Have you been working on any improv quilting?
In 15 Minutes of Play, Victoria says these little blocks of “made” fabric are like potato chips – you can’t stop with just one.
She didn’t lie.
I’ve been stressing over some precise piecing projects that are full of triangles and points to protect, but these low-pressure blocks put a smile on my face this morning. I even did a little cutting from the core (no ruler) without wincing! I’m still not sure what I’ll do with them, but I’ll add them to the pile I started yesterday.
Have you been following along with Sandi at Crafty Planner this month? She’s been rocking the improv world with lots of interviews and class reviews. She’s been giving away a few prizes, and it’s time for me to catch up.
Art Gallery has offered up two fat quarter bundles as rewards for exercising your improv quilting skills this month! There’s lots going on with #improvquiltingchallenge over on Instagram, but I want to share a little prize happiness here in regular old blogland.
Link up any improv project that you’ve been working on this past month. Next Sunday, I’ll pick one winner and you guys will pick one winner! That’s right. I’m curious to see what kinds of improv makes you all swoon, so please come back to scroll through the gallery and click to vote on your favorites.
That’s not all. Leave a comment about your very favorite improv project from the link up gallery and explain why it’s your very favorite. You could win a $25 gift certificate to the Fat Quarter Shop donated by me! Feel free to leave a comment even if you’re linked a project. You just get two chances to win something!