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Latasha posted on Sat, Aug 24 2013 6:41 PM

Hello Fellow Quilters!

 I have five halloween theme charm packs and one halloween theme layer cake. What pattern can I use to make a quilt out of these pre-cuts? Thanks in advance!

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ls2116 replied on Sat, Aug 24 2013 7:31 PM

I've been wondering the same thing.  I know I've seen a pattern book at joann's but forgot the name of the book.

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Sandy replied on Sat, Aug 24 2013 7:56 PM

ladixenia:

Hello Fellow Quilters!

 I have five halloween theme charm packs and one halloween theme layer cake. What pattern can I use to make a quilt out of these pre-cuts? Thanks in advance!

Have you checked out Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Company ?  She has lots of YouTube videos showing how to use those pre-cuts, and if you go to her store web site she has patterns too... but the youtube videos are free, before you know it you will have watched several :)  

This one uses layer cakes and charm packs 

hth

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Answered (Not Verified) Roxana replied on Sat, Aug 24 2013 7:59 PM
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ladixenia:

Hello Fellow Quilters!

 I have five halloween theme charm packs and one halloween theme layer cake. What pattern can I use to make a quilt out of these pre-cuts? Thanks in advance!

There are several, several books on what to do with charm packs. Also. google "charm pack patterns" and "layer cake patterns" and I think you will find quite a few patterns that are free. Quick table runners come to mind immediately. Martingale has several ebooks using charms at a reasonable price as well.

 

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I made a bag from the tutorial from Missouri Quilt Co. I made it in an afternoon. I'll post a picture when I figure out what I'm doing wrong.

 

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Sandy replied on Sun, Aug 25 2013 12:01 PM

ladixenia:
e charm packs and one halloween theme layer cake. What pattern can I use to make a quilt out of these pre-cuts?

 

I also like the Moda Bake shop web site

you can go right to the section marked 'bakery' and you can choose which precuts you have to make something with :)  

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Sandy:

I also like the Moda Bake shop web siteyou can go right to the section marked 'bakery' and you can choose which precuts you have to make something with :)  

 

Thanks for the link Sandy. I've been on the site before but had forgotten about it. Under their scrap bag patterns there is a cute pillow made from selvages.

 


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I have seen similar from Etsy, they offer the package but pattern are just ordinary, I am thinking to try some new unique patterns.

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