Sunday, May 18, 2014

Giveaway: 3 Simply Style Charm Packs

Hello there! I can't believe the weekend has already passed! I am pretty certain I was hooked to my phone most the weekend salivating over all the Instagram Quilt Market photos!  I can't wait to get my hands on some of the upcoming lines of fabric that I saw!!

Alright, let's get to this week's giveaway! 








Each Charm Pack contains 42 -- 5" x 5" squares.  

I love V and Co.  and this line is absolutely fabulous! :) 

To enter to win answer the following question:

What is your favorite pattern to make with Charm Squares?  (If you've never worked with charm squares, tell me what you would do with these if you won!)

Just leave your answer in the comment section below! Please leave your email address if you are a no-reply blogger or an anonymous commenter!


GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!

Good luck! I'll talk to you soon!


199 comments:

Cecilia said...

These are pretty! My favorite pattern is to make HSTs with a charm and a solid and make a baby quilt. In fact, I'm working on one now. Thanks for the giveaway.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I have a pattern for a charm square bag that I've never made. I'd probably use these charm squares for that!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Missy Shay said...

I have never used charm packs, but it might be pretty as a pinwheel quilt~

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I love V & Co! I want to make the Charm Pack Cherry quilt so these would be perfect. Thanks for the chance!

brownj6610 said...

I've never used charm squares, but if I were to win these, I'd try a snowball quilt.

Lynda said...

I have not worked with charm squares, but I would keep it simple and let the fabrics sing

Anonymous said...

Could use these . imabank@aol.com

Jenn said...

I make rag quilts for children's hospitals, love kid print fabrics but these are super pretty!

Paige said...

I'd like to try making a modern style lap quilt with half square triangles using these charm packs. :-)

gaylynn said...

I used charm squares recently to make a rag quilt. It turned out really cute.

teachpany said...

I love Quilt In A Day's Tossed 9 Patch, and there's a group of patterns for table runners that use charms. They are fun, and give a great variety in a quilt.

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Baby quilts... 6x8 charms with a 4" border

Carol Rinehart said...

Cathedral window. Current addiction.

Pam Johnston said...

Such happy and uplifting fabrics. I quilt for charity, and these fabrics would brighten anyone's day!! I love old-fashioned checkerboard with a bright border. (Dogshowmom@aol.com)

Anonymous said...

I would make a rag quilt or use for machine embroidery appliques. Thanks for the giveaway.

Nancy Lewis said...

I would make a tumbler quilt. I have a new template and I'm dying to try it out.

ShirleyC said...

I mostly use them for appliques, but I have a couple of bundles I'm saving for some little quilts.

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I love just sewing them all together for a charm square quilt ... usually baby or lap size. The Fat Quarter Shop also gave a free pattern called "charm square cherry" that I have made and would love to make again.

Anonymous said...

Rag quilt. lkhill@crosstel.net

FabricandFlowers said...

My favorites are Schnibbles. They are quick and charm square friendly.

Margaret said...

I like making rag quilt totes.

Julie said...

I adore charm packs. They are perfect for baby quilts and lap quilts. My favorite patterns all come from the Moda Bake Shop. A perfect place to look for inspiration!

Crickets Corner said...

I love Falling Charms, it's so fast and easy.

Anita said...

I like making bags or table runners with charms, cute lap quilts with half square charms are another to to project. Thanks for the giveaway /)

Maree in NC ☺ said...

Love, love, love these fabrics and would be absolutely thrilled to win! ☺ I'd probably add them in for some yummy variety in a current scrappy quilt project. Thanks a bunch!

my nana maree @ yahoo . com

JoyceLM said...

My favorite is the disappearing 9-patch - thanks for the chance to win.

Fluffy Puppy Scarfs said...

I dunno.. I have a million patterns saved and running around in my head!!! Whatever I chose I know would be stunning with that pack!

Jo C. said...

Disappearing nine patch is my go to pattern for charms...thanks for a lovely giveaway.
Boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

Carol said...

I just saw a new one on Pinterest that looks interesting.

PK Sews said...

I like to use them for making half square triangles and pinwheels, and for disappearing nine patch patterns. Thanks for the chance to win. I love the fresh look of Simply Style.

