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Scrapper's Paradise QAL Details

Scrapper's Paradise QAL

Scrapper's Paradise is designed to use up scraps! It's also perfect for cutting into pre-cuts or using leftover pre-cut pieces to get them out of your stash!

The quilt finishes at 72" x 72" and uses over 1,000 pieces! Don't let that intimidate you as this is a beginner-friendly quilt! You are making simple squares and half square triangles. The more scraps you use, the more texture you bring to your quilt

Starts: March 17, 2019

Ends: May 11, 2019 (8 week QAL!)

Schedule Details:

Week 1 - Gather scraps, pre-cuts and yardage
Week 2 - Cut/trim for squares
Week 3 - Cut/trim and construct half square triangles
Week 4 - Sew together rows 1-10 (or the first quadrant)
Week 5 - Sew together rows 11-20 (or the second quadrant)
Week 6 - Sew together rows 21-30 (or the third quadrant)
Week 7 - Sew together rows 31-36 (or the fourth quadrant)
Week 8 - Assemble final quilt top

Join the fun! Follow #scrappersparadiseqal on Instagram. Sign up for the weekly newsletter to receive all the QAL weekly information.

Thanks to these AMAZING sponsors for their support and wonderful prizes* for the QAL!

Bloc Loc - Half Square Triangle Ruler

Mashe Modern - Charm Pack

Running Stitch Quilt - PDF Pattern

Riane Elise - Quilt Book

Threaded Quilting Studio - PDF Pattern

Maeberry Square - PDF pattern

Jukebox Quilts - Long arm credit for your spectacular Scrapper's Paradise quilt!!!

*The QAL is open to all participants from around the world! Some sponsor prizes are only eligible for US residents, while other prizes are eligible for US and International participants. Details will be provided in the weekly email.


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