See what?? - All I see are two more GREAT blocks!! But now that you mention it - I would much rather have strings on my design wall than on my blocks - so you could consider it your giant lint remover - ;))
HAHA Ok, That will work. I can never find my lint roller anyway so now I'll just slap everything up to my design wall. I wonder if hubby will go along with this?? heehee
Two blocks like these seem very little, but anyone may try to do them and find out that it will take a lot of time to make them. They are great!
Thanks. Yes they do take more time than it looks like they should. I do enjoy working on them in the evenings while watching mindless tv.
You pick the best fabrics. On my of my blogs I just took and posted a picture of the strings on my wall.....giggle.
Haha. Maybe we've started a completely new slant on strings. ;-)
They are great! My wall needs cleaning too. I'm going to test how washable it is. Thanks for sharing!
Good luck with that test. My design wall is the two closet doors that we took off and I *glued* cotton batting to them with spray starch. After the starch dried it held the batting in place. I've tried to use a lint roller but I found it pulled the batting off the doors. Soooo the strings stay!!! ;o)
Your new blocks are super cute.Love them!
Awww Thanks Rosa. I'm working on a red one now and then I will have every color done. I'm ready to start connecting some of them.
Nice blocks - I find that all of the work I do by hand takes so much longer than I think it will!
Thanks Ellen. And Oh My Gosh I so agree with you. My mind tells me I'm a speed demon .... It lies!! ;o)
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