Salt Lake City Quilt Along

I don’t know about you but I won’t be attending Quilt Market this year. I was able to attend last year and I think it’s harder knowing what I’m missing by not being there than it was before I even knew what it was I missed!  Does that make sense?  I believe Spring Quilt Market is in St. Louis next year and I really hope to make it down there for that. 

Since I’ll be anxiously watching my instagram and facebook feeds to see what’s hot and new this year in the quilting industry I thought it would be fun to add some quilt block eye candy to the mix.  So – I came up with a fun scrappy block for us all to do –

Salt Lake City quilt block by Kim Lapacek

the Salt Lake City Block!

This is a great block to use your scraps on AND a great opportunity to fussy cut some fun fabrics for the center of the block.  I created a tutorial for both a 6” and 12” Salt Lake City Quilt Block so it should work for whatever size scraps you have!

Salt Lake City quilt block by Kim Lapacek

Here’s another one of my 12” Salt Lake City quilt blocks.

Get your Salt Lake City Quilt Block pattern on my craftsy site for free until May 25th, 2016 – then there will be a small fee to download the tutorial.  Salt Lake City quilt block by Kim Lapacek

I made a 6” Salt Lake City quilt block too.  I just love the fussy cut giraffe for the center of the block!

I hope you join in the fun with me!  I’ll be using the hashtag #scrappySLCalong on instagram as I post my blocks and also feel free to link up your blocks below!




Craftsy is having there HUGE class sale!  I love these classes – you can watch at your convenience and learn from so many amazing and talented instructors you may not have the chance to learn from in the real world!


It only goes until May 21st so don’t wait too long!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for the cute pattern. I think it would make an adorable baby quilt with something baby-themed stitched in the center. And since I just became a Great Grandmother, I will be checking around to see what I can come up with for the new baby. Thanks again.


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