Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Back to Charm School


Recently Mary from Country Threads contacted me and asked if I would be interested in participating in a blog hop for her latest book, Back to Charm School: More Fun Quilts from Country Threads (That Patchwork Place). Of course I said yes!



              Back to Charm School: More Fun Quilts from Country Threads (That Patchwork Place)


Back to Charm School is filled with small projects that use charm squares. The quilts include table toppers, runners, and small quilts perfect for wall hangings.

Along with my review copy of the book, Mary sent along a book for me to give away to one of my blog readers. For a chance to win  leave a comment on this post with your favorite way to use just a single charm pack of fabrics.

That's all...oh...and here is a list of the other blogs participating in the blog hop!



I'll keep this giveaway open until Friday!  Thanks again for stopping by!



2-20-12        Maureen Baly                moequiltz.blogspot.com
2-20-12        Paulette Doyle                sweetp-paulette.blogspot.com
2-21-12        Lori DeJarnatt                humblequilts.blogspot.com
2-21-12        Jo Kramer                        joscountryjunction.com
2-22-12        Sherri McConell               aquiltinglife.blogspot.com
2-22-12        Karen Griska                    selvageblog.blogspot.com
2-23-12        Julie Winkler                    juliekquilts.blogspot.com
2-24-12        Sarah Craig                      confessionsofafabricaddict.blogspot.com
2-24-12        Suzanne Melkoski            coloradolady.blogspot.com
2-25-12        Michelle Marr                   mychellem.blogspot.com
2-25-12        Pat Wys                            silverthimbletalk.blogspot.com

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Jessica Burkhart said...

I am obsessed with table runners lately.

jessburkhart@gmail.com

Betsy said...

This looks like a great book!

streetbirds said...

I've never used a charm pack. In fact, I'm still working on my first quilt! But they look like such fun, I can't wait to get my hands on one.

streetbirds said...

I've never used a charm pack. In fact, I'm still working on my first quilt! But they look like such fun, I can't wait to get my hands on one.

Lesley said...

I usually buy charm packs in twos, but recently came upon a pattern for a lil twister min-quilt that uses one charm pack. Now if I can only find the pattern again on my rapidly growing list of bookmarks! Thanks for the opportunity to win this book...it looks fabulous!

Quilt Hollow said...

This is a must have book for me....it is me!

Hi, I'm Suz!! said...

Definitely the 'lil twister for a table runner!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Hugs ~~ Suz
inspiringcreativeness.blogspot

The Woolen Cellar said...

This book sounds so perfect since I love making things from charm packs. One of my favorite things right now is using the 'Little Twister' template and charm packs. Thanks for a chance to win the book.

Kristen said...

I usually buy two or three charm packs, but I did find a really neat pattern that uses one charm pack recently for a wall hanging and it was a lot of fun to make. I love trying to see what you can make with a limited amount of fabric and the differences in color value. :)

Deb said...

Looks like a really nice book.

Jeanie said...

I'm a charm pack hoarder! I use them mostly for table runners and small wall hangings...oh, and some purse patterns. Love them!

Gloria said...

I am busy cutting some of my stash into charm packs as there seem to be so many patterns out there now for charm packs.
I have liked so many of the quilts in this blog hop that I am going to put the book on my birthday list if I don't win!

Johanna said...

The last one I used was a Halloween charm pack to make a patchwork strip on a bag.

luckymom said...

I've always wanted to make a tablerunner. Would love to own this book. Thanks for the chance.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Simply a 'charming' book! I like a single pack of charms for table runners, the charm coasters, placemeats, mug rugs, accents on bibs and onesies, the new twister mini - ohh lots of good stuff!

Jane said...

I'm hoping to win this book for some single charm pack inspiration! The only thing I've made using just one was a pinwheel baby quilt.

Pauline G said...

Love charm packs to make tote bags

Susan said...

I actually have found lots of uses for charm packs. I use them in wall hangings, hexies, yo-yo's, and applique. I love how versatile they are. Thanks for the opportunity to win this charming book :o)

knitmom said...

Looks like fun! I need to stretch and grow in my quilting and charm blocks would be perfect!

knitmom said...

Looks like fun! I need to stretch and grow in my quilting and charm blocks would be perfect!

quiltgrammy said...

I have made some cute tote bags and a table runner. LOVE CHARM packs, thanks for the chance to win such a "charming" book.

Donna said...

This book is perfect for me! I usually stick to small projects. Right now I'm into table runners and baby quilts. There is always a need for both!

Vicky said...