Michele T said...

This is such a pretty fabric line! I have made placemats, table runners, baby quilts, and bibs with Charms. Thanks for the chance!!

Cindy Garaasq said...

I love disappearing 9 patch quilts with charms.

Tracy said...

I just made a really cute Bow Tie quilt with a charm pack, super easy too! Love this line!

OhioLori said...

Have only used Charms a few times now...made A D9P, a Pinwheel, and a few just squares sewn into baby quilt., and a nice Tumbler Throw. Love these fabrics too!! Know would make a cool Tumbler throw! :)

Shauna said...

I have made a charm quilt before, but I just used the squares as is. Thanks for the chance

Emily C said...

I would make an HST baby blanket, these are also great for corners on star blocks.

Christine S said...

Half square triangles or disappearing nine patch :)

Melanie said...

I used a pinwheel pattern from Moda Bakeshop for a baby quilt...turned out super cute :)

Anonymous said...

I love making scrap quilts, and have used several charms from guild exchanges and purchased packs in my quilts. Working on 3 different scrappy quilts now. marilynann816@gmail.com

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

Charm packs are great for making HSTs and there are so many fun things you can do with those!

dcargill said...

I've never used charm squares but want to make either a table runner or some pillows & these colors would be perfect for either.

Anita said...

I would make a disappearing nine patch. Great fabric, by the way, and thanks for the giveaway!

Wendy B said...

they're absolutely perfect for table runners.......and who ever has enough table runners??? Not me!
:o)

judygold said...

I love making Half Square Triangles with charm squares and then deciding how to arrange them for a quilt. I did this in December for my granddaughter and made a chevron pattern.

Swedish Scrapper said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Swedish Scrapper said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Swedish Scrapper said...

I think HST's are hard to beat with charm packs, but Brioni Greenberg has some fabulous patterns I want to try, like the Shuriken (which is a cool kind of pinwheel pattern) or the Pretty Petals quilt. Crossing my fingers!

-- Sorry for deleting-- I tried to fix my misspelling and ended up pasting a bunch of links in along with my comment to edit, and I didn't see until too late.

Gill said...

I love charm packs!
At the moment I'm making the 'forgotten five' mini quilt from the moda bake shop

Tess said...

I would love to try a hst baby quilt set up in colour rounds as an offset diamond pattern. Love this line too!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

Mamasqd said...

Love love love V&Co! I'm working on my first quilt with the charm pack cherry pattern from fat quarter shop and using white with vintage charms

charlotte said...

I usually mix a charm pack with solid squares in a checkerboard pattern. Makes a great size baby quilt. I have also used them for a HST quilt with solids.

Elaine said...

Usually a disappearing nine patch. Thanks for the offer!

Tanya said...

I've only ever made one charm pack quilt before, it was a HST baby quilt with a solid. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

Lisa Marie said...

Charms are great for Disappearing Nine Patch blocks.

Margaret said...

Falling charms by the Missouri star quilt co.

Jeanie said...

I see I'm not alone in saying a Disappearing 9 Patch. It's always great to rearrange the squares and see the different combinations. Love the charm packs....beautiful fabrics! Thanks so much!

Dana Gaffney said...

I usually make HSTs from my charm squares, then a "barn raising" quilt. These are lovely, thanks.

carolann said...

I like to make half square triangles, then arrange them into a chevron pattern. carolann427@aol.com

Karen Rhodes said...

I like to make pinwheels with charm squares. So easy.

sewlightly said...

I love Charm packs and use them for lots of things, but my favorites are disappearing nine patch and tumbler quilts.

Melanie Hudgens said...

Hello - Love this fabric. I have been wanting to make a disappearing 9-patch and HST with a solid quilt for quite some time.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

there is s lovely window pane quilt pattern that works great with charms

Leslie at the Sugarhouse said...

Pretty! I would love to make a tumbler quilt with these pretty packs!Thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

Davinia said...

I've never used charm packs, but would definately want to make a table runner with this fabric!

Charmaine McLaughlin said...

Definitely would make a Topsy Twirly little-girls skirt in a toddler size. Been obsessed with making them lately, so quick and fun to make!

