Stay At Home Round Robin: Part 4

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Here are the purple and the blue Round Robin Quilts with the arrows added.  I’m happy that I have enough Island Batik fabric to complete these 2 quilts.  I used the Accuquilt Go to make the flying geese (Dies 4 & 5 from the 8″ Cube set).


I had a few “hiccups” as I was making the arrow borders.  See the video for details!


Linky Party:

Here is a Linky Party for you to show off your work!  You have a few options for posting … you can post a link to your blog, a link to your Instagram or a link to a Pinterest page.

Even if you’re not participating in the Stay at Home Round Robin – go visit the linking blogs to see what they are doing.  Do you see the one that put it on point?  That’s part of the freedom of a Round Robin – I LOVE it!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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Next Round: Part 5

The next round for the Round Robin is squares.  It can be anything … wonky squares, square in a square, 4 or 9 patches – the choice is yours.

A Friday Finish

This week on the Facebook guild page the challenge was to make a “heart” quilt … any size …  People in the Vancouver area are putting hearts in their windows to honour the front line workers during the pandemic.   I decided to make a quilt that would be large enough to hang in the window so that it could be clearly seen from the street.  I used this pattern: Color My Heart Mini Quilt from the Fat Quarter Shop.  It’s a nice easy pattern.  However, typical of me, I adjusted the pattern and used 6½” blocks to make it bigger.  It turned out bigger than I wanted and that meant I had to piece the backing.  Oh well, it’s done now!


Yes, I used more of my Dr. Suess fabrics … I still have some left, but not a lot!  It was fun to quilt it with hearts of all shapes and sizes!

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting!   


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12 thoughts on “Stay At Home Round Robin: Part 4

  1. Hello Gail, A Stay Ay Home Round Robin is a brilliant idea. Also, I love your hearts quilt. It must have been fun enlarging a pattern for a mini!
    Thank you for linking up with Free Motion Mavericks!
    Love, Muv

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  2. Love that heart, and especially the heart quilting! So cute! I’ve heard different movements of things in windows (bears, hearts, rainbows) but haven’t seen any in my area.

    I really love your round robin quilts! Makes me think the medallion quilt challenge may not be worth dreading 🙂 You make it look fun and easy!

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    • Hi Emily!
      Thanks! The heart is SEW easy!!!
      I wasn’t even thinking of the medallion challenge when I started this … I’ll need to look into that more closely – but it’s not due for a long time yet!
      Happy Quilting! 🙂


      • The Medallion challenge is the one I’m, not so much dreading, just not looking forward to. I typically don’t like borders and a quilt that’s all borders has never sounded like fun to me. Happy Quilting 🙂

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  3. These are looking good, and so different with the way you’ve done the arrows. I am now behind on mine, as I’m trying to talk hubby into the arrows round. He wants me to stop now, but maybe with round 5 being squares, I can stop after that. Of course, I could always start another!

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    • Hi Susan! You have done a fabulous job on your round robin! There’s no requirement to do all the rows! And YES, you could always start another!!
      Happy Quilting! 🙂


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