Thursday, November 21, 2013

Round Robin Quilt

I participated in the first round of "Around the Bend and Across  the Pond" on Flickr.  This group did round robins in several different styles.  One was a medallion, one was rows and the one I joined was free form.  Free form meant that each person was free to add whatever they wanted to - any style, any shape of piece.  Each month we got a new quilt to add to in any way our hearts desired.  And it was lots of fun!  This is my quilt top and my siggy blocks.


The quilt top is lying on our bed on top of a wine colored quilt.  You can see the variety of fabrics and styles in this quilt.


In this photo I laid out the siggy blocks as a row along the top.  I want to add them to the front of the quilt like this,

This shot shows the siggy blocks again.

Will try to get an outside pic soon.  Need to get this one quilted!

Have you ever participated in a round robin?



Linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday.


Happy Stitching!
Laney

7 comments:

Jasmine said...

This looks so cool. I like your idea for the signature blocks. I have never participated in a round robin, but it is tempting.

quiltswithpersonality said...

Gorgeous ....just love it! Marie

Sue C said...

Amazing quilt. I am currently participating in a round robin but but nothing as liberated as this. Just love the free form expression.

Marianne Jeffrey said...

That is great quilt top!

wombatquilts.com said...

This looks like so much fun. What a great top.

Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation said...

I've never done a round robin. It sounds like fun, and this one is so neat! I love the variety of colors and patterns. It's so interesting to look at.

Thanks for linking up to Needle and Thread Thursday!

:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

Rachaeldaisy said...

What a great group of blocks, I love the way they've been put together in a randow layout. I've never done a round robin but it's on my list to do one day.