Don’t you just love charm packs? They are cute, save time, and make great quilts. What’s not to love? I asked my fellow designers to share their favorite charm quilts.
Today I share a few with you. I hope it gets your creative juices going. If you don’t have a charm pack on hand you can find great ones at the Fat Quarter Shop.
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This scrap happy heart by Audrey Mann is a great home for a charm pack.
Three red hot kisses is an x and + quilt. It’s a great way to use up leftover charm squares. Follow the link for my free tutorial.
These sweet hearts by Hope Nelson just make me smile. I love the way she gave the charm squares a new twist.
Speaking of love, my Bushel and a Peck makes a great home for your favorite charm pack.
Who doesn’t love a pinwheel quilt? They are just so happy. Pamela Boatright’s Windmill Charms table runner will bring cheer to your table.
Stars are another favorite of mine. So of course I had to include Tori McElwain’s Follow the Stars.
Quick and Easy
Anne Boundy set charms on point and framed them in her Diamonds are the Charm quilt.
Treasures is a simple quilt that packs a punch. The pattern comes in multiple sizes. Just add more charm packs.
I love the scrappy feel of Laura Lindsay Strickland’s table runners. They are sure to brighten any table.
If you’re looking for a quick, easy and beginner friendly quilt to make Simply Charming is perfect. No seams to match up. Follow the link for my free pattern.
I like the way Sherry Shish create a chain effect in her charm friendly quilt, Simply Patched.
If you have a fun novelty charm pack then Andi McElvain Stanfield’s eye spy charm quilt is perfect.
I hope you had as much fun as I did scrolling through these charm quilts. Did you find a few you might want to try?
A very happy Birthday to you! Sandy