Anonymous said...

I have never used a charm pack but would love to use them in a pinwheel quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! Linda. slmne5@Yahoo.com

Melissa Greenfield said...

I would love to make a Magic diamonds quilt and a cloud nine quilt. Both from MSQC. Thanks for the chance. mgreen2427@live.com

Joyce Carter said...

Beautiful fabrics. Thanks for the chance. I love making scrappy baby quilts.

mennikelly said...

I like making a quilt using the Mosaic block (from the Summer Sampler Series)!

Digiscrapations said...

I use them in different ways. Right now I'm doing 4 patches to make into a top no pattern just having fun!. Thanks for the chance to win.

Teresa G said...

I made a mini round and round and would use them to make the large version. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sandra Visser said...

Only thing I have done with charm squares was a couple of dresden plates. I do have a book for patterns using only charms so would make something form the book.

syvisser@gmail.com

charlotte l said...

So pretty! I like to make HST with charm packs. Quick and easy and so many variations. Thanks for the chance.

Tiffany said...

Puff quilts are my absolute favorite, but I also love making HSTs with charms.

Bethany said...

I have only used charm pack to make table runners, but I think a nice simple patchwork would look great!

Afquilt said...

I would make a pinwheel baby quilt!

Jacklynn said...

I love charm packs! I have a great table runner pattern from Sweet Jane that I have made two of the three styles in the pattern. You just need to get some extra yardage for binding and backing and you're set. Thanks for the chance to win!

Texas Quilting Gal said...

I like a fractured 9 patch! :)

Amy Martin said...

I love to make two of Amy Smart's patterns with charm squares.... Chain Linked and Baby Lattice (which is on the Moda Bake Shop). Thanks for the chance to win!

amy mayen said...

Ooh, gorgeous! I'd love to win; and I hope this doesn't disqualify me- but I'd gift them to my friend who is a quilter. Mayendesigns@gmail.com

Nancy said...

I have made pinwheel quilts, disappearing nine patch and other charm square patterns. I usually try to make a different pattern for each of my quilts and there are so many charm square patterns out there that I want to try!

Laurel said...

I have made several charm pack quilts with Schnibbles patterns by Carrie Nelson. Love them all!

Brenda said...

Four patches and 3" nine patches for some future great big charm quilt. Or mini quilts -- when I have a couple of the same charm packs and only need a little yardage. I love Carrie Nelson's Schnibbles patterns and her two books. Actually anything from Miss Rosie's Quilt Company.

Michelle Olsen Sasak said...

I love making disappearing nine patch quilts with charm squares. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mom C said...

Stars and disappearing 9 patches. Love V and Co too. Thanks.

Angelia Lanouette said...

Charms are great for HST's and disappearing 9 patch! I would love to try some Schnibbles patterns too!

Jeannie D said...

I love HST for pinwheels and the good old 9 patch!...Favorite so far is a baby quilt, Charmalade by Pamela Lincoln for Moda Bakeshop!

Vicki H said...

I like to make disappearing 9 patch, goes together quickly.

wonderlandbyalyce said...

I like using charm packs to make the Disappearing 9 patch block. Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce@gmail.com

Rachel said...

I haven't made anything with charm squares yet, but I might try to do a four/nine patch pattern. Or maybe something with triangles like traditional 8 point stars. Thanks for the chance to win.

Lee said...

I love the reversible purse pattern for charm squares - free at the Moda Bake Shop! thanks!

Katy P said...

I would love to make my mom a new table runner :)

Anonymous said...

I would like to make the spare change quilt! It is gorgeous!

donybrk@outlook.com

Rebeckah Austin said...

I like to make patchwork quilts for babies and also use them as Hexis :)

Welcome to the Glorious Chaos! said...

I love sewing pinwheels with charm packs! Love this line!

Karen said...

I would make a disappearing nine patch or a coins quilt.

Reb Thack said...

I use them for pillows, baby quilts and for other small projects. I think these will either end up as pillows for my bedroom or as a handbag and infinity scarf!

Jane S. said...

