Scrappy Love Tester Quilts and Mockups
Despite the time of year (this pattern had moved from being a summer quilt to getting finished over the Christmas holidays) I had a couple of fabulous, intrepid pattern testers who managed to whip up a sample over the holidays and made sure the pattern is easy to understand and does what is says on the tin.
Check out their gorgeous samples below. And if you'd like even more colour scheme ideas, keep scrolling for some digital mockups.
Scrappy Love Tester Quilts
Viky @tuedelue71 used a collection of blue solids for her baby size sample. She used the optional strip piecing method included in the pattern to make the heart blocks, and made this baby quilt in the bits of spare time she had while running her new fabric shop.
Mercedes @somethingfromnothing_nl had a collection of Kim Diehl fat quarters waiting for a perfect quilt project and decided Scrappy Love was perfect for them. It looks like she has next year's Christmas quilt sorted out already.
Scrappy Love Mockups
I had a hard time selecting just a few of the mockups I came up with. Scrappy Love is perfect for so many different colourways and fabric collections, it was hard to narrow it down for this blog post.
Of course I had to try out some pink versions, especially with Valentine's Day coming up. A punchy, bright berry pink one...
... and a pastel version with silver background that would be perfect for a baby girl.
This version uses Figo Fabrics' Prickly Pear line that I used for one of my Staccato quilt samples. I'll have to see if I have enough left for maybe a baby quilt, because after making that mockup, I really want to see it in fabric.
This Rainbow version is one I actually made. You can read all about it here.
A purple ombre version similar to the blue ombre quilt on the pattern cover.
Tone on tone works really well, too, as you can see on this minty turquoise arrangement.
Thinking of maybe making this for someone who prefers earthy neutrals to bright rainbows? This yummy chocolate version would be right at home in a modern neutral living room or nursery.
And don't forget to switch it up with a dark background to make the hearts really pop.