Since May's color over at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge is green, I started with a green Log Cabin block:
I don't know whether you would call my log cabin "improv" or "free-pieced," but there was very little measuring involved in making this block. I mostly just followed the guideline of "top, right, bottom, left" as I added low volume strings to the top and right, and green strings to the bottom and left. I didn't worry about the width being consistent, but did square the block up to 12 1/2 inches when I decided it was big enough. This does result in it being a bit wonky, but I wanted to have the freedom to just sew! And it was so much fun!
Now, I'm working on a blue log cabin, using the same (lack of) plan!
I certainly have plenty of strings to choose from!
Just for fun, I laid a few out to see where I might be going.
I'm going to enjoy this!
Linking up to Oh Scrap! at Quilting is More Fun than Housework today!