Mini Falling Charm Pack Table RunnerThis post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share a commission.
I think I am hooked on making the Falling Charms blocks! After sharing the updated Falling Charms quilt the other day, I decided to pull out one of my mini charm square packs and see what I could make with one little pack. I’ll show you how to make a table runner from it!
How many little mini charm packs do you have in your stash? There are so many beautiful fabric collections that have the minis and it is a great way to have a peek at all of the fabrics in a collection.
This is a fun collection of blues, browns and blacks that will work perfectly in our living room. Many times there will be light colors in a collection that won’t work for a particular project I am making. I had seven squares that I didn’t use that can be added to my scrap stash.
The quilt blocks are made exactly the same as the larger Falling Charms blocks, these are such cute little minis!
The mini charm squares are 2 ½” x 2 ½” and here are the sizes of pieces for the 3 ½” unfinished blocks:
- Print – 2 ½” x 2 ½” square
- Cream – 1 ½” x 2 ½”
- Cream – 1 ½” x 3 ½”
It really helps to layout the blocks so you can get the correct placement of the blocks before you sew the rows together.This is what I had after using all of the mini charm pack other than the 7 neutral blocks. I have 5 blocks in each row and a total of 7 rows.
Looks like this will become another tablerunner, they are one of my favorite things to make. This isn’t a bad size of tablerunner but I happen to have one more of the little mini charm packs and I think I’ll use it to make this a little bigger.
Here is a challenge for you: get out those mini charm square packs and make a tablerunner with them!
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I really like the colours.
Would like to make one of these.
I do fine mini charms adorable and enjoy a fine topper runner on my dining table or topper top for coffee table…
Peace and Love in Quilting…
This is cute Connie. I don’t have any mini charms, but I have a strip set that could be very quickly “upgraded” into one. 🙂
I’ve made two Falling Charms quilts as gifts. I also have s pack of mini-charms that needs to get off the shelf. I didn’t know what to make but now I do. Thanks, Connie!
Connie, what a great pattern for all of the scraps I found in the tote of Christmas fabric. Just love your Tuesday emails.
Hi Connie — great idea using the mini charm. I love your Elementary fabrics — I still have a charm pack with yardage and may have to use the falling charms pattern!
Pretty blocks, pretty pattern, I love it!
Thank you so much for sharing this twist on your Falling Charm Pack quilt. Both are printed out and on my To Do List as I have a few (ahem!) charm and mini charm packs. Thank you for your generosity in sharing such a cute little pattern!
I like this. I might have to make it IF I can find a mini charm pack in my stash.
Love the idea.. love the fabric.. you are so clever using the mini charms for this pattern. Thanks for sharing it-!
I really love this pattern…. the fabric collection you chose is awesome too!
I LOVE the fabrics in this one! That looks awesome.
This is a fun little pattern. I do have a little charm pack I was thinking of a pillow, but now I am rather interested in this! Squirrel!
You know, I do not have even one mini charm pack!! But this little guy does seem to call for one – or chop up a regular charm pack!! LOL Very cute