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It's a cinch to make string quilts. These easy quilts are assembled using a simple type of foundation piecing. You'll also hear the method referred to as string piecing and string quilting.
Her templates and no-waste techniques have been featured around the world in magazines and online television. Beginners love the ease Designers love the intrigue. Be-Weave It or Not!
Because when you start with strips, you can take a design in endless directions. Of course, you can keep things simple by stitching quilt strips into rows, which makes for a beautiful design in itself. But you can also stack, whack, slice, slash, stagger, shuffle, and then sew strips back together.
Magic Add-A-Strip Quilts. Give simple quilt blocks a touch of magic - the add-a-strip way! Start with simple squares, triangles, and diamonds, then slice and insert a 1" strip of contrasting fabric to create dozens of new designs!
Hi all! Over the next five weeks, I will be showing you how to make my Simple Strips Quilt, completely by machine—including the binding. Above is a closeup of the machine quilting we will accomplish in week 4.
This is an easy-peasy beginner quilt. I made only 16 blocks for a baby quilt. It would be super easy to just make more blocks and make it into a throw or bed-size quilt.
One hiccup quilters have sometimes is discovering that they have accumulated a whole lot of scrap strips fabric. Luckily there are strip quilt patterns you can follow to easily use up all that scrap quilting fabric. It all started with a print on Etsy. This design looks bold and beautiful in solids.