Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Improv Quilt, finished!

 What a fun quilt to have finished!
I loved making these improv blocks,
using up my treasured AMH Good Folks fabric.
 Wonderful texture with straight line quilting!






Wouldn't these photos have been beautiful,
had I looked at my camera settings more carefully?
(I was so frustrated when I returned home from my friend's beautiful farm to find all of my photos way overexposed!!!)
So here is the finished quilt again, on the clothesline in my backyard:
Love, love, LOVE this quilt!
Linking up to:
Fresh Poppy Design

21 comments:

  1. The quilt is beautiful Michelle. Bummer about the photos, consider them highly artistic! :) Bet you're glad that you decided to make more blocks to add to this one, hey?

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  2. Oh I love that pattern! And the colors! I really want to get out my scraps and make something like this.

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  3. Very pretty, Michelle...lovely!

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    1. Great quilt!
      And, I actually really love the first overexposed pic. It looks like a painting! (and I have so been there w the camera!)

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  4. This is a really sweet quilt, Michelle!

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  5. Och, I think that first over-exposed one looks deliberately artistic, I'd go with that ;o) Love how it turned out anyway :o)

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  6. Love these improv blocks - they really make the Good Folks fabric stand out. Great pics too.

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  7. Love the rich colour scheme!

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  8. A beautiful quilt!! And a great use of some treasured fabrics! Too bad about the photos at the farm, could you fix them with photo editing? Actually, the first one looks really cool like that!

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  9. I L.O.V.E. this quilt! And the backing fabric is fabulous. Thanks so much for sharing! :)

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