Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Day 8 - Just One Charm Pack Quilts Book Hop

Welcome to the 8th day of the Just One Charm Pack Quilts book hop!  It is also my birthday today :)

As the blog hop is winding down, I hope that you have enjoyed seeing all of the quilts and learning more about the patterns. 

Today, I will be sharing the Coin Flip and the Charming Stripes quilts from the book.  In addition to these quilts, Izzy from Dizzy Quilts will be sharing her version of Nine-Patch Challenge and Julie from the Crafty Quilter.  I'll be sharing sneak peek image of their quilts so you can visit their blogs to see the full quilts and learn more about their quilts and processes. 


You can find copies of Just One Charm Pack Quilts on Amazon or get a signed copy in my shop.  As a bonus, if you purchase a signed copy from my shop, you can get one additional free stand-alone pattern (digital or printed) by using the code HOPPATTERN (through the end of the hop 7/29)


Coin Flip is a very beginner-friendly design. It is a cross between a coin quilt and piano key design. With only nine blocks, it sews up swiftly and is ready for quilting in no time.  This quilt showcases the Stellar collection by Rashida Coleman-Hale from Ruby Star Society for Moda Fabrics.  A quick stipple quilting design finished the quilt.

Pieced and quilted by me.  Photo by C&T Publications

Travis made the second version of Coin Flip for the book. I created the charm pack for this version based on the pink and black plaid print (by Densye Schmidt) in the quilt top. Travis used straight line outline quilting for this quilt. You can find Travis on Instagram @travlis.

Pieced and quilted by Travis.  Photo by C&T Publications


Charming Stripes is another beginner friendly pattern in the book that sews up super quick with virtually no seams to match.  For this quilt, I used one of my favorite charm packs that I have been saving in my stash for years, Reunion by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics.  I am so happy the prints are now in a quilt :)

The second version of Charm Stripes used various Carolyn Friedlander prints for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.  Carol added quilting that looked like topography to mimic some of the print designs.


Izzy of Dizzy Quilts made a version of Nine-Patch Challenge for the hop. She used an old charm pack from Fig Tree and Co (Honeysweet) along with Kona Titanium and Kona Lingerie. Izzy said that she feels that the quilt has almost a vintage look and I agree, it is beautiful! This is just a sneak peek so please head over to Izzy's blog and Instagram for the full reveal.



Julie from the Crafty Quilter made a version of Bowtie for the book hop. Julie used a charm pack of On The Go by Stacy Iest Hsu for Moda Fabrics, Moda Grunge (#30150) for the background and a gray Kona solid.

Julie's blog contains a wealth of quilting instruction with Julie being so generous with her knowledge and time.  Her tutorials are so well done.  Here is just a sneak peek of her quilt, hop over to her blog and Instagram to see the full quilt.

See you tomorrow :)


  1. Happy Birthday!! I am visiting from Izzy's Quilts. Your book looks terrific - starting to read your other posts about it. I really loved Izzy's take on the Nine Patch challenge. I have always been afraid to make a quilt on point! Not sure why though?! Maybe it's time to take the plunge 😳

  2. Happy Birthday, Cheryl! July birthdays are the best!
    It's a great way to celebrate with your book's blog hop showcasing so many wonderful projects...I'm enjoying them all!

  3. Happy Birthday 🎂. I have your book and the quilts are all lovely but my head is hurting with all of them swirling around shouting make me, no make me. 😂😂😂. Enjoy your day and thank you for the hop.

  4. Happy birthday, Cheryl! I hope you have a wonderful day. :)

  5. Happy Birthday! Have a great day. Well done book.

  6. Happy birthday from down under & I'm just catching up on some blog reading after they've been doing maintenance on the NBN in our area. Thanks for hosting this blog hop & I'm enjoying thoroughly & seeing all the other versions too. Take care & hugs.

  7. Happy birthday, Cheryl! These are great beginner patterns.

  8. Happy belated birthday! Sorry to see the hop come to a end, it's been fun to see all the different versions of the quilts in the book.

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