Looking back on my quilt blogging I realized it has been seven years since I first started posting with Angela for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. These have been wonderful times of making quilting friends all around the world.
I noticed that my quilt photo record, although not complete, contains a significant number of charm quilts. This is the result of lots of online fabric shopping, especially of pre-cuts in the beginning. In fact, almost all of my projects have involved the use of standard pre-cut measurements, partly because I don’t do any hand stitching such as hexies.
Here are several of my charm quilts in no particular order.
A staggered example and one using a bright charm pack and solids.
A set of boxed blocks with great 3-D effects and a row quilt of HST four patches.
A Project Linus quilt and a disappearing nine patch made for a dear friend.
Another row quilt with cars and trucks and a set of framed charms.
A winter quilt and a sports one, both for Project Linus.
Finally another row quilt, which I really enjoy because they don’t involve matching seams, plus a sample of my favorite little houses made from charms, plus strips with flip triangles for the roofs.
These bring back many good quilt memories and sharing them with all of you dear friends. I hope each of you has a healthy and happy New Year and I’ll be joining the Rainbow Scrap Challenge again.
I’m linking up with Angela at http://superscrappy.blogspot.com/and Cynthia at http://quiltingismorefunthanhousework.blogspot.com/