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Scrappiness is Happiness Quilt Along Part 3

It’s the third month of the Scrappiness is Happiness Quilt Along. We’re sew happy to see more of your progress. As you know, Lori Holt’s Scrappiness is Happiness Quilt Book is designed so that we can create beautiful quilts from our own scrap baskets, and that includes the blocks in this quilt along. Let’s check in and see where we’re at!

We’re loving the happy colors of Pat Sloan’s (@quilterpatsloan) blocks. She’s sewing with Daisy Fields by Beverly McCullough for Riley Blake Designs and some of her own scraps.

Week 9: Santa Hat Block

We hope you loved sewing the Santa Hat Block just before the holidays!

Week 10: Scrap Apple Block

We love how bright the Scrap Apple Block is and can’t wait to see yours!

Week 11: Scrappy Crossroads Block

During week eleven, we found ourselves at a crossroads in deciding which scraps were meant for this scrappy block.

As you can see in Pat Sloan’s version, this block is all about color placement and being scrappy.

Week 12: Scrappy Strings Block

Week twelve was one of Kimberly’s favorite blocks from Scrappiness is Happiness the Scrappy Strings Block! We’re looking forward to seeing how yours turn out.

About the Quilt

The quilt pattern, designed by Lori Holt, finishes at 83.5” square, and you can see all the supplies for this sew along by heading to the Scrappiness is Happiness supplies page. Lori Holt is sharing free block tutorials on her Youtube Channel, so be sure to visit her for updates. You can find the list of blocks to sew each week on page 2 of the Scrappiness is Happiness Quilt Along Pattern, or visit this page for the dates.

Join the Scrappiness is Happiness QAL!

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You can find Lori Holt on her blog and YouTube Channel to learn more and follow her on Instagram (@beelori1).

Keep up with us by following @fatquartershop on Instagram, and don’t forget to share your progress with #ScrappinessIsHappinessQAL and tag @fatquartershop, so we don’t miss seeing your scrappy quilts. Visit the blog next month, on February 18, for our next update!


  1. I have completed the entire quilt top from the book and really loved doing it. I especially loved the scrap apple block and plan on using it for a full quilt made in red, white, and blue to be used as a 2024 Raffle quilt for my local historical society. The blocks were easy to assemble and look great.