Improv Handbook Test Quilters

Vintage 70's Fabric


The Improv Handbook scores are finally out to all of my test quilters! You guys are awesome. I had over 160 responses and I enjoyed reviewing your skills and preferences, reading every one of your comments, and visiting your media sites.  Thanks for all of the kind words and support.

I was so impressed with the talent and the enthusiasm – to see a range of masterful quilt makers and improvisors, along with the excitement and willingness of beginners ready to jump right in! I was happy to discover the work of some of you for the first time and to have the support of many longtime blog friends!

I can hardly wait to see what you all come up with and again I can’t thank you enough. Your questions and feedback on the scores and process are invaluable to the success of the book.

It’s not to late to participate ~ closed

If you want to be a test quilter visit the call for contributor quilts for more information and fill out the questionnaire.  I will hold the door open for test quilters until February 1st. Late comers will still have a month and a half to finish their quilts by March 25. Definitely sign up if you think you can swing that deadline.

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3 Responses to Improv Handbook Test Quilters

  1. Diana says:

    Hello!!i filled out the questionnaire just yesterday but i’m not sure what about that i live in will need only photos or not??thanks again for all!!

  2. Audrey says:

    I’m very interested, but I am not experienced with using solid fabrics and have minimal experience with curved piecing. I do love challenges and scrappy piecing though! Your work is absolutely brilliant. Have been a fan for a long time.:)

    • sherrilynn says:

      Hi Audrey, You don’t have to use solids or do curve piecing unless you want to take on that challenge. There are a range of scores. Let me know your preferences in the questionnaire if you want to. Thanks.

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