I can't get enough of pinwheels...and charm packs are perfect for those:) Thanks for the giveaway!!

rebecca said...

Charm squares are perfect for a new look on my dining room table. Love new runners!!

Wanda said...

I love charm packs. I usually buy one yard of fabric from the collection to coordinate. I make purses from them. Thanks for a chance to win.

Sallie said...

I like to use them to make a modified pineapple block, kind of a square in a square, for table runners or to use in baby quilts. Thanks for the great giveaway!

pcflamingo said...

I usually use charm packs in twos for a quick charity quilt. They sew up so fast and with a neutral like white or cream they go a long way. Thanks for the chance to win!

goody said...

I love making baby quilts!

Sue Huettl said...

Lately I have been making bags out of charm squares, this book looks like it other great options.

shuettl@new.rr.com

Gabriella said...

I love placemats ... so with one charm pack ... it's great ^__^

Cheri C. said...

I love the cutest baby quilt patterns to be made from charm packs. So, this would be great to win!!

Simone de Klerk said...

Looks like a fun book! My favorite way to use just a single charm pack of fabrics would be for a baby quilt, but then the fabrics have to be cute and 'baby-like'. I also enjoy making different small projects with a charm pack. So much to match!
Thank you and Mary for a chance to win a copy of the book!

Leah said...

on my list for my most recent charm pack... an apron! I can't wait

Judy said...

I'm still considered a newbie in the quilting world so I have not had the pleasure of opening up a brand new charm pack. One of these days. The book looks like something that would be right up my alley though. Thanks for the chance,.

Debbie Lou said...

I love charm packs. They are so versatile. I would probably first use it for a table runner or a twister pattern. Thanks!

Rosa said...

I love table runners.The last charm pack I used I made a baby quilt.This book looks great.Thanks for the giveaway!

Cindy said...

I am addicted to charm packs! This looks like a wonderful book packed with great little projects! I've used charm packs for table runners to small baby quilts. Love them- and they're not so expensive that I'm always able to buy more of the new ones coming out!:) Thanks!

Marci said...

I'm a new quilter and would LOVE to have this book to show me how to use the charms I have!

Donna said...

Love the title of the book. I have not used a charm pack yet. I have been collecting novelty charms for a high school graduation quilt for my granddaughter.

Cheryl said...

I like charm squares for table toppers and small wall quilts. Thanks for the chance to win this great book.

Raina said...

Bought myself a handful of charm packs for Christmas... all different. Just last night was searching again for a pattern using single packs. After reading posts here, I'm going to search the "lil twister". This book sounds great. Would love to win it! Thanks for posting this :)

Diane H said...

I find single charm packs just perfect for tablerunners. The snowball or Road to Tennessee blocks work up fast and look great.

Caroline said...

Definitely table runners.
Caroline

AlHo said...

My favourite way to use a charmpack is making a table runner. I just love the hidden nine patch and made quite a few of them for my family. Making a baby quilt is also a lot of fun. Greetings from Germany, Alex

DebrafromMD said...

I look to Carrie Nelson's Schnibbles books when I have charm packs to use. I would love to have this book as another source for patterns.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this book. It looks great!
Conny from Red Deer, Alberta

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this book. It looks great!
Conny from Red Deer, Alberta

Lisa Lisa said...

Sounds like my kind of book! It seems I've started a small collection of charm packs and could really use some project ideas!

Anna F said...

I love smaller projects. It seems to be what I'm able to complete. And I love charm packs, cutting and fabric selection all done. My favorite thing to do with a charm is make table toppers/tablerunners, my second favorite (or is it my first :) is to make baby quilts. Thanks for sharing.

QuiltinginMinn said...

I love to use charm packs for small wallhangings, table mats and runners. They give me many a large variety of colors for a scrappy look without a great cost! Love 'em! Thanks for the giveaway! Country Threads is my all time favorite quilt shop!

QuiltinginMinn said...

I love to use charm packs for small wallhangings, table mats and runners. They give me many a large variety of colors for a scrappy look without a great cost! Love 'em! Thanks for the giveaway! Country Threads is my all time favorite quilt shop!

Gill said...

This looks a great book!
I like to make table toppers and runners!

Paty Z said...

Charm packs are great! The table runners of the book are fantastic.

Dee said...

Well, looking at my sewingroom, you would think my favorite use of charms is to dislay and fondle.....but they are fund to use in scrappy quilts.

Dee said...

Well, looking at my sewingroom, you would think my favorite use of charms is to dislay and fondle.....but they are fund to use in scrappy quilts.

