11 April, 2017

Improv Play completed quilt top

Hoping this post finds you all well and happy. Can you believe it is almost Easter? Time sure does fly. This warmer temperature is so very welcomed. I have been participating in the Improv Play QAL going on at Elm Street Quilts Blog. Finally, my quilt top is completed. It measures 35"X39". The color palette is muted tones. This was my first attempt at improv quilting, and was really challenging but so worth it all. Be sure to visit Elm Street Quilts blog for the link-up party to see many more Improv Play quilt tops.

~Linking-up with: Elm Street Quilts Improv Play Link Party~

6 comments:

  1. Danice, I really like how your improv piece turned out! The colors you chose are so mellow and pretty. Do you have a favorite block? I think your wonky flying geese are so fun!

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    1. Thank you Diann. I kinda favor the top left and center right wonky log cabin blocks, + the lower right curved strips block :)

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  2. This looks really fun! I like how you set your blocks. These colors work well together. Thanks for linking up with play!

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    1. Thank you Patty. This QAL was so much fun. I need to post my last block, the text/word block. It is also all done :)

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  3. Nice mellow soothing quilt after looking at all the bright colors! Love what you've done...congratulations.
    PS...did you know that you are a "no reply" blogger..at least to me?

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  4. Thank you Jann. Yes, I am a no-reply blogger not to be unfriendly. It is because of spam, hacking, and other dangers of making an email address public, through writing the address out or using a mailto: hyperlink. There are people and spybots that crawl the internet looking for those. That makes it unsafe. To read my blog page about it, follow my sidebar image link "Safe Blogging Tips".

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