I'll go first! I just finished this little quilt (measures about 40" by 40") from the "ugly blocks" left over from a queen size sampler that I'm doing.
I thought it would be hideous and that I would hate it, but I decided to make the sashing blue instead of black, and that made such a difference. It's still...unusual....but I like it. It's made, front and back, entirely from scraps (even the pieced binding), except for the center panel of the backing, which is home dec yardage someone gave me that I wasn't crazy about.
As I said, I like this quilt. I have a soft spot in my heart for utility quilts because that is the kind of quilt I grew up with (yes, even the polyester doubleknit ones). I am thinking of giving it to charity, but be honest - is it too ugly to give to charity? It would probably go to the local CASA to be given to a child in foster care.
Also - I want to see your ugly quilts, or your scrap and utility quilts! The ones you make to be used and abused!