Scrappy Fat Quarters

While I was taking my beginner quilting class in November, I caught the quilting bug and made this quilt top.  This was the first time I went to the quilt shop and picked out the fabric all by myself…huge accomplishment.  I was a bit overwhelmed at first, but then I remembered my teacher saying “start with a fabric you like, and go from there.”  That’s exactly what I did.

The pattern is called Fat Quarters Gone Wild and designed by Darlene Szabo and Debby Bond from Sew Graceful Quilting, and the quilt top measures 59 x 60 and is not quilted…yet!

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27 comments to Scrappy Fat Quarters

  • Patty

    I cannot find this pattern. Can you direct me to it?

  • Connie Hughes

    Do you have a pattern for the scrappy fat quarters quilt? I am a beginner in quilting and this looks rather easy to do. Thank you.

  • I would like the pattern for the “scrappy fat quarters” quilt. Where can I find it? Will pay, if need be :-)

  • When I was requesting the pattern the “Fat Quarters Gone Wild” quilt, I referred to it as the “scrappy fat quarters” quilt. Please tell me where I can obtain this pattern. Thank you.

  • Rachel

    Hi Karol,
    The link is in the second paragraph of the post :) Hope this helps!

  • Ann Wallace

    Tried clicking on Fat Quarters Gone Wild in your scrappy fat quarters collection and got an “item not found” message. Could you please direct me to the pattern?

  • Diane

    Is there a pattern for this quilt?

  • Jennifer

    I would love some guidance on how to make this quilt. I can’t find a pattern anywhere! HELP!

  • Rebecca Leah Calkins

    Do you have a pattern? What sizes did you cut the fat quarters into?

  • Jennifer Williams

    There is no link in the second paragraph. I hope I can find this pattern. This is a great pattern!

  • Susan Sohl

    I love this quilt. Can you tell me the size of the blocks and pieces? Thank you.

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