Libby said...

I love Country Threads..and would love this book:)

Barb said...

A single charm pack is a great way to make a table topper.

Siobhán said...

I was just drooling over this book on Amazon! So far, my most favorite way to use charm packs is for hexagons, but my daughter & I are using some packs for a bow tie quilt.

Anonymous said...

Table toppers!! I LOVE doing table toppers with charm packs!

Jane E.

Anonymous said...

Table Toppers/runners!! I LOVE making table toppers/runners with charm packs! Jane E.

Richard Healey said...

During the valentines charm blog hop their was a apron that I plan to try to make.


http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
http://trackmyshows.com

Diane said...

Love making twister quilts with charms ... so easy & fun! thanks for the chance.

Needled Mom said...

I love the charm squares for the small wall hangins and table toppers.

Kasey said...

I like making placemats- since it's just my husband and me, I can make a pair from one charm pack and some random backing from my stash.

Janet said...

I'd love a chance to win this book. I don't have a favorite way to use charm packs - I buy them but haven't done anything with them. Maybe this book could help with that :0)

Anne said...

I love making table runners... a project that is easy to finish. I love Country Threads too.

Mrs. DillyDally said...

Have loved Country Threads for years! I look forward to making projects from this book as well! Thanks for sharing!

jrwork said...
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jrwork said...

I like to use charm packs to make bags, can't have enough bags :)

stephsews said...

I like wall hangings and table runners with charm squares... I also like making bags and purses with them! :-) The last thing I made with charm squares was a "twist and turn" wall hanging...

robin said...

Table toppers are great to make with charm packs. :)

RSHudson said...

in a baby quilt although I don't think I've ever bought just 1 charm pack ;>) Thanks for chance to win.
Rhonda (marshudson at comcast dot net)

Lisa Marie said...

I've never used a charm pack, but it seems like it would be just right for a table runner or tote bag. I'd love to have this book as inspiration!

Wanda said...

I've never used a charm pack before, but I have a very nice table runner pattern that I've been meaning to get one for.

Sunnybec said...

I have the first Charm School book and I love it, I have made wall hangings from one pack of charms and table runners...love using them. Really going to have to buy this book if I am not one of the lucky ones. x

Rita said...

I enjoy making small wallhangings with charm squares. I have their first fist charm school book and it's great!

LeAnne said...

I have some charm packs and wish I knew what to do with them. That's why I need this book!

Kimberly said...

Oh this looks awesome! I love the versatility of 2 1/2" squares and lately all my charm packs have found themselves cut down and shuffled into the scrap mix. They really make scrappy quilting fun!

wannabequilter said...

Thanks for sharing. I have a charm pack just waiting to be created into something wonderful. Here's hoping

My Old Quilting Soul said...

Thank you for the chance! I also love table runners- a great way to use the fabric!

JGlock said...

Loving the new Country Threads book! Mary E. sent me--I want to be entered in thegiveaway!

Joan said...

I use charm packs for applique, hexies,small blocks and table runners. Thank you for the generous giveaway. I'd love to win the book.

Heartsdesire said...

Love those charm packs. I usually use them for small doll-type quilts or baby quilts. They work perfectly. Back to Charm School seems a perfect fit for me so would love to win a copy.

Paula said...

So many uses for Charm Packs. I love them. Love making table runners for rach season and holiday.
This book looks wonderful.

Jan said...

I like the lil twisters. Thanks.

Ruth B said...

I love to sew charm squares together in rows and use the little Twister template to make a pinwheel quilt. So fast and easy.

Anita said...

I've made several bags with a single charm pack. I used Amanda Jean's pattern. I love the way they turn out snd you a get little bit of each fabric. Thank you for the chance to sin a copy of this fun book.

Quilt n Queen said...

My favorite charm pack quilt was by Amanda Jean. She had a coin quilt on the Moda Bake Shop, its fast and easy ...http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/02/stacked-coins-baby-quilt.html. Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous book!!

PamKittyMorning said...

Love Country Threads. I have so many of their books from the 90s..so glad they're hanging in there.

Barbara M. said...

Thank you for the chance! I love to sew baby quilts, so a charm pack is very useful. Barbara from italy

Tracy said...

I have one of their books Country Threads Goes To Charm School and I love it! I just made one of the small quilts for a friend battling cancer and she loved it. It was fun and easy using the charm pack! So many cute ideas!

Teri said...

This book looks like it is a must for my quilt library......

pianomama said...

