Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Round Robin Part 2

These pictures are the blocks that I received to continue on the Round Robin.
Sherry liked these color combinations. We are able to add our fabrics along with whatever came with the blocks.
These are the blocks that I made for my addition to Sherry's quilt. This round robin is different that others that I have participated in. Rather than add borders or rows to a center medallion, we make blocks for the owner to piece in whatever order they choose.

Each participant will complete one large block (Block A) and two small blocks, for a total of three blocks.
You may make two of Block B or two of Block C. Note that both of your small blocks should be the same
size. They can be the same pattern or they can be different.
Block A should be 12 ½” x 12 ½ “ unfinished, for a finished size of 12” x 12”
Block B should be 6 ½” x 6 ½” unfinished, for a finished size of 6” x 6”
Block C should be 3 ½” x 12 ½” unfinished, for a finished size of 3” x 12”
Instead of making one "A" block, I chose to make four "B" blocks. Such a rebel!!

These are the blocks all together.


Corn said...

I love the Brown/Blue combo. Looks like its going to be a wonderful quilt.

Fabric Fanatic said...

I love the brown and blue combo too...I've not make one yet, but know that one day I will. Bumblebeans is a fan of those colors too.
Thanks for your kind comment on my blog...I'm not blogging much and haven't been doing much sewing; am working on some health issues and when I get that all sorted out, I'll be back at it.

Your comment made my day!

Janet said...

I like this variation on round robin. Leaving it up to the final person to arrange is a terrific idea.