Welcome to (Not so) Mini Monday... a little bit early!! It's the way it's going to be for the duration so that I don't miss the Link-up. I shared the beginning of Round One of my 2023 Stay At Home Round Robin (SAHRR) last week. It's time for Chris @ Chris Knits Sews reveal our task for Round Three.
And the verdict is...
What do you have planned, Joyful???
Once I decide on the fabrics I will use, we'll see what I can come up with.
Here's where I left things with Round 2...
A column of blocks to give greater length to the center of my quilt:
Round 3 for my SAHRR is still very much up in the air...
I'm not quite sure what I want to do, but I'm planning to begin by making 4 blocks.
What will you DO with them, Joyful???
My idea is to have them serve as cornerstones for last week's new central panel.
I found these four Hourglass blocks when I was searching for fabric:
Unfortunately, they truly don't work with my growing quilt, so I selected these fabrics to make some Hourglass blocks of my own:
I do like the idea of bringing the "gold" out to the next round, but don't have enough mental bandwidth left this week to firm up a plan.
I did make a few Hourglass blocks:
This is where I left it:
Until curiosity got the better of me...
With that much done, I was going to hit the PAUSE button until next week's prompt is released. I couldn't do it! I had to try out a few ideas even though the lighting was terrible.
Cornerstones with unidentified borders between:
Left and right block borders. More blocks would be required for this option:
Cornerstones with the "golden" border between doesn't look like it will make the cut:
Please, visit the other participants in this week's Link Party and stop back here to see how my quilt will progress with Round Four.
Here's this year's SAHRR hosting schedule:
Until next time...
Sew a Round!!!