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12 Charm Quilts to Make

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.

Share the Love

Piece & Love

This scrap happy heart by Audrey Mann is a great home for a charm pack.

x and +

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.

Zig Zag Love

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.

Favorite Themes

Windmills Charm

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.

Follow the Stars

Stars are another favorite of mine. So of course I had to include Tori McElwain’s Follow the Stars.

Quick and Easy

Diamonds are the Charm

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.

Skit Row

I love the scrappy feel of Laura Lindsay Strickland’s table runners. They are sure to brighten any table.

Simply Charming

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.

Simply Patched

I like the way Sherry Shish create a chain effect in her charm friendly quilt, Simply Patched.

I Spy Snowball Quilt

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?

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