Friday, November 13, 2020

Still Stringin'....


       I was testing a 12" 8 pointed star and decided to try some solids. Wow! I love it! I'm hoping to get the other 4 points done this weekend. 


Here's a link to a new video- HERE I think it comes in better when you aren't watching it through the blog. 


My class is tomorrow morning and I'd love for you to join us! Sign up HERE.  
It is from 8-12 Pacific Time. 

Have an amazing weekend!! 


14 comments:

  1. wow...love love it! i love working with solids...they do make a statement...the amish knew it long ago...

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  2. Great, inspiring video, Lori. I just finished a string quilt that is currently on my bed. Now I want to use up some of my scraps and make another one. Thanks!

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  3. I loved your video! String piecing is the most versatile piecing of any; I love it!

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  4. I did the same string star in solids - 4 for the center of a medallion - in a Gwen retreat. They haven't progressed any further.

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    1. I’d Love to see it and I’d love to know what you used as the background fabric. I haven’t decided on that yet.

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  5. I enjoyed watching your video. I also love all of your String Quilts. That solid String will be a stunner!

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  6. What is it about solids? So striking in these string blocks!

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  7. Can I ask where you got the pattern, or if it is yours? I'm doing a presentation at our guild on string quilting and I'd love to do one up and reference your site.

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Joolz, You can take any pattern and turn it into a string quilt! The diamonds I did are a lemoyne star.

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  8. Great video! Love all of your string quilts but especially the last one. I need to make one of those soon.

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  9. So enjoyed your video! Love your new strip star in solid colors! Looks great!

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  10. So much fun to see the string-a-long quilts. Great video!

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