Round Robin Quilts
Round robins are some of my favorite quilts. I love working on them as well as revealing how other participants view the “finishes” to my centers. The great thing about round robins is that any border could be duplicated into a quilt of your own. Select the appropriate links for various round robin projects I’ve been involved:
My First Round Robin 2001 – Three participants from Missouri and five participants from Wyoming. We made our own center and each quilter added a border.
2009 Update – This quilt was juried in to the 2009 Qunitessential Quilt Show in University City, MO and won Honorable Mention (3rd place) in traditional bed quilts category.
American Friendship Round Robin 2005 – scroll down a bit… Members of Teas Snowman Swap Group
One Woman Round Robin 2006 – scroll down a bit…I made this round robin by myself as a quilt guild challenge
Tulips Among Friends Round Robin – use right scroll arrow to find quilt. Flower Valley Quilt Guild members started a Color My Quilt round robin. Nine participants made a block in a particular color using provided background fabric. I added the tulips from a Piece O Cake monthly pattern series. Quilt completed August 2007; researching when round robin began.
So Sew Busy Quilt Guild 2007/2008 – scroll to the right to view all 6 quilt tops
Teas Snowman Swap Group 2008 – may have to scroll to the right of view as photos are added