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on Mar 15, 2009 in blogging others, fabric stash, quilting, sewing | 3 comments

At least the improv block process came with a warning… *These might be addicting.* Two days later, I can confirm, they are. They are fast and innovative and always One Of A Kind. The blocks seem so artful, not just plain vanilla sewing.

As with my first improv block, the blue one, this quilt is about 12″ x 15″ with channel stitching as the quilting design. I also used more of my gel glue resist fabric in this warm toned block. The painted fabric is paired with scraps from my scrap bins.

On a side note: My husband tells me the gel resist fabric looks like Doritos. Hum. Someone is hinting at the grocery list, no doubt.



  1. I love that you dyed/resisted your own fabric. It is my favorite one of the bunch in this lively, lovely piece.


    March 15, 2009

  2. Either doritos or carmel corn. :)

    Owens Family Adventures

    March 15, 2009

  3. Vibrant!


    March 15, 2009

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