I'm kind of stuck in a rut right now (but I don't mind!) of making hexagons with my charm packs. Out of a single 5" square I can get 4 hexagons so it's a real bang for my buck. I've been making a lot of coasters and mug mats. :)

Peggy said...

I'd like to try a small wall hanging.
Thanks,
Peggy
Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

legato1958 said...

I would make HST and Pinwheels with them!! I love this fabric line!

Susie

Anonymous said...

Love these charms...I like to do HST because you have so many options on how to combine them.
verstraete10@aol.com

Sarah Goer said...

I'd love to make a fast table runner.

Liz Rehrauer said...

Charm squares make fantastic mini quilts. I have one going right now.

Karen said...

I haven't worked with charm squares. I think I would start out trying to make an easy small quilt from one of the many patterns floating around lately.

Mara said...

I love charms, I have a pinterest board for some inspiration. http://www.pinterest.com/grecomara/charms-and-candy-squares/

Sandy said...

I've been wanting to make a pinwheel baby quilt... these would be perfect!

Grandma Helen said...

I usually guy yardage (one can never have too much fabric, right?), so I haven't worked with a Charm Pack. I would make a quilt of HSTs, using a white solid.

barbara woods said...

A quilt, thanks for the chance

barb said...

love to make hsts with charm packs. it makes it so easy. all i have to do is draw the stitching and cutting lines, cut them apart, cut off the dog ears and done. you can make the quilt look so different by the placing of the blocks. thank you for a beautiful giveaway. babscorbitt at gmail. dot com

Jacqueline Frances said...

I like making chevron table runners and placemats, using HST of charms and Kona Snow(I have a bolt of this and love it).
Thanks for the giveaway,
Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows

DebraKay Neiman said...

I saw a pattern which uses HST with white and print to make chevrons. Baby blanket. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Erin Davis said...

Ooh! I love using them for HSTs!! And they are awesome as big EPP hexies, too :)

Marti Taylor said...

I love, love, love them for making HSTs. I am currently working from charms to make a HST quilt for my mother-in-law. blackflowersacidrain(at)gmail(dot)com

Kelly said...

Everything works with a charm pack! I think my next will be a tumbler quilt...

Jo said...

I use the disappearing 9-patch quite often with charms

Diane H said...

Love using charm packs to make half square triangles for pinwheel blocks. Just going to start a baby quilt with pinwheels and prairie points. Two of my favourite things.

pippirose said...

I have never used a charm pack, but when I do, I would like to make a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt.
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Scrappy for me.

Peaches1003 said...

I love whacking together a simple patchwork with charms. Quick and easy!

Debbie said...

Haven't used charm squares but I think I would use them in a quilt that calls for HSTs. They would be perfect.

Marianne said...

I'd make a snowball baby quilt for a friend who's due in August.

Diann said...

I like Charm Square Cherry.

Sarah said...

I would like to make a snowball quilt, or an ohio star, or something from the Schnibbles patterns! Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

CandyR said...

I would make a Charm Pack Cherry quilt. Thanks!

Sandra :) said...

I'm addicted to making Disappearing 9 Patch quilts - I usually use 6.5" squares to get the toddler size I like - charm squares would be perfect for a baby quilt :)

Allison C said...

I love to do simple square patchwork quilts with charms

Deb said...

I love making rag quilts with charm squares.

Joan H. said...

Disappearing 9 patch is one of my favorites

KathleenD said...

I have the book, 3 Times the Charm!, and would like to make a lap quilt with their "Greta" pattern. I'd also like to make a pinwheel or HST table runner. I'm very fond of the Simply Style line and would LOVE to win your Charm Pack Giveaway. Thanks.

Michelle said...

I love to make pinwheel blocks with charm squares

Tabitha Keener said...

I've been wanting to try that Charm Pack Cherry pattern I've been hearing about and make a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Connie Cain said...

Have not worked with any charms yet. I am going to be an auntie this summer, and I need top make a baby quilt. :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

Kelly Wilson said...

I haven't used a regular charm pack. There is a cute pattern by Elizabeth Hartman (Oh, Fransson!) that uses charms (aptly named the Charm Quilt) I would try. Thanks for the opportunity! Notwendy at gmail dot com

Elaine said...

HST's crisp and clean!
satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

Shar said...

