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It looks really good! Glad practice is helping you go faster. I hope practice will help you relax and enjoy the process.
Cris in MT
Yours, Mine and Ours.....not the movie, strips and strings
Cathy and Dee both shared strips and strings with me, I was in the need of some mindless sewing to reduce stress level so pulled all the blue and light background from what they sent and my box and created 37-12.5 blocks. 37 cause I miss counted. Now which way do I assembly them?
Also saw a tumbling block quilt made from strings, so made a practice block. Did not make it right as strings should be running in the directions of black lines I drew on lights. The small pile of blues scraps was all the blue strings that were left, had to pull a quarter yard of white from my yardage to have enough lights to finish strings blocks. Thank you for sharing, Cathy and Dee.
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Wow love your string projects!
Those are beautiful blocks!!
You did a beautiful j on your string blocks and, although I like both, I do favor the bottom one. No reason--just like it better. I'm impressed you had such a small pile of leftover strings. Mine tend to multiply.
Thanks you, I have found that when I make the large 12.5inch blocks the strings don’t seem to multiply, probably cause at times I have to sew pieces together to have a strip long enough.
Today I’m doing binding, binding, and more binding. Pita has been a good student with the quilt computer and is cranking through my stack of tops whilst he practices. People have asked me how I like my new machine and the answer has to be, “I don’t know. I haven’t gotten to use it yet. “
Gorgeous work!! I think I like the diamonds better layout wise.
I really like that, but of course I would -- it's blue!
I'm always been fond of the barn raising setting for log cabin blocks. Your "circle" setting reminded me that I have a 3" log cabin project (in shades of blue) in the works that I haven't pulled out in a while. A friend challenged me to make it big enough to fit the top of a queen sized bed. I'm a ways from that ...
Anyway, I really like YOUR blue log cabins!
Cris in MT