Charm-quilt ideas from the best in the biz: Moda All-Stars are back! (+ fabric giveaway!)

You’re loving the Moda All-Stars series of books so much, we went and did it again: we published book #4, and it’s available NOW!

Moda All-Stars Lucky Charm Quilts

In Moda All-Stars: Lucky Charm Quilts, you’ll find dazzling quilts from some of Moda’s most popular designers, all made with 5″ charm squares. Chapters are organized by how many charm packs to use:

ONE charm pack.

Forever Friends quilts
Just one charm pack is all it takes to make this pair of Forever Friends mini quilts by Lisa Bongean—one for you and one for a friend.

See 4 more quilts that use ONE charm pack >

TWO charm packs.

Spring Mosaic quilt
This Spring Mosaic quilt by Sandy Gervais reminds us of lemon, lime, and orange sherbet! You’ll use leftover charm squares to piece a pretty border.

See 5 more quilts that use TWO charm packs >

Or THREE charm packs!

Tire Tracks quilt
Tire Tracks by Carrie Nelson and Tammy Vonderschmitt will put your (sewing-machine) pedal to the metal with quick piecing; faded red cross-weave cotton gives a soft texture to a solid color.

See 5 more quilts that use THREE charm packs >

We didn’t want to stifle creativity, so we asked the Moda All-Stars to follow just ONE rule: all designers had to use at least 80% of each charm pack in their project. They stuck to the rule beautifully!

From Moda All-Stars: Lucky Charm Quilts

Just like in all the Moda All-Stars books, there’s a special Q&A with each designer. In Lucky Charm Quilts, one question we asked was: “What charms you most about charm packs?”

Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life said: “They’re a terrific way to sample every piece of a collection, and they’re perfect for scrap quilts!”

Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Co. said: “Convenience! I know if I want to make a baby quilt, I need one charm pack, two packs will make a crib quilt, three make a lap, and four will make a twin-size.”

Sandy Klop of American Jane said: “I don’t have to cut them. Such a time-saver!”

You’re sure to discover a love of charm packs just like the Moda All-Stars—or grow your love of them—with Lucky Charm Quilts at your side! Other all-star designers include:

Designer lineup for Lucky Charm Quilts

What a star-studded lineup! See all the quilts (and which Moda All-Star made which quilt!) in this quick little video we made:


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Alex's Lemonade Stand FoundationDID YOU KNOW? As with all our Moda All-Stars books, your purchase will make you a lucky charm for others. All royalties for Lucky Charm Quilts will be donated to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, an organization dedicated to raising funds for research into new treatments and cures for all children battling cancer.

You know that when it comes to our pals at Moda, generosity is just their style. And in true form, Moda’s fabric fairies sent us a few charm packs to give to a few *lucky* winners!

Moda charm pack giveaway!

For your chance to win 3 of these fun charm packs plus a copy of Lucky Charm Quilts, tell us:

If you had to choose a “lucky charm” from a charm pack, what color would it be?

Share your answer in the comments to be automatically entered into the drawing. We’ll choose FIVE random winners one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck—and remember, when you purchase Lucky Charm Quilts at ShopMartingale.com, you get to download the eBook for free. Instant gratification—how charming!

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winners are:

Dianna, who says: “Purple for me. Not just any ole purple. A very lush and vibrant purple.”

Kristine, who says: “I love shades of gray!”

Irene, who says: “Burgundy, used with other dark fabrics and with greys and blacks, makes my heart sing.”

Sue, who says: “I would love neutrals.”

Allison, who says: “Turquoise! Love bright bold colors and usually gravitate towards cooler colors.”

We’ll email you about your prizes, winners—congratulations!

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