I'm really excited about going to my Quilt Guild meetings this year! I proposed doing a Round Robin quilt project and our president, Kim, liked the idea, so tomorrow I will be presenting it to the guild.
My plan is to have everyone who wants to participate bring a 12 1/2" unfinished block to our March meeting. They will need to put their block in a tote bag labeled with their names and can put extra fabric in if they desire. In March, everyone will also get a Round Robin Booklet detailing each month's project with room for each participant to write notes for the quilt owner.
Here is my sample Round Robin quilt. I'll be showing this tomorrow too, because it's hard to picture something without an actual image.
As you can see, my Round Robin quilt project will have a Log Cabin setting. The center will be the 12 1/2" block that everyone brings in March. Then we'll get started with the different logs around the center block. I look forward to seeing how things will turn out, particularly as this is my very first Round Robin project plan.
I haven't made my own block yet, so you'll have to stop back to see what I come up with. I'm thinking something modern featuring a collection of fun modern fat quarters that I bought at Quilt Market in 2016. (Yes, I haven't used them yet.)
My goal will also be to show you what row I'm working on each month for the project. Maybe you'd like to make your own quilt right along with me? If you are interested, stay tuned in March for our first Round Robin row.