I made dozens of string blocks last fall and winter
for a group string project in my group.
The requirements were piecing bright strings with no blacks
onto an 8.5 inch foundation,
with a 1.5 inch white strip at the centre.
Together we made lots of blocks
enough for a 96 inch square quilt.
The woman who collected blocks put the together in groups of 16
and made a nine-patch with a dark green border and binding.
She quilted a loopy meander all over the quilt
and you can see the quilting better on the back,
which has a sunflower theme.
This was a great quilt to use up lots of narrow strings.
Most of my bits were 1 to 1.5 inches wide.