I love to make a waves with them or half square triangles.

Béa said...

Friendship star quilt is my favorite.

valerie boudier said...

I have a pattern for a table runner that I'd like to make with these

Wendy said...

anything made from HSTs!

Abbigail said...

I like to use them for quick and pretty baby quilts! they work up so quickly!

Paula@TheSassyQuilter said...

I would love to make a quilt using the charm pack cherry pattern:)

Sherry VF said...

I have never made a charm quilt before but I do have a pattern called, Starry Square-in-a-Square Quilt at AllPeopleQuilt.com that I would love to try. Love Vanessa's fabric lines too. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

Susan Smith said...

My favorite patterns to use charm packs with are Schnibbles from Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. I love V & Co's fabrics too--so fresh and happy! Thanks for the chance to win this!

Karen said...

It would be a toss up of hst's and 9 patches. Love these colors. Thanks for sharing.

Rosebud said...

With three charm packs I could make a beautiful Bow Tie quilt. It is my favorite way to use charm packs.
Thank you.

Janie said...

I have two, Trip around the world, and Orange peel or Melon quilt. Thanks for your tutorials. Thanks for the chance.

Marly said...

I have used a charm pack to make a disappearing 9-patch throw. I would like to use a print charm pack and a solid ivory or white charm pack to make a disappearing 4-patch too.

Kathy said...

I would turn them into HST and have fun arranging them in various patterns for pillows.

Jennyroo said...

I love charm squares. I set them on the diagonal for a quick and simple yet really pretty looking quilt top. I agree, V and Co is always lovely!

Jen Barnard said...

I don't make patterns twice, but I love Carrie Nelson's patterns for charm packs.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

I have many. Just made 5 baby kwilt tops over the weekend using charms. I would say anything from the 3 Times the Charm books or Precut Quilts book. You can see them in my blog post today. http://kwiltypleasures.blogspot.com/2014/05/sweet-retreat-completes.html

Anonymous said...

I would love to make celtic cross pattern from today's tutorial. or a merry go round quilt from Missouri star quilt company.
dahliadivad@gmail.com

Quilting Momma said...

HST's of course! I am also working on a blue jean quilt, kind of a mock cathedral with the charms in the middle. Love the ease of being able to use charms for so many different things! Thanks for the opportunity to enter! onlydiamonds@hotmail.com

Melva Palmer said...

The charm tumbler template makes a cute quilt.

Miggsie said...

I jusr like sewing charms together for a simple square patchwork quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

nicolesender said...

I like to use charm packs in 4 or 9 patch blocks!

margaret said...

I have not used a charm pack before but think it would be a disappering nine patch

QuiltSue said...

They're great for HSTs and for hexies.

Jess said...

I haven't worked with charm packs before. I read the comments and saw that a lot of people were saying that they would do half-square triangles; I've been wanting to try those, so that is probably what I would do, and make a baby blanket out of them.

jhunsberger (at) gmail (dot) com

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

I love to use charm packs and mini ones too. My favorite quilt to make with a charm pack is this one:
http://thebusybeequiltshop.blogspot.com/2012/10/oh-deer-done.html
I just made it up one day and love how it turned out. I think it would look good with these charms, too.

juliehallfeldhaus said...

I haven't use charm packs much,but would love to make a quilt with ones I might win:)

Janet Boyles said...

I love to do pinwheels with charm squares.

Susan said...

I have not used charm packs, but if I won these, I think I would add solid squares and make a baby quilt.

Sewgirl said...

I make lap size and baby quilts with them by separating the light/dark and then giving them dark/light borders, sewing them back in a checkerboard style. They turn out really cute.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

I like to use Schnibbles patterns to make table toppers/wall quilts from charm packs. Thanks for the chance at these beauties!

Carrie P. said...

I have just sewn the charms together to make baby quilts to donate to our local hospital.

Sandy said...

Good ol' HST. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Alesha Klein said...

I have never worked with charm packs although I have purchased a half dozen or so with the hope of finding a nice pattern for table runners. My mother in law is crazy for them and I love to make things for her.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

Jeanne Gwin said...

i would use them to make a HST baby quilt for my charity Mercy Hospital Joplin Missouri.
thanks for a chance to win.

