Improv Curves-Trimming

About a month ago, OKC Modern Quilt Guild had Lisa Calle as a guest, she spoke to us one day and taught a class another.  She showed us improv curves, it was a great class because it was basically a demo, then we sewed for a few hours.

Improv curves


I am trimming my blocks this weekend (I made 100) and after Thanksgiving, I will work on construction.  I really can't believe that I am trying to squeeze in a project right now, but, I'm really excited about this quilt!  

Improv curves

Oh yes, I pieced all of the blocks on my white Singer Featherweight.


Card holders


During class with OKCMQG, I passed out little card holders to the students, I love making little things to give away, sometimes it hinders life progress, but, I can usually get things complete.  Every single one of these are scraps from other projects–pillows, clothes, crib sheet, bags, to name a few.  

If you are attending DELUXE WINTER MARKET this year, I will be providing these little card holders in swag bags!


Fabrics used:

Fellow member & teaching buddy, Emily and I both used the Lulu Summers line, Summersville, we picked a lot of solids to mix up with our prints and it will be interesting to see how each of ours looks.  

I hope to have this quilt done in time for the Oklahoma Winter Quilt Show, where we will have an exhibit and information booth about our guild, go us!



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