Put a Dent in Your Fabric Stash with Free String Quilt Patterns

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Detail of Spiderweb Quilt by Elizabeth Dackson.

In Quilting Daily’s brand new String Quilt Patterns, you’ll learn how to make a string quilt and how to foundation piece as you work through three contemporary string quilt patterns.

Use up your wider strips of fabric as you create the fun and funky Hexagon Baby Quilt by Malka Dubrawsky. The large hexagon blocks that make up this shaped baby quilt are broken up into three sections so they are easy to piece without a foundation fabric.

What about selvedge edges? Those bits of fabric with information about the print run and manufacturer are so interesting to look at, but are usually discarded with the first cut of a project. The Selvage Edge Pincushion designed by Cindy Wiens is a great way to use those bits that normally end up in the trash. This is a manageable small quilting project is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to foundation piece or to improve their technique.

Take your string piecing a step further with Elizabeth Dackson’s Spiderweb Quilt. Learn to foundation piece triangles as you work your way through this one-of-a-kind quilt. Make a colorful scrappy quilt by using fabric from your stash or cut strings from your favorite fabric line for a coordinated, curated look.

Put a dent in your fabric stash and learn to string piece when you download your copy of String Quilt Patterns today.

Happy Quilting,

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