Sunday, October 3, 2010

moda wee woodland charm squares

I have been playing with some Moda Wee Woodland charm squares today and I thought I would show you through pictures my process of just making it up as I go along( just winging it : )
30 five inch squares

Cut 2..5inches off one side

Sew the cut piece to the other side

Now cut again in 6 equal pieces as shown

Mix them up and sew together into 3 units as shown

I added 2.5 inch strips of Kona cotton between the units

I framed it all around with 2.5 inch strips of Kona cotton

I added a 1.5 inch border of a golden brown solid and a 5 inch border of the Kona cotton

I hope my pictures make sense to you : )  and don't forget to enter my giveaway here!

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Winona said...

Makes perfect sense and is very cute. Have a great day. Winona

Irina said...

It looks great! I love Moda Wee Woodlands, I used one of the patterns for the bak of a quilt.

Sew Many Mamas said...

Very cute! Love Wee Woodlands!

Elizabeth D. said...

Love it! Super easy, and I've got several charm packs sitting around waiting for a project...I think I've found it! Thanks for sharing! I stopped by from Fabric Tuesday, have a great day!

Jennifer said...

Adorable! What a great way to use charm squares!

Jennifer :)

Brittany said...

Looks like a fun, quick project for those days where getting one done start to finish sounds more fun than finishing ones I've been working on for a while! :) I'll definitely be trying this one!

Quiltstory said...

CUTE! I really love what can be done with just squares to start!! Love it all, the layout is great! Thanks so much for linking up, see you next week!

Lee Ann said...

Thanks for linking up on Fabric Tuesday @ Quiltstory. I'm loving this. It looks fun and easy! :-)

Canadian Kristin said...

Thanks for the photos, that always makes more sense to me than written instructions! I have been eyeing this Woodland pack for a few weeks now... it's just so... adorble!

Quiltdoodles said...

Super CUTE! I also love your t-shirt quilts. :)