Round Robin, Round 2

Round Robin (Medium)

How exciting to see Round 2 of our Round Robin! The creativity has just blown me away. My great hope is that each of the other participants is half as happy with my contribution to each quilt as I am with what they have added to mine!

 

 

 

Judy's RR

First up: Judy’s quilt. The fabrics are so pretty and soft. Helen took the little scraps and did one inch squares. This was a lot of sewing and has added so much to this creation.

Helen's RR

Second: Helen’s quilt. Judy added the curved border which really complimented all the squares and triangles. The border of the bird fabric plays into the center block – I love these birds!

Deb's RR

Third: Deb’s quilt. This outside border was my contribution. I felt like all those geometrics needed some curves. I did improve curved piecing then the corners were a play on the center block. In person, these fabrics are truly gorgeous.

Joyce's RR

Fourth: My quilt. Last round Helen added many, many crosses. This round Deb framed the cross border with the black and whites – absolutely stunning!. The curved corners are so unique!

Our next round is our last and the plan is to meet after Labor Day. I’m not even going to look at it (I have Helen’s with the birds) for a few weeks and then look for inspiration. I have a bit of an idea, but need to let it go for now. So glad we are doing this RR – the borders have been amazing and our meetings and reveals have been a lot of fun. Thank you ladies!!

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3 responses »

  1. Dan and Helen Turnipseed

    So appreciate the job with the newsletter for the RR.
    Hope you get lots of kudos from your other subscribers!

    Reply
  2. It has been way TOO fun – stretches the brain. I’m not a big sample person, I usually just go for it, however with other people’s quilts and fabric, I actually did a test cornerstone with the mini QCR to make sure I could do it and I liked how it looked. I’m feeling another test piece for next border!!!

    Reply
  3. Stunning work ‼️

    Reply

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