I mentioned Project Improv previously. One of the only required things you have to do to be involved is to make one "log cabin-ish" quilt block. All the blocks made are going to be assembled into quilts that will be donated to charity. We were supposed to pick one colors scheme and I went with pink & orange. But I found, as I was digging through my scraps, that I have scraps for all three options, so why not make three blocks?
The scraps all ready to be tuned into something pretty!
And what they became!
I realized a few things while making these blocks. 1) I love me some fussy cutting. 2) I don't have nearly as many cool colored fabrics as I do warm. And 3) making blocks on the fly like this, with no pattern or measuring, is where I'm most at ease. I simply love to make wonky log cabins like this and it's 100% in my comfort zone. That means that I'm not pushing myself to grow at all with these blocks. I need to figure out what that next step in improv piecing means for me... Hmm...