I considered the space between warp and weft when piecing these curves with bias cut strips to create this modern improvisational quilt.
In a split second my split sections were on their way to becoming TWO modern quilts instead of one!
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Watch my most recent bias and diamond modern improv quilt evolve on the studio wall. Quilt in process!
Fooling around with hand-dyed scraps. Modern bias and diamond patchwork quilt.
I've been working on this quilt since mid June and the progress is SLOW... I'm really stuck. It takes me a week to sew on three strips! Where is my flow? What's holding me back? I have no idea where I'm going! I guess it's okay to be slow - think of the pioneers crossing uncharted terrain. They were slow too.
But slow is slow - this is just dragging out. What do you think? I'm thinking I should make myself sew three strips a day somewhere on the piece - no matter what - and just forge ahead. Make it a limit, part of the score. Easier said than done!
By the way... Welcome to Improv Monday!