I'm so loving "quick finish" projects right now - makes me feel productive without biting off more than I can chew:-)

Brenda said...

This book looks like it has some great patterns in it, would love o have it.

Lynn said...

I have made several little quilts using the charm packs and the twister tool. Thanks for showing the book.

Paula A. said...

I like making baby quilts and little girl skirts with them. So quick and easy and always cute!

Jackie said...

Oh I have this thing for table runners, would love to win this Fabulous book!

Tammy Jones said...

I make baby quilts from charm packs, especially a pinwheel pattern (with the CUTEST little prairie points as an inner border) from the Moda Bakeshop :)

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I like to stretch my charm squares out and add few in several projects. Sometime that little 5 inch square is just the pop you need! Thanks for the chance on the book.

Terry said...

That looks like a great book! Thanks for the chance to win it! I'd make HSTs out of my charm pack and then sew them together to make a tablerunner or wall quilt! :0)

pkrueger said...

Looks like a fun book! Thanks for the chance.
pattik@windstream.net

Regina said...

oh - have never used "just one" charm pack -usually multiples or a layer cake cut into charms. That's a tough one...

wordmama said...

I am just getting into charm packs. Perfect timing! Thanks!

Kris

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

This book looks awesome! Thanks for the giveaway :-)

Patti said...

I use charm packs to make placemats and tablerunners. Thanks for a chance.

Pippa Parsons said...

I use charm packs to make smaller wall hangings, love them and the books look great

Loris said...

The quilts coming from this book are so sweet! I'm crossing my fingers hoping to win :-)
Thank you for hosting the giveaway...I have one at my blog too if you are interested :-)

Mary said...

If I won the book, I'd use charm squares to make the projects inside. But for now, I use them in Schnibbles.

Mom2RyandSis said...

Looks like a great book! I usually use charm packs for table runners :)

libbyquilter said...

thanks for the opportunity to win this book~!
charm packs . . . you're supposed to USE them~!?!
i love to just gaze at mine while sipping hot tea . . .

:-D
libbyQ

Anonymous said...

I like to use charm packs for table runners. I used several and made a bed sized quilt! Thanks for the opportunity to win.
sheila.fernkopf@gmail.com

Kelly L. said...

Charm packs are so addicting when shopping at a quilt shop - looks like a great book for me to use some of our many charm packs.

Linda said...

HELLO! I MAKE CRIB QUILTS FOR CHARITY AND MY FAVORITE WAY TO USE CHARM PACKS IS JUST AS THEY ARE AND SASH EACH ONE-CUTE! THIS IS NEAT IF YOU ARE IN A HURRY AND DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR DESIGNING AND PIECING INDIVIDUAL BLOCKS!
THANKS SO FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY

BuzyStitches said...

I like to use charms in table runner and table toppers. I just finished a table runner for a friends son's auction benefit to help with his medical bills with a brain tumor. This would be a great book to have and I am now a follower of your blog.

Kathy MacKie said...

Would love to win this book-keeping my fingers crossed.

Nathalie said...

That's the books I love to have.

Nathalie said...

That's the books I love to have on my shelf.

Lauriejo said...

I have never used a charm pack, but do have one that I would like to use.

Cowgirl in the City said...

I love making sweet baby quilts out of charm packs and my stash!

B Greene said...

I am looking for ideas that can be made with a single charm pack - I have three sitting here waiting. Ummmm, I think I need this book! Thanks for the chance to win!

Jennie said...

Just one charm pack? A week ago I would say a table runner, but I used one to make a granny square baby quilt, so I'd so that now. Course, more charm packs make big girl quilts . . .

Can't wait to see this book - love playing around with charm squares.

Anne-Mette said...

I never had a charm pack, but I think, I would love to make a bag and some smaller bags to use all the pieces.
What a generous give away.

WoolenSails said...

I like to sew them together alone the seams to make triangles, then cut them, and play with them to make mini quilts.

Debbie

Kathryn said...

I'm a big fan of small projects. Thanks for the review and the chance to win a copy. Kathie L in Allentown

Dolores said...

I have some charm packs that are waiting for a project. This looks like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win.

mindingmomma said...

I like to make baby quilts.

Missy Shay said...

I have never bought a charm pack before, I'm new to quilting, I guess the closest I have come is to the rag quilt I made my sister.
missysaprons@yahoo.com

Kath said...

A tablerunner I think. I am new to quilting and this book would help so much for ideas etc. Would just love this book. Great giveaway.

Lynn said...

I've been using charm packs to make dresden plates. I can get 4 blocks out of one pack, enough for a small wallhanging or table runner.

