Sting quilts are a quick way to make a dent in your scrap stash. Whether you reach for equal width strips or a variety, each block is unique.
String quilts come together quickly once you have have sorted through your fabric strips. Sewing a series of repetitive straight lines becomes almost meditative.
The beauty in these blocks is the variety of ways you can arrange them to create a one of a kind quilt. The mix of prints and patterns is a treat for the eye.
What you will need:
- Assorted string-y scraps of your favorite fabric no wider than 1 1/2” and between 3” and 13 1/2” in length.
- Quilt batting
- Fabric for backing
- fabric for binding
- 4 pieces of paper 8 1/2” x 8 1/2”
- Sewing machine
- Rotary cutter and ruler
The technique in this string quilt tutorial uses paper that is torn away for an easy layout. If you prefer a fabric foundation for your string quilt, check out this video tutorial.
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