I really enjoy doing improv piecing and am quite happy with how these blocks turned out. Normally, each person in our group makes 2 - 12.5" blocks. This month, I gave our members the choice to alter the shape or measurements, as long as the blocks cover roughly the same area. I'm so excited to see what my fellow stitchers come up with and can't wait to have fun putting this giant puzzle together once I get all of the blocks!
By the way, I hate real puzzles and don't have the patience to make someone else's work "fit," but quilting puzzles are a whole different story. There are no rules and I can make extra pieces to make things fit where I want to. Which is absolutely what I love about improv and also absolutely what drives others bonkers. So I'm wondering, which side of the love/hate improv fence do you sit on?