Improv Play completed quilt!

Finally, my Improv Play quilt is completed. This was an eight week QAL hosted by Elm Street Quilts Blog. This was my first attempt at letting go of symmetry and sewing improv-style. Very challenging, but also very fun and educational. The completed quilt is 36"X40", and is machine-stitched with allover meandering. The batting is Warm N' Natural©. Follow the link below my signature to see the pieced backing on this quilt. Be sure to visit Elm Street Quilts Blog to see the Parade of completed Improv Play quilts. They are all very creative and beautiful.

~Linking-up with: Elm Street Quilts Improv Play Parade~

Here is the backing of my Improv Play quilt. It is pieced with the QAL's last prompt, word/text. I chose the word Play. This quilt is the perfect size to cuddle with while watching TV. In addition, I won a prize from Elm Street Quilts! Thank you so much Patty! Prim quilting blessings to you all.


  1. I like the free form look of your "Improve Play" quilt. The quilt takes on it's own personality through your use of color and form. I keep thinking that I want to make a quilt but I would not know where to start.

    1. Thank you Candy. You can do it. Just "jump in" like I did. Online advice/tutorials (many are free) + just trying to quilt on a small quilt block first. There are also many free-for-personal-use quilt block patterns.

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    1. Thank you Val. This quilt was fun to make.


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