Liz at Green Cheese Quilting
Liz had Heather's "Letter's to my Daughter" quilt first. She played off of the sail boat adding waves, and added some adorable wonky stars with a touch of fussy cut. You can read her full post here.
Jennifer at Never Just Jennifer
I had Liz's feathered star center first. After bouncing through several ideas, I added color coordinated peach HST's to frame and accent her center block. The full post can be seen here.
Leanne at Devoted Quilter
Leanne started with my New Hampshire themed quilt. Being the lone Canadian in the group she pieced these maple leaf blocks, even throwing in one red and white block for Canada. Her post and additional pictures is here.
Mary at See Mary Quilt
Mary worked on Leanne's star-themed quilt first. She added these little wonky stars with Victoria Findlay Wolfe-esque centers to bring in lots of colors. How fun! Her full post can be found here.
Chelsea Huckins at Patch the Giraffe
Chelsea started with Mary's gradient rainbow star. She drafted and pieced some color coordinated arrows to add to the block and tied out the cornerstone blocks into her border as well. Her full post is here.
Christina at WIPs and Tuts
Christina got Chelsea's solid and low-volume center stars first. She worked through a few different design options and eventually added some stars and plus blocks. Her full post is here.
Kim at Ties That Bind Quilting
Kim started with Christina's fall themed block first. She added these adorable little apple blocks and apple cores to the start that Christina started with. Her blog post and more pictures can be found here.
Heather at QA Creations
Heather worked Kim's modern bright quilt first and made this fun piece to add to the mix using a pattern from “Fresh Quilting” by Malka Dubrawsky. You can find her blog post about it here.
Round one of this round robin style bee has been so much fun and so much more challenging than I could have even imagined. Working on someone else's quilt is the hardest thing I've ever done and has really pushed me to stretch my imagination and skills to add something really special. Our next mailing deadline is November 24th. Be on the lookout for posts about round two then! Thanks for visiting. You can find a complete summary of all of our posts on my Round Trip Quilts page in the toolbar at the top of the page!
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