When I agreed to focus on improvisational quilting for a month with Sandi at Crafty Planner, I didn’t realize I would actually get so hooked on improv.

Sherri Lynn Wood’s Score for Strings has definitely grown on me. Our month is “officially” up, but I had to start another.

Score for Strings block 2

I pulled out my copy of the handbook to refresh my thoughts on Sherri Lynn’s description of the score.

Score for strings block 2

Not sure where these blocks are going, but I do plan to make more with other color combinations!

Score for Strings block 2

But enough of my blocks. Let’s see who’s going to get to make something of their own with a fat quarter bundle of Art Gallery Fabrics!

Art Gallery Collections: Artisan by Pat Bravo and Bound by April Rhodes - both will be given away as part of the improv quilting challenge

As soon as Sara posted this on Instagram, I fell in love.  Apparently you all did, too!  I didn’t open voting like I’d hoped on my gallery (still new to setting up linky parties and something didn’t work), but you all clicked through to see her project the most. Sara wins her pick of the Art Gallery Fabric bundles!

My random number generator picked lucky number 7, so Jess at Quilty Habit wins the gift certificate to Fat Quarter Shop, and since her comment was on Debbie’s mid century quilt, Debbie wins the second bundle from Art Gallery Fabrics!  Jess said, “I am in LOVE with Debbie’s Mid-Centry Style Bee quilt. It has an amazing color balance and the blocks are an A+!”

Whether you’re doing some improv or sewing with a pattern, I hope you have a wonderful week!

Granny's ironing board meets improv piecing


Also, if you haven’t checked it out yet, Sandi is squeezing in one more podcast for the #improvquiltchallenge month – Denyse Schmidt!


    1. Daisy

      Thanks, Carie!  I really like the liquorice analogy.  I had to look up allsorts, but I totally know what you’re talking about now – you’re right!!! 

  1. Debbie

    Cool! I’m pleased to have won a bundle of AGF, and have enjoyed looking through all the projects – and finding a few new folks to follow on Ig!

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