Last Friday, I pulled out my improv project and placed all the blocks on the design wall. And before I knew it, the movie credits were rolling and two hours had passed!
Hours lost in the sewing room - the very best kind.
I managed to make several new blocks = this was my favorite block from Friday. Sewing together small pieces of fabric to smaller pieces of fabric - such fun. This block is 6 1/2 '' wide by 5 '' tall.
My favorite block is sitting on the upper right corner of my design wall layout. I'm not really sure where I am headed with this yet. I'm loving my fabrics (also used them here).
I started this project in October in an Improvisational: Shapes + Lines class taught by Michelle Wilke. I love Michelle's work and it was really great to learn from her.
Have a wonderful day! Patty
That sounds like so much fun! Does she sew with you too? I've never heard of improvisational quilting. Very creative!ReplyDelete
How fun is that! Love those improv blocks.ReplyDelete
'Love those improv blocks, and the colors. Looking forward to seeing the quilt all finished.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous quilt!!! Modern art at it's best!!!ReplyDelete
What a fun tradition to craft by! Great daughter-time, too!ReplyDelete
Movies and sewing sound like fun! My favs are the drunkards path blocks forming the circle.ReplyDelete
OH how fun! Love the idea of "lost hours"! Maybe that's the name of the quilt?!?!ReplyDelete
I love your improv blocks and the palette you chose. Your Friday nights look like fun !ReplyDelete
Oooo - I love those blocks that look like cat eyes. :)ReplyDelete
Love the colors and the improv blocks are fun. The girls night sounds amazing!ReplyDelete
I love these, with all of the different piecing shapes and the mustard/blue combo.ReplyDelete
Looks interesting! Love it!ReplyDelete
That sounds like the best kind of time in your sewing room and with your daughter. It will be fun to see what this evolves to become.ReplyDelete