Excited for my new project that will take a year to participate in. It is similar to a round robin, but instead of adding rows to a base block/center block, you add a strip of row blocks.
To start, I must figure out what I want my quilt to be, or somewhat what I would prefer to be since other people will be making the blocks for the rest of the quilt. Nothing like TEAMWORK!
|Step 3: Leaves and 1st layer sewn down|
Step 1: Determine your background block size. I went with 9" because I wanted to use a daisy pre-print fabric my mom gave me years ago with enough space around to decide if it needs sashing or not. So I will have a variety of black/white prints for the background.
|Step 4: Layer 2|
|Step 5: Layer 3, sliced|
|Step 6: Sliced block|
Step 5: Cut random shape for layer 3. Sew edges and trim back as needed.
Step 6: Slice your quilt block in half (4.5" for my blocks) going both directions.
Step 7: Mix up your quarters how you want, sew back together.
|Step 7: Scrambled & Sewn Back Together|