Hooray! I use a pen to mark the lines so they’re easy to see – they’ll be covered by the first string. Help support this blog by doing your shopping using the link below. Continue adding strings on both sides, pressing between each round until the foundation is covered. The responsibility and the hope and the promise are in your hands - your hands and. Design Wall Monday - November 23, 2020 from Small Quilts and Doll Quilts Here is a start to a small quilt I am in the middle of:I think the blocks will finish at 6” by 6” when I trim them up. Narrow sashing between the blocks finished it off. This is a great scrappy quilt. Now I love making curvy motifs! The formatting of the class was easy and she was always there with a healthy dose of, "You can do this Rockstar!" under, added by Sarah Craig 1 month, 3 weeks ago. Blog. I wanted to create a pattern using a simple and traditional block and flip it into something different and unexpected. It seems folks are determined the conditions won't stop them from enjoying it; in fact, are going all out to make this a Christmas to remember for all the right reasons. An All About Strings Blog Hop is happening this week, Strippy Scrappy Large Thread Cone Block Tutorial, a post over on Confessions of a Fabric Addict, thrifty quilts. Your email address will not be published. Find Popular Quilting websites and quilting magazines to get free quilt patterns, quilt designs, patchwork quilt patterns, quilt kits, fat quarter quilt patterns, jelly roll quilt patterns, easy quilt patterns, applique patterns, log cabin quilt patterns. After seeing yours I’ve put it on my list of quilts to make, as your finished quilt is so wonderful! I loved having access to the lessons anytime, and I have learned to love doodling :). ! Cut that long strip into a bunch of squares and arranged them on the wall... Wasn't so sure about that look (or size) so I bet you can guess what I did with them next.... And here's what's on my design wall now! You can hire clever. This one is lovely and and will make a wonderful gift or donation. And it was old/vintage fabric. Happy Thanksgiving 2020, friends! Solid, colored foundation squares. Britt. Making the fabric takes so long that I doubt I’ll do another. And it's all gone now, too. I absolutely adore String quilts and think your latest finish is spectacular, Jo!! I really have to agree with you about it’s harder to see the design close up. Finally I can get back to it. Outer piano key border would have strips of various widths and be trimmed to 5.5 inches, For each block, I cut 4 solid squares 8.5 inches. Forty-two would be a 72 ... added by Jocelyn is Canadian Needle Nana 0 minutes ago. Quilt Blogs Best 100 List. under. Can’t wait to get started on one in patriotic fabrics. Piecefully, Joanne Can you see where the original stitching ends and mine starts? About. Thanks! With that in mind, even though it's a tad early, I thought I'd share a few of my thoughts about how to start our. It has been an idea floating around in my head since the beginning of spring this year. They fit perfectly with no time wasted moving and re-stabilizing the quilt package. It is so pretty with so many fun strips to look at. I lost one of my best friends. For the shrinking “to be quilted” pile. We must accept finite disappointment but never lose infinite hope. This quilt will be gifted….or donated. It is the only coin you have and only you can determine how it will be spent. What you think is not important. I did finish the embroidery on 4 more Harry Potter: Project of Doom blocks. added by Annemieke Nierop 0 minutes ago. Read more at Quilts Etc.. Your quilt is very pretty. String Tulips 2 Quilt Positively Finished. Well, it has been a heck of a week - I not only got last Monday's list all finished, but I had time to play with scraps! None of the fabric behind them was cut away. At least the roses didn't fade. I haven't always been able to make my daily row but somedays I made two so I'm right on schedule. Who am I kidding, I never keep my quilts :0 JUst love it. under. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. ... Love those star string quilts. Thanks for another terrific tutorial! I am not half done yet. I am really excited about sharing this quilt with you too. under. I have made several quilts and quankets this year using mainly scraps, making me think scraps must be genetically related to rabbits, because they multiply so quickly! This quilt just needed some pink and purple 6.5" string blocks. under. I had the green fleece for the backing in my stash, so I pulled in some green scraps leftover from my recent Tiger Tracks project to add a bit of fun color for the top. Lovely quilt. I've been doing deep cleaning in my house, so I don't have much to show for the past week or so. Here is my finished quilt. A group blog where we play with strings and share our string quilts. Thank you so very much. I was very interested in your reading list. I really like this quilt and love the idea of using what you already have! You are so talented with the EQ7 program. Maybe that will help me get them done faster! Nov 17 How to Use a TOWA Bobbin Case Tension Gauge HollyAnne Knight. under. That is a fabulous quilt!! Hi everyone! I don't know... free-hand/crazy/log cabin pieced. I told myself that once I use up all the fabric I bought for backing I’m going to start buying the wide backing for large quilts. I’ve been sewing the tops for two queen-sized Garden Gate Charm quilts.