Monday, May 23, 2011

SVQG Row Robin! FUN!!

I had an exciting week this past week!  

My Quilting guild has had a Monthly Row Robin going on which I was lucky enough to participate in :)

In case you don't know what a Row Robin is: You pick fabric and basic design ideas for a quilt then set do's and don'ts for what you are looking for. You make the first row then hand your quilt off to the next person not to be seen by you again until each person in your group has made a row for your quilt.  Each month you receive another group member's quilt and add a row to theirs passing the quilts until you have worked on each persons.  My group is the 'sampler' group, we have five people and they are all very talented.

I got my quilt rows back on Thursday!  My list of wants for my quilt were: use only my fabrics, each block be different, use the black sashing provided between the blocks in the row.  

WOW!!   This is a picture of my five finished rows (going across).

Thanks for the great picture Annick! Fourth row down is my starter row.

It has been so long since I made the first row that it took me a minute to figure out which row it was!  Thank you so much to Lisa, Sue, MB, and Ruth for making me such wonderful rows!  

Now ALL I have to do is add the sashing between the rows and the border, quilt and bind.  Sounds easy - right?! 

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