless you really study the blocks, it’s difficult to tell where one block ends and the next begins.
Via Moda Bakeshop
This baby quilt started with random strips sewed into one continuous strip. After I pressing all the seams down, the big strip was cut into smaller strips that were all the same width and then laid out.
Easy Baby Strip
Part of what makes this quilt easy is that it is the width of your fabric. Most quilting fabrics are about 112cm or 44″ wide. There can be a slight difference in different fabrics but that’s fine.
Via The Crafty Mummy
Giant Log Cabin
This Giant Log Cabin quilt is a little different, different fabrics are used to make up each “log strip” rather than one continuous fabric. Which means you get to use a much wider variety of fabric, and the look is more random.
This is a super quick and easy quilt, a great scrap buster…and you can make it with very little brain power. If you’ve never made a quilt before this pattern is a great place to start.
Via Cluck Cluck Sew
The definition according to most dictionaries is: ”a needlepoint stitch that produces zigzag lines”. Quilting has adopted this age-old technique, originally made with multiple colors of thread, using multiple colored fabrics to reproduce a similar effect. With this method, there is lots of movement within the quilt design due to the contrast of fabrics side by side. The key to making the Bargello design work is to have a fabric run ranging from very light to dark. Many Bargello quilts are in a monochromatic color scheme while others are made with a complementary color scheme.
Via Quilts by Jen
The American Notebook Strip Quilt is a great combination of a scrap quilt pattern, a rainbow quilt pattern, a strip quilt pattern, and of course a charm pack quilt pattern! Take your leftover charm packs and binding strips to make this adorable throw blanket or lap quilt.
Sweet Pea Sweet Weave
The pattern is designed for the Sweet Pea Flannel fabric collections that you can turn into a quilt, tote bag, table runners and more. It showcases large weaves.
Pretzel Twist looks complicated but it really isn’t – it’s an easy quilt to put together. The quilt blocks in this throw quilt pattern are quite simple to make, you just have to pay attention to color placement. Try it out for yourself and you’ll see!
Chance of Showers
The pattern actually uses small square pieces, but you can easily use strips instead which makes sewing them together easier.
Via Teaginny Designs
Have you tried any strip quilt patterns before? We’d love to see your projects!
For more quilting patterns, check these out: Quilts for Beginners (Quilting for Beginners Book #1): Learn How to Quilt with Easy-to-Learn Quilting Techniques, plus Quilting Supplies and Quilt Patterns, 501 Quilting Motifs: From the Editors of Quiltmaker Magazine, Simple Quilts from Me and My Sister Designs: Easy as 1, 2, 3