I have wanted to make a string quilt for some time. I have been taught how to paper piece (which is different than saying I know how to paper piece). Paper-pieced string quilts is much easier (and more fun), than say, circular flying geese–you don’t have to think about it. I had a fun time making these blocks, and chatting about fabric and hard to find fabric and too much fabric (more on that later). When I got home, I had my son (he who loves to tear the paper off of every crayon in the house) tear the paper off of the back. Turns out little fingers are perfect for tearing off the paper once the block is finished. This quilt in process is made almost entirely out of scraps. Very cheery and very bright scraps. Would you expect anything different?
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