Janelle said...

I'd say table runners since there are usually a few I want to pull out but there's still plenty to work with for a runner pattern.

Teri said...

Charms are perfect for wallhangings and small quilts for the dining table. I like the smaller projects since I can get more done. Although I have also incorporated them into larger quilts. Can't wait to win this book! heehee.

Lisa Cox said...

I've never used a charm pack to make a quilt. I did buy a bag of 5 inch square scraps at an antique store and am now making a picnic quilt out of them.

krisgray said...

Love to use them to make bags and purses!

Bari Jo said...

I have been wanting to make so many things from my stashed charm packs... tote bags/runners/toppers/try out the Lil Twister ruler.... but so far all I've done are make yo yos and also English paper pieced flowers from these... love the scrappy yet coordinated look from the charm pack lines! Thanks for the opportunity to win the book!

VickiT said...

I have collected many charm packs but haven't done anything with them yet. I think I'll be using my Lil Twister template this week with one of my charm packs though. I need this book to get more ideas though.

Cecilia said...

I like to use them for a quick baby quilt.

Brenda said...

Thanks for the chance to win this book.

Sewbig said...

Table runners or a baby quilt depending on the fabric and what I need to make.

Sherryl said...

Charms packs - great for table runners and Li'l Twister wallhangings, but I'm kinda obsessed with mini quilts these days, so I tend to want to cut 'em up and use them that way!
sunshdws at yahoo dot com

Ruth K said...

I like to use them for fast baby quilts. I even used the same way a layer cake that I was going to make into something nice but last time that I want it to make something really nice on bed size it took me three years so I decided to make a quick 7x6 grid some borders and I had a twin size bed cover. Just like a baby quilt with charms...

Jennie P. said...

I'm going to say mug rugs.

Laurie B. said...

I use charm squares for small wall hangings usually, or just to look at! I find they are a great help in getting acquainted with a fabric line to determine if I need to buy yardage.

Karen said...

I like to make small quilts with the charm packs. I would love to win the book.

Laurie B. said...

I use charm squares for small wall hangings usually, or just to look at! I find they are a great help in getting acquainted with a fabric line to determine if I need to buy yardage.

begoodbabe said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I used my charm pack to make Friendship star table runners for my friends for Christmas. I am looking forward to using my next charms to make an Xs & Os quilt for me.
Karen from Edmonton, Alberta
kcneiman@gmail.com

Francis Paul said...

I use charmpacks to make Little Quilts of Love. thanks for the chance to win :-)

nlcalendar said...

What a great looking book. Thanks for the giveaway. I use charm squares a lot in trip around the world type quilts. MS

Patchwork and Play said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I even cut my scraps into charm size now! This book would be perfect!

Kathy H said...

I love to make totes or coasters from the charm packs.

Blackeyedsewsan said...

As I organize, I keep finding charm packs that I bought SOMETIME...hmmm & I was going to do what?
Here we go!

Kristen Sanderson said...

Charm packs look so pretty it is so hard to cut into them! But when I do get up the nerve they are perfact for table toppers and runners. Thanks for the give away!

saltandpepper said...

I've not used a charm pack before but the quilt book looks great to start quilting on something like a runner. Thanks for a chance to win the book.
Christine

Jeannette said...

What a great giveway, I have so many charms that need to be used up. I have a passion for buying them and making small projects.

khayse said...

Mary E. sent me! I love anything Country Threads!

Cherise said...

Great book! I love making runners with charm packs! :)

Lori said...

I love making placemats and runners with small cuts.

Anonymous said...

I like to make pillows or tablerunners with charm packs.

morrowrj@telus.net

Julie in WA said...

I just made 10 potholders from a charm pack, and they turned out GREAT! I would love to have a copy of this book..

Anonymous said...

I like table runners and with a bit of a solid or another fabric thrown in they make great baby quilts.
inka(dot)mangels(at)elaborate-consult(dot)de

Anonymous said...

I made a simple tablerunner with a charm pack. I hope to make some hexies or granny squares with charm packs soon. Love the book! patricia277@msn.com

StasaLynn said...

Looks like a great book.... what are charms? (Yes, I am a novice, beginner, aspiring quilter!)

Thanks!

Michelle Jensen said...

Well that looks like a great little book. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Beverly said...

Looks like an interesting book. The charm pack I worked with, I made hexagons. Now I have all these hexagons to play with and make a small wall hanging. Love those charm packs!

Chris said...

