A Typing Paper Quilt Gallery
from an Easy & No Measure Quilt Pattern

Typing Paper Project One is Here  -  Typing Paper Project Two is Here

This is a very easy, no measure scrap quilt technique. Excellent for beginners or for anyone who wants to make fun, fast quilts. These are photos sent in by readers who have made a Typing Paper project of their own.

I'd love to have more photos in the Gallery - so keep them coming!



A typing paper wall hanging by Pat Slaven


Kathleen Macchione's quilt has caught her cat's notice!
(see lower left corner)

Kathleen says:
Hi Susan,
I've scanned in a photo of the quilt throw that I just finished using your pattern.It measures about 50 inches square. It was fun to do.
I used blue, pink and yellow. I reversed the yellow diamonds so they were more solid and thought it looked good. The quilt would have a different look if the blue and pink diamonds were reversed and had more solid centers.
My cat was curious and got in the picture too.
Thanks for the pattern.
Kathy Macchione - Columbus, Ohio


Sue Dunn made this quilt from the Typing Paper #2 instructions

Dear Susan,
I recently finished making a 'typing paper' quilt, following your directions.
I used scraps of strips that I had left over from other projects.

Thank you for the pattern (idea).

Sue Dunn in Australia.
Sooz41 on the Quilting Forum

[below is a detail from the quilt]





Sunita's Photo came in very teeny - we're hoping for a larger one.

She says: This was the first quilt I ever tried. I made a crib quilt using an old yellow pages' paper and my scraps, and followed instructions from the typing paper quilt on the about site. I learned a few techniques for next time, to make the shape better. I was surprised, that this came out of my scraps, scraps that I usually throw away, can now warm somebody. Overall, I was pretty pleased. This got me more interested in learning to quilt.


Susan Druding

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