I took a live online quilting class with Irene Roderick last week. Over the course of a week, we were to create a two-color improv quilt top. Take a peek at my progress:
I'm quite pleased with where I ended up, even if I did end up grabbing a third color. Rules were meant to be broken, after all. You can see that I completely dismantled my design between photos 3 and 4. It looked too much like houses or silos or something recognizable. I wanted something truly abstract.
I haven't determined whether I will actually finish this quilt or if this was simply a really good design exercise. Either way, I'm very glad that I took the class. It was great to be a student on zoom in order to understand how to be a better teacher on zoom.
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