Following these instructions, this quilt comes out at about 38" x 44" and uses 42 charm squares, but you could make it larger or smaller by using more or fewer charms depending on your requirements.
By following this instructable to make a quilt students will learn more about colour selection (choosing the sashing, cornerstone & binding fabrics), the importance of sewing a consistent seam allowance, how pressing seams in opposing directions aids accurate patch alignment and how to make & apply a double fold binding.
Ideal for when you need a quick something for a baby shower.
Step 1: Requirements
1 Charm pack with at least 42 fabrics in it
1 yard of contrasting fabric for the sashing
1/4 yard of a different contrasting fabric for the cornerstones
1/2 yard of fabric for the binding
1 1/2 yards polyester fleece (polar fleece)
1 1/2 yards of fabric for the backing
(Make sure your backing is at least 42" wide or you will need to buy more and piece the backing)
a piece of batting (wadding) 42" x 48"
Iron & ironing board
Thread - ordinary sewing thread and quilting thread (but you can use the same for both)
Safety pins or basting spray
A washable or air erasable marking pen