Saturday, April 4, 2020

Improv.....Technique 3



I am trying a stitch and flip improv technique





I pawed through my scrap bag and picked out 

all of the blues

that I thought would work together and

sliced them up into triangles....






I had a half yard piece of this white fabric

leftover from a table runner I made last month...

I cut it into 3 1/2 inch squares...

I think there are maybe 70 squares here.




Then I started piecing triangles

onto one corner of each white square:


With uneven triangles,

it was easy to get a wonky look.




Then I started playing around with

a few of the stitch and flip squares:


I am liking it !



Then I added additional triangles

to the center of the block:


Oooh....how FUN is that !





I have not pieced this together...

I want to play around with other design options

and see where it takes me.





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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I am looking forward too seeing what you come up with. I have a bin of small cut away triangles that I need to use.

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  2. Oh, I'm liking it too!!! How many of these improv piecing blocks can you get into a single quilt?

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  3. These are all little experiments so I can learn the improv techniques....they may never make it into anything.....just FUN to give them a try. Someday I will use these techniques in my quilts.

    Stay Well,
    LuAnn

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