Sunday, December 24, 2017

Oh Scrap! : String Cleaning

On the night before Christmas....
I hope to be doing a little more string cleaning!



When I do find time around the holiday bustle to sew, I have been working on piecing the rows on this triangle quilt.  Four rows are completed with six more to go.



And because I can't seem to work on just one project at a time, I am also sewing the leftover fabrics into a stack of these blocks.  A little bit of "String Cleaning" you could say!

I hope all of you are celebrating the holidays with lots of family and friends and making cherished memories.  May there be Peace and Love for all!



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    12 comments:

    1. Those are pretty colors! I like the brown, orange, blue combination! Have a great Christmas, Cyndy!

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    2. You will never let any grass grow under you!! Always a busy lady! Merry Christmas and I hope you find some time to relax and fuel yourself with lots of delicious food!

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    3. Love both Of these projects. Merry Christmas!!!!

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    4. You do the most amazing things with scraps. Have a happy Christmas.

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    5. Have a merry and bright and scrappy Christmas.

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    6. Love the triangles and the strings. I love to see your string quilts.

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    7. Do you have a set size you make your string blocks? You do so many so I would guess that you standardize so they will work together.
      I hope to get back to sewing tomorrow.
      Merry Christmas
      Pat.

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    8. Merry Christmas and thanks for your blog throughout the year. Your triangles are an inspiration, lovely warm colours. With your strings, do you use any kind of foundation?

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    9. I started string blocks with the soscrappy challenge but haven't worked on them for 4 or 5 months now. This has been making me sad. I have 2 more colors that I want to do then start putting them together quilt-as-you-go.
      Sure hoping to get started on that again very soon.

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    10. Hope you had a very happy holiday and got in some relaxing stitching time too.

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    11. Both beautiful projects - I particularly like the triangles. A belated Merry Christmas to you and yours and wishes for a wonderfully scrappy New Year!

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