Between an improv class at a retreat, and the improv round robin group, I've been a little improv
obsessed! This quilt top was started in class, round robin style, and I finished it up at home. I had just cut up my scraps at home into squares or strips (trying to be organized :wink:), and sometimes I get board of the fabric in my scrap bin,
so I purchased a bag of assorted bits. That was really fun to work with because everything was fresh and new. I added in a few pieces from the Charley Harper line and Creative Thursday, but all the rest came from the bag.
I was really surprised at how long this took as it's just lap size, 48X66. I've been working a bit every day for the last week and it finally came together today. Defiantly not as easy as I thought it would be.
I think I'll do a solid back with and improv stripe across it. Maybe some simple straight lines for the quilting, but I'm not sure. Any suggestions?