I saw a quilt made with this pattern at my local quilt store several years ago. I bought several (way too many!) fat quarters at that time of Charms designed by Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex.
I am using a pattern called French Roses by Heather French. (I still found one for sale here and made by someone else here.) It is a raw-edge applique method - so will look much better after washing!
I cut out shapes using templates provided in the pattern. This is my first time not using a rotary cutter to cut everything out, but it didn't take as much time as I thought. Just did it while watching TV for a few nights.
They take quite a while to sew together though. And, I've been having a hard time finding enough time to get sewing done with the little kids. :( Here's a close up on one:
I have 21 blocks down, and 21 more to go!! I have modified the size a bit....I'll be making it 6 x 7 blocks instead to make it more of a twin size quilt. I'm also using a variegated thread, which you can kind of see in photo above. It matches the colors of the fabric perfectly and I really like it so far. Also, because I have so many left over fat quarters of this fabric, I think I will sew together the fat quarters in a simple patchwork for the backing. Hoping to get it done soon!!!