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Scraptacular Crazy Block

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Take the scrap sewing challenge! Clean out that ever growing collection of leftovers and put them to good use with this Scraptacular Crazy Block. It's entirely random but the results are no coincidence. No matter what arrangement you put your scraps in, you'll end up with something amazing every time. Let free quilt block patterns inspire you to create beautiful projects. This tutorial will show you how to create something bright and colorful so you can spruce up any living space.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Love the look of this charming crazy block and the quilt-as-you-go process. Instructions call for making just a 10 inch square block. I imagine that several 10 inch blocks could easily be combined to make a larger quilt. Reminiscent of Victorian crazy quilts just without the embroidery overlay over each seam. Great scrappy project.

I love crazy quilting. I have always made all my blocks on a square of fabric. After sewing them together, I put a backing on & then tied them together. I am going to try this method. It sounds so much simpler. Thanks for the info.

I love making tote bags from denim and corduroy for Silent Auctions for various charities. I have in the past added pockets made from quilt orphans donated to me by various quilters. As I line the totes with colourful cottons, I've got lots of scraps to make lovely pockets from this crazy 'quilt as you go' style. Thanks for the tips!

Very nice. I am going to make a quilt but how do you sew the squares together?

Decide how big your blocks will be and square them up with a large square ruler and rotary cutter, then play with the squares like a puzzle and put them together however you find them to look best. You can't go wrong!

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