McCall's Quilting

MAKING FABRIC with string piecing

One way to make fabric is string piecing. It’s a great technique for using up scraps.

I start by choosing the color scheme. I store my fabric in 60-quart plastic tubs. I have one tub for each color. I often choose the color scheme of my quilt based on which of the tubs is the fullest.

I try notopposite is an example of that color palette.

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