I’m so glad you are thinking of these, Jen! They are unique, each and every one. I used fabric for a foundation on mine, and I enjoy the extra weight and durability it provides. So there’s no tearing going on here. The only thing I can think of trying to make yours more tear able is water. A good hot soak might help, then tear the paper while still wet. These are fun, aren’t they?!
I'm with Barbara! I LOVE your blocks! The only thing I can think of to make the paper easier to tear off is to shorten the stitch so the "holes" are closer together so that they "perforate" the paper better. It won't help with the ones that you have already made - but it might help with future ones - ;))
Wonder what you'll make with them.Amaliaxo
Rather than soaking - you may take a paintbrush (or something similar) and wet just the seamlines to help the paper tear more easily. (snicker) It is a shame you didn't have any green fabrics to use in those blocks.
Great ideas here, Jen!
Making string quilt blocks is addictive...isn't it? Love them. You are really making progress.
Ok, I saw and commented on this one, so back to the latest, the jars!
Hi Jennifer. I’m not familiar with stacks of strings. Your blocks are beautiful. But also I’m not sure why phone pages used. Is that as a pattern? What is a stack of strings mean? Thanks