Moda All-Stars - Mini-Charm Quilts - 18 Clever Projects for 2-1/2" Squares - NO LONGER AVAILABLE / OUT OF PRINT

by Lissa Alexander

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Get ready to be charmed in many "mini" ways! Start with one, two, or three packs of 2 1/2" mini-charm squares; then choose a project from 18 celebrated Moda designers, including Lisa Bongean, Jen Kingwell, Jo Morton, Laurie Simpson, and Me and My Sister Designs. And let the mini-making begin! Projects include a pincushion, a runner, doll-quilt-and-pillow sets, and a multitude of small quilts. Mini charms pack a mighty punch--and these fun patterns work like a charm!

by Lissa Alexander
8.375" x 8.375"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
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Publication Date:
February 1st, 2018
Love it! Great group of patterns and designers! Just finished Bayside by Betsy Chutchian in Indigos and Creams. Quick, easy and FUN!!! Also enjoyed getting to know more about each designer with the “works like a charm” column. Great book!!
A must-have for your quilting library! 18 projects to use my stack of charm packs (and mini-charm packs). And I especially love Lynne Hagmeier's (Kansas Troubles Quilters) pattern that will save me a lot of time with her layered-patchwork method...less seams.
The Moda designers have made it easy for me to create wonderful little gifts for my family.
Also, be sure to read the Introduction about the wonderful cause the royalties from the book will be donated to...doing good for our furry friends!
I love the designs in this book, especially the sweet little mini with the appliquéd flowers.
Just looking at the images and I am in love. Can't wait to get this book! Happy birthday to me!
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Lissa Alexander

Online she's ModaLissa, but by day, Lissa Alexander heads up the Moda marketing team. By night, she's quilting, blogging, designing, and more at Her wish? "I hope you get time to sit and sew. It's good for the soul."

Lissa's quilting story is a simple one. It started with a wedding quilt, which led to working in a quilt shop. She has had an amazing journey that she could never have imagined. Through it all, she has learned to take the pieces and stitch them together to make something new. Her life is a patchwork of family, friends, and people who have made an impact.

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