More Great Scrap Squad Quilts

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Today we present the remaining projects by the QM Scrap Squad; they are scrappy versions of Raspberry Dessert by Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts. Here is Julie’s quilt which appears in the brand-new May/June issue of Quiltmaker.

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Raspberry Dessert by Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts

 

Ruth used a striking color recipe! The teals and browns play together in a way that is rich and full.

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Ruth’s version of Raspberry Dessert

She added voluptuous quilting which further enhances the design.

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Ruth gave this quilt as a wedding gift. What couple wouldn’t be thrilled?!

 

Carol went with a multi-colored recipe for this project.

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Carol’s multi-colored Raspberry Dessert

To me this version says “autumn campfire” or “back to school.”

 

And here is yet a different look, again with many colors but oh-so-unique from Linda:

 

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Linda’s scrappy Raspberry Dessert

 

And last but certainly not least we have Jane’s quilt. She rotated the design so it is no longer on point. What a great idea. And look at that braided border! So much fun.

 

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Jane’s Raspberry Dessert

 

The Scrap Squad has more pictures and comments of its own at the QM Scrap Squad Group on Quilters Club of America. You’re invited to visit there. To post your own photos and further participate on QCA, just take a minute to register (it’s fast and free).

Read more about the Scrap Squad here.

About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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9 Responses to More Great Scrap Squad Quilts

  1. Pingback: QM Scrap Squad: Dream Catcher by Carol Vickers | Quilty Pleasures Blog

  2. Melissa says:

    I am just starting out on the Raspberry Dessert as a gift. I have made a no purchase vow so I was pleased to see how the scrap squad “attacked” this pattern – love it in all the variations. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Melissa says:

    I am just starting out on the Raspberry Dessert as a gift. I have made a no purchase vow so I was pleased to see how the scrap squad “attacked” this pattern – love it in all the variations. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Diane Hanke says:

    Wow, it’s amazing how different they all turned out, all beautiful and inspiring. I want to make one too!

  5. Lorraine says:

    I absolutely love Linda’s scrappy version of this pattern. Scrap quilts are the BEST!! We pay so much for fabrics in Canada so I can’t bring myself to trash anything until it is less than 1″ wide.

  6. VickyB says:

    I love scrap quilts and these quilts prove just how lovely colors come together.

  7. bingobonnie says:

    Isn’t it so neat how changing and playing with colors can make a quilt pattern take on a whole new look! I love that you all featured several different quilters creations!

    My personal favorite was Linda’s scrappy Raspberry Dessert! As Rachael Ray would say on her show….YUM-OH! :)

    Happy Weekend & Love from Texas! ~bonnie
    http://www.bingobonnie.blogspot.com

  8. LoriD says:

    Hey Diane! I’m so glad you gave me your card at the Russian tea House. I’ve read this blog but now I have a face to go with it! it was so much fun to meet you.
    Love these scrappy quilts!!

  9. Quilt Lover says:

    Scrap Squad rocks! Thank you for the great ideas!

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