Scrappy String Quilt Gallery
Kathleen from Washington, MI sent me
this picture of her string quilt.
It's her first, but I'm betting not
her last! :)
Maya from Isreal sent me this picture
of her string quilt.
This one is from Charlotte in Buhl,
Charlotte has been one busy gal!
Aren't these colors just great!
Thanks for sharing, Charlotte!
Stacy C. sent me this picture of her
string quilt. Check out her border.
My thanks to Peace by Piece Quilters
for these photos of their quilts.
They have been busy!
I love this quilt! Take a look
at what a wee bit of common fabric can do for the quilt!
My hat is off to these gals from Peace
In January, 2007, I made a resolution
to make one string block a day for the entire year.
On August 12, 2007, I completed that
The above picture shows the 30
Here are some numbers for you to
30 quilts + 5 blocks to grow on
57 spools of thread
Average of 5 pieces of fabric per
7,300 pieces of fabric for quilt
A total of 7,480 pieces of fabric
including the borders.
In July, 2008, these quilts found a home at Camp Hoodia,
a camp for Juvenile Diabetes here in Idaho.
Marian in North Dakota sent me this picture of their string quilt.
She tells me seven people worked on this quilt for their Bible Camp
This quilt raised almost $400.
Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us.
Kathy S. from Dearborn, MI sent in
this picture of her Patriotic String Quilt.
This quilt will find a new home with
Project Linus (one of my favorite charities!).
Thank you Kathy!
The Good Intentions Quilters from
Warren, Maine sent me this picture of their
String Quilt. I love the way the
pink strips set it off.
Marge from Ft. Wayne, IN sent me this
picture of her very first string quilt.
Simply beautiful done in blues.
Thanks for sharing! I love it!
Rosemarie sent me this picture of her
quilt. She told me she
uses Bounce sheets for her foundation
- adding a footnote of
"Great if you don't have allergies to
Mary from England sent me these two
pictures her quilts.
They are donation quilts for Project
Linus in the UK.
Project Linus is one of my favorite
charities. Thanks for sharing Mary!
April in Plainville, CT sent me these
pictures of her string quilts.
These are great examples of using a
specific color theme in your quilt.
Aren't they just beautiful!
Lee tells me she loves scrappy things
and things that don't match.
I think this quilt fits that
description to a "T".
Here's Sandra's String Quilt made with
red, white and blue!
What an awesome quilt!
Take a look at Dee's from
What a great looking quilt!
one from Nann in Winthrop Harbor, IL. She calls Independent
as she pieced it over the Independence Weekend last summer.
She tells me she has donated this quilt to the
Zion IL Chamber of Commerce for a fundraiser.
What a great quilt! Thanks for sharing!
V. from Crossville, TN sent in this picture of Chuck's Quilt.
She tells me he takes it with him
every time he goes to the hospital for his cancer treatments.
We wish him all the best. Thanks
for sharing Elayne!
from Murfreesboro, TN sent in this picture of her quilt.
What soft colors she used. I
love it! Thanks for sharing with us!
Josie from Iowa sent me this picture
of her beautiful quilt.
It's made with 12-1/2" blocks.
Awesome quilt! Thanks for
Christine's Scrappy String Quilt