This is a good book for any beginning scrap quilter and it's Fat Quarter friendly as well. It has the same ideas for scrap quilts as most other books on scrap quilting and didn't provide me with any new ones which I had hoped for.
21 pages of quilting tips, fabric collecting and understanding scrap quilts are where the book starts. After that, the projects are listed and many of them use the same block; it is just the placement of the block that makes the quilts different. If you can make blocks like a four-patch, Puss in the Corner, Hourglass, Spools, Bowtie, half square triangle, whole squares and strips, you can create the quilts in this book.
The 14 quilts each show a color photo with a blurb about the quilt. In a colored square, the finished block and quilt size is given along with skill levels or piecing experience and the ability to select fabric. The materials and cutting lists are clearly written and the assembly section has graphics to help you along. No quilting designs are provided.
Pinwheels, stars and snowballs will show up as you put your quilts together. Or use your own creativity and move the blocks around to create your own patterns.