*QM Scrap Squad Projects Revealed: Giveaways!

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The QM Scrap Squad has been busily sewing on their scrappy versions of Julie Herman’s Raspberry Dessert.

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You’ll find this quilt in the May/June Quiltmaker which begins mailing to subscribers today. The Scrap Squad got the pattern February 1 and took off like wildfire! I am so excited to show you what they’ve done. There is a giveaway on each SS member’s blog: you could win one of Julie’s Herman’s new patterns, and they are awesome!!! Please click on each quilt to read more and enter that giveaway.

First, a refresher: QM Scrap Squad is eight select readers who make scrappy versions from one pattern in each issue. The idea is to give you inspiration to use fabrics you already own so you can bust that stash you’ve been building!

And now, drum roll please, here are Scrap Squad versions of Raspberry Dessert; each photo links to the maker’s blog or webpage where you can read more and leave comments for giveaways:

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This gorgeous blue and yellow version is by Kimberly. It's all sunshine and blue skies!

 

 

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Here's the full shot!

 

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This cheerful fruit-flavored version is by Donna. Isn't the border a nice accent?

 

 

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Donna included this photo showing how she switched centers to one with more contrast. A good decision!

 

 

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Dionne's Rainbow Raspberry, in which the colors seem to travel across the quilt in succession.

 

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Going the extra mile, Dionne made a springtime runner for her mantel from the same pattern.

 

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Talk about switching gears! This is Pat's quilt in colors the Squad dubbed "grilled cheese and tomato soup."

That’s a whole lot of eye candy, eh? I don’t want to overwhelm your senses,
so come back soon for the rest of the Scrap Squad’s amazing scrappy sensations and more fun giveaways!

 

Learn more about the Scrap Squad.

Visit the Scrap Squad Group on QCA.

See the Scrap Squad’s earlier project from the March/April issue.

Leave a comment here, too by midnight Thursday, March 31 and be entered to win fabric from Robert Kaufman! The winner of Quilter’s Linen fat quarters from Robert Kaufman is Mary from Missouri.

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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133 Responses to *QM Scrap Squad Projects Revealed: Giveaways!

  1. A big thank you for your blog.Really thank you! Will read on…

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  4. Carabini says:

    …..Hi everyone .I was always good at keeping secrets but for some reason I was itching to come out with this one Our latest Scrap Squad project was AWESOME! My seven partners in crime and I the Quiltmaker Scrap Squad were assigned this pattern to be made with our scraps.

  5. Lynda L. says:

    Everyone of those ladies deserves a reward for their fabulous work. The quilts are gorgeous. I really loved the rich colors in Carol’s quilt and would love to be able to make one just like it.

  6. Julie in WA says:

    The quilt is wonderful regardless of fabric choice! It is hard to believe these are all scrappy quilts!

  7. Janet M says:

    Everyone’s choice of fabrics was fantastic. I like how the fabric can change the quilt so much that it doesn’t look like the same pattern. I will be looking for the magazine in my mailbox.

  8. Janet M says:

    I’m always amazed at how fabric can change a pattern. Everyone’s choice of fabrics was fantastic. I like the pattern and will be looking for it.

  9. Jeannine says:

    Everyones stash must be so different. I love all the variations of just one pattern. I am amazed and envious of people who can envision and create different patterns for quilts.

  10. Vandy says:

    I never have made a true scrappy quilt but with your patterns anything is possible . Just have to have the time to sort the scraps.

  11. Joy says:

    You’ve got to love a quilt called “Grilled cheese and tomato soup” – that’s awesome!

  12. Syd says:

    I love all the color combination of these quilts. Thanks for the chance to win some fantastic Robert Kaufman fabric!

  13. Margaret says:

    Those are awesome -amazing what a difference can be made by changing the colors. I don’t know which one I like the most – they are all beautiful.

  14. Jennifer says:

    I just found this site from Jaybird Quilts. I really appreciate seeing the pattern in different color schemes. What a fabulous use of scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

  15. Wow! I love all the variations!

  16. christi R says:

    Thanks for the giveaway

  17. cee says:

    I really love the raspberry pattern. I would like to use bright colors and black!

  18. Deb says:

    This was a great idea to use one pattern and many different fabrics! debgiro at wildblue dot net

  19. Evelene S says:

    All the quilts came out amazing and so different. Thanks for the giveaway. bimbi9atverizondotnet

  20. Cassie says:

    The quilts look gorgeous. I love them all! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  21. delia says:

    The quilts turned out great! I love seeing variations on a quilt pattern.

  22. Nancy Sue says:

    I love Julie’s patterns! What a great post to be able to see all the different results in one place! Kudos to the Squad and Julie!

  23. yvonne says:

    Great inspiration and a very generous giveaway. Thanks!

  24. Kira says:

    The varieties are inspiring. I really like the effect of this pattern.

  25. Allison Frey says:

    I love seeing all the beautiful versions of this fabulous pattern! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  26. Dawn says:

    I love how changing the layout creates a totally different quilt. Thanks to all the creative quilters!

  27. Patti says:

    Wow! Such a great creative group of quilters. Wonderful work..congrats to all of you.

  28. Linda says:

    So many beautiful fabrics, one great pattern, beauty everywhere. Thank you for the efforts.

  29. Karen says:

    I love Julie’s orginal colours, and the scrappy quilts are just phenomenal!

  30. SuperMom says:

    It’s just amazing how different each quilt looks according to the different fabric choices. That’s what I love about sewing… the same pattern can have such a variety of looks just by changing the fabric.

  31. Lauren says:

    What marvelous names you’ve come up with for them all
    !~

  32. Vickie says:

    love the pattern, especially the rainbow option.

  33. Jennifer says:

    I love all the different versions! But I think the rainbow one is my favorite.

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