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Last month I returned the final quilt in my round robin with SCVQA guildmates back to its owner, but I forgot to share it on the blog. This is Suzanne’s garden quilt starting block. She included tons of fabric for us to use and the final round of the project was to add snowballs or log cabins. All I can tell you is that I chose snowballs. ;-)

The quilts are all back with their owners, but I haven't seen the finished tops/quilts yet. I look forward to sharing them with you when I do. You can see the starting blocks from each quilt in these four posts:

I'm participating in the 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge with Cheryl of muppin.com.

Yesterday I passed along the penultimate round robin project to the final maker. You can see all the details in the Round Robin Kickoff post. The project I worked on for Cherese in September was a lovely mix of bright solid-reading batiks paired with black and white and black on black prints. She started her project with a 12" star block below for the center of her quilt. In round four we were supposed to add four-patch or flying geese units to the project. I look forward to sharing what I added.

Sew the rainbow!

Working on this project really makes me want to get back to my Patchwork City blocks. The bright color with black and white is such a great combination!

The round robin with four other SCVQA quilters continues. This month I have Susan's chicken quilt. We're not sharing any sneak peeks so I can't reveal what I've added to her project (this round was "quilters choice"), but this is the chicken panel she started with.

Susan would like a rectangular lap quilt, and asked that nothing be wonky. She provided all the fabric for the round robin, a huge selection of chicken prints (including feathers and chicken wire) as well as a variety of teal blenders. So many options!

Susan is doing her own version of a chicken quilt at home, following the same guidelines as our group round robin, but sewing each round herself. You can view the current state of her at-home version on her blog, QuiltFabrication. (P.S. I love theses watermelon wedges she made recently!)

See the project I worked on in round 2 and my starting block.