I had some sizable left over solid fabrics from another quilt that I made and decided to put them to good use. With nothing particular in mind, I thought I'd try my hand at an inprov quilt. I began by cutting a number of strips of random widths then sewed them together willy nilly. Sometimes I re-cut the sewn strips and sewed them together yet again. It was quite a bit of fun, sewing with reckless abandon and not being concerned about following instructions.
Having become so brave and liberated, I thought I'd try some freehand channel quilting. I was fairly careful when eyeballing my spacing, I had a few foibles here and there but nothing worth worrying about. I like the look of these tight lines.
Who'd have thought that my scrappy improv wall hanging would have earned such a prominent spot in my home.