Just looking at this quilt makes me want to pull out my scraps and start sewing! They are so satisfying. I started this quilt this past summer, and didn't stop until it was finished (the quilt top anyway)...which rarely happens.
This was a freebie pattern that came in the mail from one of the quilting magazines, trying to get me to subscribe. I've tried to find it online, but haven't had success. It's made up of 4.5" x 2.5" rectangles and 2.5" squares, sewn together into a 6.5" x 2.5" rectangle. I then sewed 3 of them together to get a 6.5" block. Super simple to cut out and sew together (no triangles!). I used color for the rectangles and low volume for the squares. It helps give the eye a place to rest in this quilt.
I quilted in 8's or S's, and used the squares as my guides.
I tried a dozen or so bindings out on this, and ended up going with a classic black and white. Works so well on scrappy quilts.
Finished size: I forgot to measure before I sent it to it's new owner.
Pattern: See method above
Fabric: front-scraps ● back- Fantasia (Art Gallery Fabric) ● binding- Timeless Treasures
Batting: Warm and White