Welcome to this year's tutorial series, String Therapy! I figure after the year we've had, a little therapy is in order - and what better way than with fabric? If you're anything like me, you've got tons of string-y scraps - narrow pieces cut off from the edge of quilts, little bits left over after cutting pieces for quilt blocks - and if you're anything like me, you just can't bear to throw away fabric! (Come on, I know I'm not alone in this!) So let's take all those pieces, see if we can come up with some fun quilts, and diminish the piles a little bit. Not a chance we can make them go away completely probably, but at least make a dent!
Another local church used to make string blocks in group meetings once a week because they could always be trimmed to the same size. Even people with little sewing experience could participate and help create beautiful quilts!
So I hope you'll join me in a little group String Therapy and learn some simple patterns that can be used for comfort quilts as we prepare for Hands2Help 2021!