Scattered is one of my most popular quilt patterns and is very easy to make. Depending on what fabrics you use, you get an entirely different look.
Do you see the river covered in ice in the background? That is because I took these pictures last January on a chilly day. The quilt went to Quilt Market and was shown in Island Batik’s booth. Once I get it back I’ll take some new summer photos of it.
Scattered is a beautiful quilt that makes it easy to show off lots of beautiful fabrics in your stash. It is fast and easy to make too.
Here it is hanging on a metal building with magnets that I have slipped into the sleeve. I wrote about how to do this in my Garage Door Design Wall post.
This quilt was created with the Island Batik Country Side Collection.The colors are so rich and there are moose and elk in my border print.
You can find my Scattered pattern here on Craftsy. It sells for $8 and has plenty of diagrams and directions to make it easy for you to make. Tomorrow, I’ll show the other two quilts that I have made with this pattern.
Another pattern you might like is Confetti Steps.
Check out this post with Scattered in jewel tones and black sashing.