From the beginning, Patty told us that this QAL was about playing with color, shape, and fabric, but without a pattern or rules. That made this quilt along fun, because everyone followed it in their own way.
Earlier this week, I finished up my quilt top for this quilt along - it measures about 30 x 33.
I've taken to calling it Wild Thing - because it really is about the wildest thing I've ever made!
Some favorite parts -
all the different ways to make triangles!
an improv quarter log cabin, that I stuck in because I needed something there!
curved piecing, letters, a word!
I quilted it with horizontal curved lines, very simple, but going along with the modern feel of this quilt. The binding is Kona Pool.
Today, my Play Improv Sampler, Wild Thing, is done! I took it out in the backyard for some photo ops -
Love this one!
Thanks, Patty, for hosting this great QAL! I'm already thinking about what improv kind of sewing I might like to try next!
The final link-up for finished Play Improv projects is happening right now, over at Elm Street Quilts, so I'll be linking up there to share this Wild Thing!
Also sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation.