Score 2 is made of strips. I curated three different sets of fabric.
Set 1 consisted of only 2 fabrics.
Below are the results of set 1. At this point, I have it in two separate shapes – one long and will probably be a border and the other a chunk.
Set 2 consisted of all neutrals – Japanese taupes and the lightest uniform fabric. Once they were sewn together, I hand appliquéd wool wonky geese onto them. This block symbolises K3’s love of hunting.
Set 3 consisted of medium and dark hued fabrics. My plan is to use these blocks with some of the shirt fabrics and do an improv curved block.
With the left over scraps I made these freeform log cabin-like blocks. They will probably be used as filler blocks.
I am really enjoying this quilt – and especially enjoying the improv style. I’m in a holding pattern on it for now as I await more shirt fabric so it’s back to working on The Circle Games top. I’m experimenting with doing an improv drunkards path for the border of that.