Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The consequences of freedom

My improv blocks thus far:



And this is what the process has done to my cutting table:



Now, in the picture, my pins and rotary cutter are out in the open, but that has been a relative rarity in this process. I have nearly severed a digit countless times just today, so chances are I may qualify for our accidental dismemberment insurance policy soon!

5 comments:

LizA. said...

I'm sure you have been inundated with examples of improv type quilting, but here is one block that I read regularly that is pretty much all improv:
http://tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com

I have several others if you're interested. Love what you've done so far.

Megan said...

Tallgrass Prairie Studio is definitely where some of the inspiration for these blocks came. Some other bloggers that I read regularly have done some as well.

I'm kind of avoiding looking for more at the moment, because I just want to see what I manage to come up with on my own. Part of the fun is doing it without too much thinking.

Sarah Mac said...

Loving the batiks!

Anonymous said...

One of the things I am thankful for this Thanksgiving is YOUR blog...always a good laugh.
Been there, lost that rotary cutter, hurt that digit....thanks.

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