The pattern consists of two basic blocks. One block is simply square A. The other block consists of the three pieces: square A, rectangle B, and rectangle C. The measurements of the pieces:
square A: 2.25 in squares (finished square will be 1.75 in)
rectangle B: 2.25 in X 4.5 in (finished size 1.75 in X 4 in)
rectangle C: 1 in X 8 in (finished size 0.5 in X 7.4 in)
Here is one of the finished composite blocks:
Here are some finished blocks laid out on my design wall. Notice the layout of the blocks, one upright and the next one rotated 90 degrees. The single block A will sit in the “hole.”
The fabric packs I am using are two from Benartex, one labeled the Modern Mix by Jennifer Young and the other not further labeled. Another fabric packets from Merryvale -- the Fine China Blue designed by Bonnie Benn Stratton. Other fabrics used will be just whatever I have in my stash.
The big difference between a charm quilt and a scrap/scrappy quilt is that each fabric is only used once. As I am using the white muslin repeatedly, mine is not a “true” charm quilt.