BOM#1 Scrap Happy Quilt Block Sampler

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BOM#1 Scrap Happy Quilt Block Sampler Pattern


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Quilting: BOM#1 Scrap Happy Quilt Block Sampler
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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Confident on Sewing Machine
  • Sew a 1/4" seam

Pattern Description:

This is the pattern for :
Block #1 Scrappy Lone Star

Here is a list of all the blocks in the sampler series:

#1 - Scrappy Lone Star
#2 - Hexagon Flowers.
#3 - Josephs Coat
#4 - Burgoyne Surrounded.
#5 - New York Beauty
#6 - Fabulous Feathers
#7 - Log Cabin Twist
#8 - Carpenters Square
#9 - Bubbles
#10 - Balancing Act
#11 - Basic Bargello
#12 - Double Starburst

I hope you love this fun sampler quilt... I've always been drawn to scrappy looking quilts. When I look at my completed quilt it makes me think of all the projects those scraps came from - it's almost like a memory quilt to me. So use up those scraps or work with some new ones!

There are twelve blocks offered as part of this block of the month sampler series. Complete each sampler block and you will see your quilt come to life over the next 12 months. Work at your own pace and on your own time. You will have a chance to complete blocks using a different pattern and or technique each month.

note: blocks can be purchased individually or as a complete set (see pattern store)

Thanks so much for checking this out and Let's get Scrap Happy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • finished quilt 45" x 60" + (depending on border choice)
  • this block - 15"


  • 12 Assorted Fabric Scraps
  • Background Fabric
  • Quilters Ruler
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Mat

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sherri Noel
East Coast, Massachusetts
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I have been sewing for most of my life. Lucky for me, my mother owned a sewing machine and I started altering my own clothes as a teenager. When I graduated, my parents bought me my own sewing machine and I caught the quilting 'bug'. With two very talented grandmothers before me who held such talents as knitting, sewing and painting, as well as grandfathers who were master craftsmen it's no ...

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