I have a sewing circle that I belong to that meets once a month.
We decided to do a Round Robin this past year.
It entailed each person providing a center block and maybe some
fabric and any special instructions. Then each person in the group
took turns adding a border around the block.
It is kind of a fun thing to do... but as with most year long projects...
well, you know! They were just suppose to end up being table toppers...
but I do have plans to make mine larger and continue with another border of
more Dresden's (halves) and then see where to go from there.
Mine got dropped off at the local quilt shop and since I was there
last night teaching a class... I picked it up and took a peek.
I did have a good evening last night... the class was making Boardwalk
by Fig Tree & Co. It is such a fun whimsical quilt. I had one person making
it out of 30's fabrics, and someone made their's out of a more contemporary print and
then there was the one like the pattern made out of California Girl by Fig Tree.
Don't you love the sawtooth border?
I can't wait to get mine quilted! But for now it remains a shop sample.
Here is a photo that I borrowed from Joanna's blog... I think Sherri actually did the piecing of this quilt.
Isn't the quilting on it fabulous?
Oh, and guess what?
Did I tell you that I found my Yoyoville (Bunny Hill)
houses? Isn't that exciting?
They had been missing for like a year!
I found them while searching for something else... they were
inside a small project bag mixed in with a little Christmas fabric...
that still needs to get done!
But I'm so glad I found them.
I thought for sure I had tossed them out by accident.
It was a possibility.