Welcome to Round SIX of the Stay at Home Round Robin!! This week's prompt was offered by Susan @ Quilt Fabrication. Her choice?? Log Cabins. I'm NOT a fan of making those, so I'm not sure how I will wade through this week.
Let's see if I was able to stay caught up with the other SAHRR makers...
I actually did make some progress on Round 6 by starting three Log Cabin blocks to add to my slowly growing quilt:
I added layer upon layer...
... Until they each got as big as I thought they needed to be:
Then, I started playing with the layout:
Until I landed on this one:
Which is where I left it for this week...
Because I just couldn't decide where I wanted to go from there. I had hoped to remain caught up on my Stay at Home Round Robin (I still released this post a little early, again so I wouldn't miss the Link Party @ Susan's blog!) Here it is in its current incomplete six-"round" state:
Just in time to check out the Round 7 prompt from Gail @ Quilting Gail.
Sharing with Alycia
Until next time...
SEW to grow a quilt!!
Your project is growing well, I love it!ReplyDelete
I think yours is my favorite of all the SAHRR's. Between the colors and the teensy houses, it just makes me smile! :)ReplyDelete
I am so glad I wasn't even tempted to join this round robin. I would have had a difficult time making all these blocks into a coherent whole. It has been interesting, though, to see how each participant has adapted the concept to keep from winding up with a gigantic quilt at the end.ReplyDelete
I like your log cabins in the wonky improv style you used, Joy! They fit the style of your rectangular (instead of round!) robin really well! There have been times when I wished I had done something a little more like yours rather than the traditional way I actually did.ReplyDelete
Love how your SAHRR is going rectangular. The Wonky Log Cabins look good. Just a little more work left for that clue!ReplyDelete
You can knock out those last few LC's in no time! The overall design is looking good!ReplyDelete
I really enjoy your process! Love the colors, and your wonky stars look great.ReplyDelete
Kudos to you for continuing to play along... I got stopped at round one!ReplyDelete
I like the balance the log cabin blocks bring, they mimic the color density in your keyboard row. Nice!ReplyDelete
The Quarter logs are cute! So its more like a row quilt right? I really like how it is growing and all the unique aspects of it!ReplyDelete
You are making great progress. Well done.ReplyDelete