Well, it has been quite a week, with the ending of this year's Hands2Help Challenge - and that means I've been too busy to work on my Wedge Play quilt (boo...)! And this is the last Wednesday of the month, too. So I'm probably not going to get it finished before June 1, but I'll definitely finish it before July 1!
This one's pretty simple, but offsetting the charm squares creates some nice movement.
This has long been a favorite of mine - simple but modern. And don't you just love that quilting?
I think using the print for sashing was brilliant - it really gives it a vintage flair!
Everyone knows you can use charm squares to make HST blocks - but have you ever put them on point? They take on a whole new look when assembled this way!
Here's another option for laying them out on point - it really showcases the prints in these charms!
If you've got a bunch of charms in one or two colors, pairing them up with a nice neutral makes for a striking quilt!
And this would look so great totally scrappy! It's so simple - split your charm square diagonally, sew a strip between the two triangles and trim to square...
And this quilt just fascinates me! I love the movement, the "different" of it - and I MUST make one of these!
So now, do you feel inspired to put some of those charm squares to work? I know I'm itching to make something but I have to finish some other things first. Oh well - it's something to look forward to!