String quilt, that is!
So I have a new project. I was really bummed about needing to make friends with my seam ripper to fix this one. I decided that even though I'm usually a "go with it" person, I really had a vision in mind for this quilt, and I didn't want to let go of that, even though I think the "go with it" version would be very nice. So I have a pile to rip out.
I realized that I often sew because I'm stressed. And that *can* make me more likely to make a mistake that involves a seam ripper.... but I have found a solution for this: string quilts!
They involve no matching seams, or colors, or trying to make a 1/4" seam, or measuring whatsoever.
Here's what I have put together so far. So fun!
I have thoroughly enjoyed this project.
I got the idea from Stephanie over at Loft Creations. She's having a challenge. And she included a nifty tutorial on how to create these cool blocks.
It's a fantastic way to plow through those scrap boxes.