Sunday, January 8, 2012

Round Robin 2011

I wrote this post earlier and then didn't publish.  I was in a round robin in 2011. Here are the photos of the round robin quilts for 2011 that I worked on in the order that I worked on them.  I know the ladies in this round robin through Dear Jane groups either locally or at the retreat up in Shipshewana.

We had until February 1 to make a center, gather our fabrics, and mail to the next person on the list.  As the year progressed and the rounds became larger, we had more time to work on the rounds.  Then we exchanged our quilts at the Dear Jane retreat at Shipshewana in November.

This one belongs to Nancy Z.  Her center is a likeness of the five of us that  worked on her quilt.  I'm the one dressed in green.  :-)


Next is Claire's quilt.  I really like the snail's trail blocks as an outside border.


This one belongs to Edith.  She used the Marie Webster fabrics. 

This one is Nancy K's.  I love the dresden center, so I put the smaller dresdens in my round.

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This one is Vicki's.  She is known as the Cheddar Queen and loves cheddar and red together.


This one is mine.  I used mostly Moda's Fresh Flowers line with a few other fabrics from my stash mixed in. 


Here's a closer photo of my center block. 


I am sitting out for this year, but I have really enjoyed the last couple of years sewing with these talented ladies.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

I hope you are stitching today! 

26 comments:

  1. Those are some amazing quilts, LuAnn. I love the hexagon flowers in the center of yours. How do you have time to get so much done when you have these going on through the year? Some of those rounds are very labor intensive. Beautiful finishes!

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  2. dear luAnn ,all quilts are vry lovely,happy stitching 2012,susi

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  3. They're all beautiful! Were all of the rounds free-form? I don't see any similarities, which is different than what Im used to seeing in a RR. They're all very unique!

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  4. Wow, they are looking great. So colorful! Well done!

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  5. I love them all, Lu Ann. All so very different and lots of beautiful skills, blocks and borders.

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  6. They are all wonderful, as always. So much talent in that group!

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  7. They always look so great! You gals are the prime example of a SUPERB round robin group!

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  8. Beautiful projects!
    Lots of time and effort whent into all the details. I'm sure they are treasured by each owner. Happy memories when they look at them!

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  9. Amazing quilts...thanks for sharing!

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  10. You have made an amazing job , wow !!!!

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  11. Wow -- this is the best RR result I have ever seen. You all are a very talened bunch! Colorful and pretty. I love the applique center block of your quilt -- really nice!

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  12. you are all so fortunate to have surrounded yourselves with such talented, creative friends! All of these quilts are ones you would be proud to own. I do love yours, LuAnn. There is that happy line of Fresh Flowers again!
    :-}pokey

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  13. WOW! These are all amazing! I'll be filing these away for future inspiraton. What a talented group of ladies.

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  14. Dear LuAnn,
    wonderful results of the RR. They are very different but so beautiful.
    Your houses are gorgeous. I'll start in a few days, because I've to finish some little Ufos first.
    Have a nice week and take care
    Roswitha

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  15. LuAnn allthe Round Robins are lovely. they are such fun to participate in and always a mystery as to how they turn out.

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  16. Well done on the Round Robin Quilts. They all look great, and it would be nice to own any of them.
    LOVE your little houses LuAnn.

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  17. Those are really amazing...hard to say which one I like the best...I WANT THEM ALL!!! I was thinking about doing a round robin with myself this year...start with a center block with absolutely no quilt plan and just see what happens...

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  18. Oh wow....they all are super!! what fun!

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  19. Hello LuAnn,

    Wow, they are looking great....wonderful and so colorful!Very nice.
    (my english is not so godd;-))

    Hugs Klaudia (Germany)

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  20. What amazing quilts LuAnn thanks for sharing. Hugs x

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  21. Such a talented group you are a member of.......

    Taking a year to recharge might be a good thing to do.......

    I got several good ideas for a Round Robin I am participating in.

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  22. Those are all gorgeous quilts. I've never been to a quilt retreat but always wanted to go. More incentive now.

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  23. These are all so wonderful. What a joy to have such a great circle of talented friends. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. these are fantastic!!! what talent you girls have...

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  25. Great quilts! I really love Claire's! My colors, and I love those snail's trails, too!

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  26. All of the quilts are gorgeous!! Well done, ladies.

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