Have you ever wanted to know more about improvisational quilting (also known as improv quilting)? Did you know that the improv quilting category had the most entries for Quilt Con 2015? Modern quilters are making improv quilts! Up until very recently, I assumed improv quilting was completely random and unorganized. After researching improv quilting and taking classes with some of the improv quilting masters, I have learned there is a difference between improv quilting and quilting without any rules/perimeters. There are also many different types of improv quilting.
Since every improv quilter approaches their practice differently, I decided to dedicate time learning more about the world of improv quilting. So for the month of August, I am continuing with my Learn More, Sew More blog challenge and exploring the world of improv quilting. I knew I wanted to explore with a fantastic quilter and asked Daisy of Ants to Sugar if she wanted to join me. Luckily, she said yes!
We are challenging others to try (or keep working on!) improv quilting and will have prizes for those who play along with the challenge. (Think Aurifil, improv books, and more!!!) To participate in the challenge, you will need to post your work to instagram and tag it #improvquiltchallenge.
Where can we find more information?