Friday, September 11, 2020

Blue & Green Charm Pack Cherry Quilt

 A while back, around March 2018, I pieced this quilt top using Blue and Green scraps leftover from a multitude of projects.

The pattern is Charm Pack Cherry from the Fat Quarter Shop and it's a free download.

At some point, I didn't track when, I quilted it and then put it aside to do the binding later. I used the Popcorn panto for this one.  

Later became a long time after.

While finishing quilting up the last of the guild charity quilts that I had in the house, I decided to get this finally done and add it to their donation pile. I had a bunch of blue fabric leftover from another quilt that worked perfectly for the backing.

The binding didn't take long to complete and now this pretty scrap quilt will wrap someone up cozy and warm this coming winter season.

If you're looking for an easy pattern to use up charm squares, I highly recommend this one.  You can use any color palette and you can make it bigger or smaller, as you need.  I'm sure I'll be using this pattern myself again in the future to whittle down my piles of scraps.

4 of you added your own colorful comments:

karenbbsnow said...

Sweet quilt. I love blue/green quilts and these soft tones are so pretty. Thanks for the heads up to the Fat Quarter Shop free patterns, lot of great free patterns there for precuts.

Needled Mom said...

That is lovely...such pretty and calming colors. said...

This is so pretty. I love your color scheme and quilting. Thank you for sharing and I'm going to check this out.

FlourishingPalms said...

Very pretty! Quick and easy is wonderful when you need a fast make. I know I'm not normal, but I am not a fan of precuts. Not because of the sizes, but because of the color combinations... sometimes the fabrics look overly-planned and put together. I prefer the impact - and mistakes! - I make when choosing myself. But I completely agree with the speed and ease of making a quilt when it's quickly needed. We're all glad to have this option.