Sue Theune said...

Last charm pack made a table runner. Just got two quilt books full of charm pack patterns waiting to happen. Excited! Thanks for the chance to win!

Peg said...

My friend designed a lap quilt using charm squares and it turned out so well I would make it again.

aus_chick said...

I've never worked with charm squares before, but I would make either a baby quilt or a purse with them.

Melissa Miller said...

I like a simple patchwork of the charms. No cutting!

SherryR said...

periwinkle quilt

Connie Rhea said...

I make lap quilts and baby quilts. My newest venture is making scrappy pillow cases using color coordinated 5 inch squares that complement my apartment color scheme. I live in an assisted living home and plan to make pillow cases for some of my new friends,

Anonymous said...

I would use these lovely fabrics to make some bright, new pillows for our home. I really like V and Co. antiquesnsews@yahoo.com

Fluffy Puppy Scarfs said...

very pretty indeed.. I think I would dedicate some of the charm packs (3 is A LOT!) and make a quilt to donate somewhere.. a simple quick & easy stack & whack.. the rest?? I've been mulling a case for my cutting mats & rulers and a caddy for the sewing machine tools..

john hutchens said...

I have never used them before . As a beginner quilter I would look for an easy project to make for family

Valerie Reynolds said...

Oh these are screaming to be made into half square triangle pinwheels!! Be so springy and fresh! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Sheila said...

I have mostly used charms for totes but recently seen a sweet baby quilt using charms and would love to try that . Thanks for the chance to win .

Anonymous said...

I would use these to make a mini quilt. Love those minis!!! Rosemarie says:

Kathi Riemer said...

I love the sweet colors of this charm pack. My favorite pattern is one I designed for one charm pack. It was later used by a group of friends with two charm packs to make a baby quilt for an expectant mother. I have it somewhere, I should pull it out. Thank you for offering this give away.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

My favorite pattern for charm squares are tote bags. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

c said...

dissappearing9 patch

aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

Heidi said...

I am just finishing a quilt I call LatiSphere, made from one charm pack it came out baby size. I would definitely use these with my pattern, to create a full size quilt (for me!). Likely, I would name it LatiStyle!

Abbigail said...

I like to make play quilts for babies. They are larger than a crib quilt. These are to be used on the floor when baby wants to start learning to roll over and play.

Marla's Crafts said...

I never used charm packs until lately. I made a small lap quilt called Window Pane and three baby quilts. I actually really like them. I bought a few last week. Thanks for the give away.

Sandy said...

I have a great baby quilt pattern I like to use with charms -- these charm packs would be beautiful!

Jennifer Evans said...

These are pretty! I love to make pinwheels with charm squares.

Linda Thompson said...

Hmmmm yummy colors. If I, nope not if, when I win these, I will take a break from the charity quilts being made with reclaimed double knits, I will work on a gorgeous pinwheel.

Linda Thompson said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Alesha Klein said...

I have several charm packs in my stash that I am looking for a table runner pattern. Have never worked with a charm pack but am ready to get started. Thanks for the chance to win.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would us a matching solid and make HST's or hourglass pieces. Then...I need something to cover my back seat this summer with kids in and out...and it needs to be bright and cheery..the charms would be perfect!
Cheri
NannyMakesit89@yahoo(DOT).com

Julie in GA said...

I would make a Disappearing 9-Patch with the charm squares.

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I use several patterns, the 10 minute block patterns, HST's in different arrangements, and have several Charm pack books. I absolutely love charm packs! So many options!

Lyn said...

I have used them for appliqué, but would piece a mini quilt with them... there are several books out of neat mini quilt patterns.

Sunanda said...

I love making economy blocks with them paired with white, a light color and a bright to make a star in the middle. Love v &ya too. Such a fresh sense of design.

Christy H said...

I've never used them before, but reading through the comments I've gotten some great ideas!

Bonnie said...

I would love to make a plus quilt with these. Hope I'm not to late to enter!

Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge said...

I haven't really gotten into Charm Squares, but these look lovely! I have a JayBird Quilts pattern I've yet to use that calls for Charm Squares, so this would be perfect

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...