I was going to type in improv work and then I thought-it really isn't work at all-it's play and very enjoyable. I finished up the free-form quilt for my living room made up of 48 twelve inch blocks created from my scrap bin of beiges and greens. Okay, for full disclosure, I added green strips to the stack so that I'd have a good variety in values.
I'm taking part in a Valentine's day postcard swap, and I just mailed them off. I'll share a photo of a prototype after they've arrived at their destinations!
I'm currently sewing on another improv quilt which will be hanging in my studio. I have a good stash of pinks and purples, solids and batiks, plus I've added gray, white, yellow, peach and a bit of spring green to the mix. I have twelve blocks done with four more to go.
The Quilt Crossing, just taking in all of the luscious fabrics and threads-calorie free too!! Some wonderful variegated Valdani pearl cotton threads came home with me-
It rained up where we usually ski, and since I don't really like skiing ice, I'm waiting for the next snow storm before heading back up the mountain. Darn. But there's always fabric/fiber to play with instead....