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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.

Scattered quilt pattern

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.

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 quilt by the river

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.

Scattered quilt hanging on a metal building

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. This collection is no longer available but you could pick batiks that are similar to them.

You can find my Scattered pattern in my shop.

The pattern comes in six different sizes.

Scattered pattern cover

It has plenty of diagrams and directions to make it easy for you to make.

Scattered quilt pattern fast and easy to make!
Scattered quilt on deck rail

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Hi, I’m Connie Kresin Campbell, the quilter, writer, and photographer behind Freemotion By the River. I enjoy inspiring others with my quilt tutorials and patterns. You’ll also see my sweet adopted dogs from time to time.

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  1. Shirley from Calmar says:

    Totally loving this quilt. Thinking it would work great with random t-shirt squares. Or even using some of the smaller areas for emblems from the t-shirts, to make a t-shirt/memory quilt.

    1. That is an idea! Made several long T shirt quilts and have backs and sleeves! Thanks for that idea!

  2. So eye-catching!!! You mix colors with such ease. Oh, to be so talented!!. Thanks for showing us what can be done with only a change in material color.

  3. Pam @Threading My Way says:

    Stunning!!! Love the dark border contrasting with the light sashing.

  4. JanineMarie says:

    I love the crisp look of this quilt.

  5. Createology says:

    "Scattered" is a beautiful quilt and I love the different color ways you show on your pattern. Island Batik is sew lucky to have you to represent their fabrics and what can be created with them. Creative Batik Bliss Dear…

  6. Love your colors in your sample. As always, your photos are beautiful too. Great pattern!

  7. This is another great quilt you've made. I really love the way it looks.

  8. Faythe Fukumoto says:

    Beautiful pattern

  9. So pretty! I'm picturing this using Christmas fabrics and a gold or cream sashing.

  10. Susan Arnold says:

    Very pretty quilt! And with beautiful fabrics

  11. Thanks Connie! I need another quilt pattern like I need a hole in the head, but I immediately went to Craftsy and bought your pattern. It looks great and I love the technique. Can't wait to make it.
    Pugs and kisses,

  12. That's beautiful – colors and pattern!

  13. Connie, I love this quilt! Can it be made with layer cake squares? I have 100+ beautiful Batik 10in squares and I'm searching for the perfect pattern.
    susan in New PA

  14. Valerie Reynolds says:

    Connie you'll be so proud of me….LOL!….I just bought a quilt kit of batiks of the very same color sceme to make a quilt for my husband!!! Your scattered came out great!

  15. Great quilt!!! I am not into modern very much but I do really like this one. I think it is the colors you used that draws me in. Can't wait to see more.