My improv quilt is done. Ten improv blocks from the Denyse Schmidt workshop in Austin set in Kona Natural. I like the way the background fabric sets off each block like a mini work of art. Which they are!
This shows off the quilting a bit better. If a quilt can capture a moment in time, this one does it for me. A few days in Austin in February. Exciting, energetic, reflective, creative. It’s destined to hang in my sewing room.
The backing was pieced with some leftover fine-wale corduroy, Kona natural and a small bit of the favourite fabric that was introduced in the blocks.
A bit of the binding (Texture Stripe in Malachite) and backing (the recycled fine-wale cord) and my new label. I ordered custom labels from MommieMadeIt earlier in the summer, and this is my first chance to show them off. And now I can cross two off my ten things this summer list.
Linking up with TGIFF at QuokkaQuilts.