We finally got around to making the exchange for the next round! I thought we made the last exchange at Thanksgiving, but I’ve been informed it was actually last May! A quick check to the blog post confirms this fact, so I hope the next few round will be a bit faster.
Here is our progress:
The addition to this one is the little scene showing my grandparents’ old house. Pieces of fabric from all the round robin quilt have been added. Can you identify them?
Fabulous feathers and an arrow have been added to this string quilt.
Stripes and circles were added here. This was my contribution and I would probably applique the circles if I did it again. I got a lot of practice with curves though!
The simplicity of the flying geese border helps to brighten up this piece.
More flying geese and teacups in the corners, partially obscured by a baby that refused to move. One of the teacups features the little red robin!
These flying geese bring out the triangle theme from the centre and continue to feature Kaffe Fassett fabric (always a favourite!).
I hope you enjoy the update on progress, and I hope the next instalment will take less time than 11 months!