an improv puzzle

this puzzle is complete.

and I couldn’t be happier!

(expect to see more photos of this quilt with this wall. it’s too perfect not to use it again!)

My previous post about this quilt may be found here.

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29 Responses to an improv puzzle

  1. 1
    Jan says:

    Looks incredible!! Woohooo!

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    Laura says:

    Wow, I love it and the location is perfect.One day I’d love to make a quilt like this.

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    Rachael says:

    I love it!! Can’t wait to see more pics!

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    Emmmylizzzy says:

    Wow. This is seriously stunning. And the color palette is gorgeous. You are amazing, lady!

  6. 6

    So fun!! Can’t wait to see the finished product!

  7. 7
    pinkkrystal says:

    love.lovE.loVE.lOVE.LOVE.IT!

  8. 8

    This is super fabulous. You have a great eye, and while I’ve admired so many of the quilts you’ve made, this is the kicker. Excellent job. Inspiring too.

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    Cradke says:

    I love it! I would love to do something like this myself, but I don’t have much in the way of solid scraps

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    Lauren JH says:

    Love it . . . but then I love everything you make!

  13. 13
    CitricSugar says:

    It turned out really nice! I have done quite a bit of improv piecing lately and the toughest part is getting all those bits to go together…

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    Tammy Vasser says:

    I absolutely love it!!!

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    Peter says:

    Great colors, it’s like modern art!

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    Marianne says:

    I love it! wonderful color. The curves add subtle interest to all the angular lines and pieces.

  18. 18

    Love it! Great colors. I love improve piecing with solids. It’s my favorite way to quilt. Yours looks so friendly, great job!

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    Sandy says:

    Love this quilt. Great job!!!! Our Modern Quilt Guild got together a couple of weeks ago for an improv sew in. We all did a few blocks, threw a couple in the center, then grabbed a block or two and sewed it to what we were working on. It was great fun sharing blocks and we all came out with some amazing designs. Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy seeing what you come up with.

  21. 21

    Gorgeous. I LOVE the colors! I’m a new follower. Would love if you followed me back :)

    The Pretty Pinhead

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    amandajean says:

    it looks FANTASTIC! and a nice wall to go with the quilt. perfect!

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    kata says:

    Lovely quilt top. Looking at it makes you feel like you’re losing yourself in springtime. Also: lovely photography.

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    Terri says:

    Ack! How did I miss this. So so so Awesome!!!!
    P.S. here is my email :)

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    sewkatiedid says:

    wowza. in love, and wish it were mine.

  27. 27

    WOW! All I can say is wooooooow! Impressive.

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    eeyore says:

    quilt the improvised solids!do it now!

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