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Jul 7, 2010

Stay At Home Robin

Kate is hosting a "Stay At Home Robin".........what is that?  Well, I'm sure we're all familiar with Round Robins where a group of people make their own center blocks then pass their blocks around to each person who that borders are added. By the time you get your quilt back, you'll have your center with several appropriate borders.
Kate's idea is to do everything yourself but on a very small scale.  If you're interested, pop over to her blog, scan down to July1st to read the instructions and ideas.
This is a great way to use up some of those scraps that keep piling up.


The Calico Cat said...

I was in a round robin with Kate - she used a very nice orange when she worked on my round.

My original impulse to comment - I had always called this idea a "nesting robin." Same idea different name.

creativedawn said...

It's a lovely idea. Are you going to participate?

hugz, Pam

Quilter Kathy said...

Are your going to play along?
I want to participate but can't decide between my 2 ideas, so I might try both of them!


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