When I was recently digging through a bag of scraps and yardage. I noticed I was seeing quite a few unused charm squares from the Java collection by Deb Strain. I knew I had a few pieces of the same line leftover from a recent string quilt so I decided to cut a few more charms and make another Charm Pack Cherry quilt.
If you recall, I made one back in June 2014 using the Twenty Three collection by Moda....
and one in November using LOL fabrics by Me and My Sister. I never quite seem to make the layouts the same but it really is a fun pattern that is quick to put together.
I had a rich chocolate brown cross weave languishing in my stash that I knew would look wonderful with this fabric. It feels so wonderful to get these older fabrics into finished quilts.
For the quilting, I decided to continue with the coffee theme. I had purchased the panto Coffee Time at the request from a client so it was great to get it out and use it again.
Even the back is fun with three fabrics and all that fun quilting. This quilt is already listed in my Etsy shop if anyone has a coffee lover who needs it!
In an effort to motivate me to finish some projects hanging around my sewing room, I made finishing this quilt my August goal for ALYoF with Sew BitterSweet Designs. Yay for finished quilts!
You can find the free Charm Pack Cherry pattern here. It just needs two charm packs of a print and two from a solid. Pssst: Check out the sale this weekend at Craftsy. I saw some great deals on precuts and solids.
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