Round Robin Quilt Exchanges are so much fun! I’ve done a few and I recommend you participate if you have the time to really put into it. This one started out with one block 12.5 inches square, then the next person put on one border, then the next another border and then you finish it.
As you can see this version of border adding round robin, allows for tons of creativity in the work each quilt does on each others quilt. Mine in the top right, outdoorsey version with trees and lots of green. Participants added log cabin blocks, paper pieced tree blocks and it all came together into a great quilt. Its one of my 2011 UFO’s still to complete.
Nancy’s quilt was sort of a winter theme, as you can see its come out fabulous. I did the last border on this and would love to see the finished version. The last border was the applique flowers, quirky technique that was so much fun to do.
Joanne’s lovely crazy pieced blue’s quilt just says “love ya honey” I believe she made this for her hubby.
I think this one was for Carol, and it was the most exciting one of the group, in my opinion and that sassy border made by Joanne was awesome.
This is a little sample of a round robin. Join one in your group of quilter friends.