Boxed Charms Quilt

Posted on September 24th, by Amy in finished quilt. 22 comments

Hi there!  Look what I pulled out of the dryer this morning – just in time to share over on Amy’s blog!   What I’m calling Boxed Charms Quilt in Amy Butler prints and Shot cottons.  In an attempt to put some favorite prints in a quilt (novel idea – huh?) and an easy sewing project, I put this together.

Boxed Charms Quilt

It measures 40″x54″,  perfect for a baby or toddler, and I lightly quilted it so that it’s super snuggly!

Boxed Charms Quilt/Back

The beauty of it being 40″ wide is the single piece of fabric needed to back it…I haven’t made a quilt this size in a while!  I am linking up to Amy’s special Amy Butler Sew & Tell, and have listed it in my etsy shop.

You should check out all the Amy Butler lovelies over there!  Thanks Amy for organizing everything!!

Hope you all have a great weekend~


22 thoughts on “Boxed Charms Quilt

  1. 1
    mickey says:

    this is really really nice ! and your finished it for YOUR challenge also !

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    Teresa says:

    What a beautiful quilt! Wonderful job! :)

  3. 3

    LOVE that box in the bottom corner – it takes the design up a notch!

  4. 4
    Leslie says:

    i love this…the colors all look so great together and i really love the stand out purple block

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    Sara says:

    So cute! I love the Amy prints, and I think the green backing works really well with the other fabrics. Great job!

  6. 6

    I love the simple patchwork design and quilting. The purple and green combo is lovely, my favorite combo!

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    Elizabeth G says:

    This is beautiful. I love it!

  8. 8

    I really like the solids in there with it. Looks great.

  9. 9
    Allie says:

    What a sweet quilt!!!!

  10. 10

    Love the colors in this quilt! I’m not sure I ever would’ve thought of putting together pink, purple, green, and orange, but they look great together. Lucky baby, who gets this quilt. :)

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    Beth says:

    Looks great all washed up! Smiles from Greenwood :)

  13. 13
    aunt spicy says:

    This really is a fun bright, cheery quilt!

  14. 14
    Mickey / Harleywife57 says:

    This is really nice ! I really like the back also ; NICE JOB !

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    Mickey / Harleywife57 says:

    oops ; Made 2 comments here ; It’s early AND I REALLY LIKE IT !

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    Mary Jordan says:

    I wanted to look at your web site for the blog hop. I am new to blogging so if I want to join your weekly challenge what do I have to do?

    Mary Jordan

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    Robin says:

    What a cute quilt! So modern and happy looking. Great job, Amy!

  18. 18

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  19. 19

    […] had so much fun working with charms here, I thought I would challenge myself to do it again, in a creative way.  Now to get to the sewing […]

  20. 20

    […] line, Full Bloom with some shot cottons, I haven’t been able to cut them yet, maybe another charm quilt.  On the right my Amy Butler, Love, I’m thinking a table runner for MY table, and maybe kits […]

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    KSherlock says:

    I am looking to start out in patchwork and I absolutely love what you have done here. I wish to acheive something of this standard in the near future. Well done, its st

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