My favorite use for a Charm pack...a table runner. I love being able to use a whole line of one fabric and enjoy the quick results!

Mary said...

With just one charm pack I love to make tablerunners or table toppers. Little projects like that are so much fun to do!

Anonymous said...

Charm packs make great baby quilts. Thanks for the chance to win. KMA

Gayle said...

I use charm packs to make miniature quilts - I get a real sense of accomplishment when I make them cuz they finish up pretty quickly.....

Sherill said...

I have a charm pack for a Lil Twister table topper. This looks like a book I need as I have alot of charm packs!

{ Heather } said...

Sweet! I love the play one words for the title! I'm excited to see all the different projects on the blog hop.

GLÒRIA said...

I've always wanted to make a tablerunner. Thanks for the chance to win!

quilter4 said...

I would love to add this book to my library....just wanting to make some small things!

Helen L said...

So far, I just fondle and dream, although I have a quilt pattern designed for one of my Charm packs. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Michelle said...

I'd love to win that book! My favorite this to make with a single charm pack is table runners! Lately, I'm addicted to the Twister runners. Thanks for a chance to win!

Marcia W. said...

I have not yet used a charm pack - intend to use some this year in a quilt similar to one I saw in a catalog. Thanks for the chance. The honeycomb quilt is my favorite. Mary E sent me.
p.s. My comments are not showing but nothing displays that the comments are moderated.

emmy said...

Would love to see the ideas for using my charm packs. Thank you for the giveaway.

Connie said...

I enjoy making center pieces and runners with charm packs, looks like a great book!

Lee Ann L. said...

Mug Rugs, Small Quilts, incorporating them into larger quilts. So many ways to use Charm Packs!

Thank you for a chance to win. :-)

Sandy said...

I have made the disappearing nine patch with a charm pack....usually a table runner. Love charm pack.

KatieQ said...

I think a single charm pack is perfect for a table runner. I am about to start a tote bag that uses a charm pack.
This looks like a fabulous book.

Becky said...

I love quilt books. This one looks fabulous!

Barbk said...

Love making small wall hangings for gifts or to keep! Love this book!!

Christine M said...

I love the simplicity of just using sqaures, randomly placed, for a quilt. I haven't used a charm pack yet but now have one. Will have to get making something!

Linda B. said...

I love to make disappearing 9 patch quilts with charm packs!

girl from the country said...

One favorite way is to make a blanket with a border, rick rack around the edge, and batting and a back and tie it!! Cute for a baby!!

Unknown said...

It would be great to win a copy of this book. Country Threads is one of my favorite quilt design companies.
indyqltr@hotmail.com

kulazzv said...

I like to stash on my charm packs,it is never enough for me. But I'm using one charm pack for baby quilts,just perfect.
Thank you!

KMSC said...

I sewed a simple tablerunner using charm squares, nothing else, as a sample for a quilt store. This is an easy way to change the decor in your home or to make a quick gift.

KMSC said...

I sewed a simple tablerunner using charm squares, nothing else, as a sample for a quilt store. This is an easy way to change the decor in your home or to make a quick gift.

~ Julie ~ said...

I've only used a charm pack once and that was to make a lil' twister quilt! I loved it! This book looks awesome! :)

Nancy E said...

I have their other book and loved it. I need to get this one, too .... maybe I will win it?

Nancy E said...

I have their other book and loved it. I need to get this one, too .... maybe I will win it?

sonyua_59457@yahoo.com said...

I have just started using charm packs so have no favorites at this time. I was just drooling over this book last weekend so winning it would be fantastic!!!!!

sonya_59457@yahoo.com

Carolyn J. said...

Would love to see all the great ideas in this book. I recently won a charm pack, I'm planning to make a quilt.

Thanks for hosting this give-away!

Helen Bazinet said...

This looks like a great book for ideas and projects to work on, would love to get it.

Jane S. said...

I like to use them to make miniature quilts. If I cut each square in 1/4 then I have LOTS of little squares to put together.

Thank you for the chance to win this book. :)

Cyndie said...

I think charms work great for table toppers. But always have room for more ideas. Cyndie

Cyndie said...

I like charms for table toppers but am always open to new ideas!

Anne said...

Looks a book chock-full of lovely projects!

patricia.shotwell said...

Thank you and Mary E and Connie for a chance to win Back to Charm School

CC said...

So far my favorite way to use a charm pack is to hold it and oo and ah over it. I have a handful of really fun ones, but I have yet to make anything. I'd really love this book to get me started on something with my charm packs. I know I'd find lots of ideas.

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