Right now I am on a "use what I have kick".
I have a tendency to buy fabric just because I like it, even if I don't have a particular project in mind.
For example, at least a year ago, I bought a rouenneries charm pack, and immediately after,
it was buried & forgotten.
Last week I was digging around in one of my fabric drawers and it was rediscovered.
I still liked the fabric, but what do you do with just one charm pack?
Based on the color palette of this fabric line, and my complete lack of any Valentine's decorations
for our home, a little light bulb came on.
I cut all of the charm squares into quarters to make the heart and borders.
I didn't have any fabric for the binding. Since I am in the process of "de-stashing",
I used decorator weight ticking. I wasn't sure how it would wash up, but it worked perfectly.
And, since this is just a wall quilt, the stiffer fabric won't be a comfort issue.
It's a little cheesy, but for Valentine's Day, I think it works.
(Finished product measures 28.5 x 33)