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That is really cute
I love crazy!!
They will be heavy quilts when done. I hope tieing them works ok....
lots of fabric in those things. I've been amazed when I've done strings how heavy they get, but those is a lot in each seam.
Plus the foundation! Those small blocks have a ton of seams! I didn’t want to waste blocks or make more - if I didn’t have to! I was so glad it came out evenly!
i am wondering if the tying will hold. I may have to beg for a day or two on someone’s long arm! But not right now...
They will be heavy quilts when done.
That is why i quit using foundations for my strings, I don't like how heavy they are. I just sew strings together them trim to the size i want. And I can make them wonky if I want!
And when I discovered, quite by accident, that you can use gift tissue paper (white!) as the foundation .. and it will hold up through sewing and quilting but **dissolve** when the quilt is laundered, leaving only fabric .. that's when I quit using fabric as foundations.
I *do* like how heavy they are with the foundations, because you can just omit the batting if you want to, and just back it with flannel or other fabric, making a "summer weight" quilt, like we need here in TX, OK, AZ, etc.
JulietDeltaOscar (fixin2quilt) said:
I *do* like how heavy they are with the foundations, because you can just omit the batting if you want to, and just back it with flannel or other fabric
That is true!
Pirate (PIRATE_SR) said:
And when I discovered, quite by accident, that you can use gift tissue paper (white!) as the foundation
I remember you said that, however, I am usually too lazy to cut tissue foundations, when I can just sew and trim!!