Boy Scout Lap Quilt

A while back I made an Eagle Scout Quilt, and I had a fair amount of the Riley Blake Modern Scouting fabric leftover. I wanted to try something different, something a little more chaotic and less predictable. It’s been a while since I’d gone with a mosaic design. I also had varying amounts of the fabric samples left, so I added in some solids to balance out the patterns. Overall, it was fun and took very little work up front with the planning. I just cut out squares of 9″, 6″, and 3″ and arranged them as balanced within each square as I could.

It has a green flannel backing. And in the end, I had enough to make two!

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Author: Quest Quilts

Just your average citizen who loves literature and quilts and has an uncommon proclivity for both.

4 thoughts on “Boy Scout Lap Quilt”

  1. Nice! This is a lot like the “too cool T-shirts’” quilt theory using 4” multiples …4×4, 4×12, 8×8, 16×16, etc. A really cool way to make a T-shirt quilt focusing on the designs. I’ve made a few and used more than 60 shirts in each!

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