Saturday, February 11, 2012

Let's Do It!

Is everyone on board for the Round Robin?
Do you think we can still get a ship by date of the end of February so we can start working on each others projects by the beginning of March?

Let's say we ship out a center medallion between 16" and 24".  Feel free to send out an idea of where you would like to see the quilt go.  Maybe a travel journal that can document who worked on your quilt and why they added what they did.  Also, if you would like to have an autograph/siggie block to add to the block mention that too.

Let's sew from our own stash.

I'll propose a shipping order of:


simply ship to the person under you in the list.  Patty ships to Christy.

Does that shipping order need to be tweaked?
Do we need to set a size minimum and maximum to the round you sew to a medallion? 4" to 8"???
Let's discuss!!


Patty@inStitches said...

Oh, Good! My center is ready to go.

Maybe we should each attach a note for "special" instructions like:

Please no pink
Maximum size of ___ inches
Please sign your border
or whatever???

Unknown said...

That sounds great too me. Also is there a set amount of extra fabric we need to include in our packages? Like 1 yard or a 1/2 yard?

Jenny said...

Glad you are on board Hollie!

I would be just as happy if we each sewed from our own no extra fabric is mailed along with your center.

Does that make sense?
Is that OK?

Patty@inStitches said...

I can sure trust you all not to mess up my "masterpiece"!) I just hope you don't laugh yourself silly when you see it - IT is nothing like the WOW stuff I've been seeing on some of the websites I've been checking out. But it's totally me :Oh yes..

Unknown said...

That sounds great Jenny. The last round robin I attempted required that you send some fabric along, and I don't think I sent enough. But I like the idea of adding from your own stash.

Melissa @Lilac Lane said...

Hi everyone. I'm sorry that I can't commit to this right now. If it started this summer, I would be able to. I am undertaking a massive project and, in fact, I will probably be writing to many of you privately to ask for a little help. Thanks for understanding!

Unknown said...

I tried a Round Robin last year that failed, but I have a partially completed center. I think there was one, maybe two rounds added to it. Because of this it's a little larger, obviously, than a standard center would be to start. Would any of you mind if I submitted this as my starting point anyway? I would love to return it to it's intended purpose as a charity, round robin quilt. I realize that it would be a little larger than everyone else's, so if it bothers anyone please let me know. I really don't mind finishing it on my own and starting a new center.

Jenny said...

i think that is a fine idea Hollie! Im ok with it!