Welcome to our Perfect 10 Sampler Quilt Along! We will be quilting along to make the Perfect 10 Sampler Quilt! This sampler quilt really is a taste of all the quilts, as blocks from all 16 quilts are included, so you’ll get to try them all. We have the full Fabric Requirements HERE for you to use and pick out your fabrics and quilt along with us. You will need both the Perfect 10 Book and Ruler to make this sampler so grab yours and let’s get started!
For the second week of the quilt along, we are making the Buttered Pecan Block and the Coconut Block! [Get the pattern HERE] Kimberly made her blocks using Guest Room by Kristyne Czepuryk for Moda Fabrics!
Perfect 10 Sampler Quilt Along
We also have 14 quilty staffers and bloggers quilting along with us! All 8 weeks of the quilt along, they will be making the two blocks featured until all 16 blocks are made! Here are their versions of the Buttered Pecan and Coconut Blocks:
Cynthia of Dream Quilt Create
Quilty Staffer Deborah – Oxford by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics
Quilty Staffer Denise – Garden Variety by Lella Boutique for Moda Fabrics
Gina of Thread Graffiti
Greg of Grey Dogwood Studio
Heidi of Buttons and Butterflies
Jennie of Porch Swing Quilts
Kim of Persimon Dreams
Melanie of A Bit of Scrap Stuff
Quilty Staffer Nancy – Clover Hollow by Sherri & Chelsi for Moda Fabrics
Pam of Pam Kitty Morning
Sinta of Pink Pincushion
Sondra of Out of the Blue Quilts
Quilty Staffer Terri – Flower Garden Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics
Quilt Along with us using #FQSPerfect10
We’d love to see your Perfect 10 Sampler Blocks! Share your blocks on Instagram or Facebook using #FQSPerfect10 and we’ll share so we can see and share them!
Catch us here next week, October 23, for Week 3 of the Perfect 10 Sampler Quilt Along where we will be making the Coffee and Cookie Dough Blocks!
I got my Perfect Ten ruler & book a few days ago and I am loving all the great patterns in the book. The ruler looks as if it will make the patterns very easy to make. Correct measurements are sometime difficult for me and I end up with blocks that I am not happy with. I’m looking forward to using this new ruler. maggie
I ordered the book. The price was very reasonable and with 16 patterns in the book, it came to less than $1 per pattern. I also like that it is SPIRAL BOUND. Makes it much, much easier to refer to instructions while you are sewing. I think that should be mandatory on all quilting books.
The quilt-a-long going on in the blog is making one quilt with each of the blocks from the book. I don’t think that does the patterns justice, since most of the blocks look strange individually. It is only when you match several of the same block together that you get a design that works. So I suggest checking out the images from the book on the FQS website.