Charming Four Patch: A Free Two Charm Pack Quilt Pattern

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I’m super excited to share the Charming Four Patch pattern with you! This pattern takes a classic four-patch quilt block and turns it into a sweet quilt made specifically for charm packs!

It comes together quickly and has two sizes: 36″ x 36″ and 52″ x 52″. The baby size uses 2 charm packs and the throw size uses 2 charm packs plus 1 1/2 yards of background fabric.

My Version of Charming Four Patch

For my version of this quilt, I used the fabric line Gingham Fields by My Mind’s Eye.

The assortment of greens is perfect for a gender-neutral baby quilt!

For the background, I opted to use an Off White Confetti Solid 5″ Stacker instead of cutting yardage.

The backing fabric is Gingham Fields Olive Gingham.

I like to choose a backing fabric that is from the same fabric line as the precut fabric that I use. I look for something that is either a large print or not too busy when used on a big scale. I think this gingham design is perfect!

The binding is Confetti Cottons Lodge Pole. I thought a darker binding would frame the quilt well with the white background and I love how it turned out!

Step-by-Step Video Tutorial

If you’re a visual learner like me, follow along with the free pattern using this step-by-step video tutorial!

What is a Charm Pack?

Charm Packs are 5″ precut squares of fabric that typically come in packs of 42. The fabrics coordinate because they come from the same fabric line, so I love that it takes the guesswork out of choosing fabric!

Charm Packs are an affordable way to get a sampling of an entire fabric line and there are tons of patterns designed specifically with charm packs in mind.

Looking to purchase a charm pack? Check out Fat Quarter Shop’s selection!

Charming Four Patch Free Pattern

While I know this pattern isn’t revolutionary, I do enjoy turning classic quilt blocks into something that is precut-friendly. I love making patterns where you can shop your fabric stash and whip up the quilt in an afternoon – all with very little fabric waste!

With 2 charm packs, you can make either the baby or throw size! Try using two of the same charm packs for a scrappy look, two coordinating charm packs for a fun and colorful vibe, or one neutral charm pack and one patterned charm pack like I did!

Here’s a preview of the four patch block assembly. Super easy, right?

Block Assembly

Charming Four Patch Pattern Features

I know you have a stack of charm packs collecting dust in your fabric stash. It’s time to grab those 5” squares and turn them into beautiful quilts!

Here’s a few more things I LOVE about the Charming Four Patch pattern!

It’s low waste! The quilt uses (almost) every charm square. Try piecing the extras into the backing to make this truly zero waste!

Shop your stash! All you need is two charm packs to get started.

Beginner friendly! Assembly will be a breeze with the easy-to-follow instructions and graphics in this pattern.

Quick assembly! With a little bit of chain piecing you’ll have your quilt top done in an afternoon!

Perfect for gifts! The neutral block pattern helps highlight the fabrics. Choose fabrics that your gift recipient will love and this will quickly become your go-to quilt pattern for baby showers, Christmas gifts, and birthdays!

Get the free pattern here!


I can’t wait to see the quilt you make with this pattern! Be sure to share your quilt pattern with the hashtags #CharmingFourPatchQuilt and #HaileyStitches so I can see your beautiful work!

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