Scrap Flower Quilt – A Foundation Paper Piecing Tutorial

If you are anything like us, you are drowning in little scraps of fabric. You hate to throw them away, but what are you going to do with all of them? We now have a solution for you. We designed this little flower as the perfect scrap buster. It uses up all your little scraps that aren’t really usable in other patterns.

For this project, you are going to need background scrap ranging from this to this, green scraps for the leaves and stems ranging from this to this, and a variety of colored scraps for the flowers ranging from this to this. You’ll also need your free template which you can download here.

After you have your template, print it out (we used 72 flowers for a throw sized quilt, and you’ll need 1 template printed per flower you are making), and follow along with our video to create your own colorful flower garden. I’ll warn you though, these little flowers are so quick and easy that they are addicting. As you are posting photos of your quilt on social media, please tag us @onwilliamsstreet. We’d love to see what you are working on!

12 Replies to “Scrap Flower Quilt – A Foundation Paper Piecing Tutorial”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this. I always wanted to make this roses, but neve found a pattern that I liked. I loved these. 💕

    1. You are welcome. I’m so glad we could help!

  2. Great tutorial. Can’t wait to try this. Thanks for the free pattern!

    1. Thank you! You are very welcome. We can’t wait to see what you create with it.

  3. Thank you so much for the template and tutorial. I’m going to make these out of batiks as quickly as possible. These are just stinkin’ CUTE! So very creative and beautiful!

    1. You are welcome!

  4. Michelle Cano says: Reply

    I wanted to make this as soon as I saw it!!! Thank you!!!

    1. Yay! I can’t wait to see what you do with it.

  5. Sandra Roberts says: Reply

    Lovely pattern and excellent instructions. Thanks.

    1. You’re welcome!

  6. I am FPP challenged, but am going to give it my best – it’s too cute and my scrap bin is overflowing!

    1. Let us know if you have any questions while you make them! Yay for using up scraps!

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