Well, here we are again with the Round Robin Finale Part 2. I think some of us thought we might never get to this point but we did and really enjoyed seeing all the final quilt tops.
This one is Audrey's. The colours are soft and gentle, just like Audrey.
Hers is huge - the largest at 90" square.
My contribution was the pink floating squares and yes, they took a while!
Del chose a really cute stitcherie which she copied from a card that started out about 2" square!
I added a border of tumblers - go to love my Accuquilt Go!
We all loved the centre of Andrea's! How cool is this!
This ended up such a pretty quilt.
I had it easy and added the think dark blue followed by one of my favourite florals and echoed the circle in the middle by using my new drunkard's path templates.
Cynthia had us all stumped! What to do with this. She explained that she wanted something bright, in your face, and something that sort of had an islander feel.
She also said she wanted a single bed sized quilt so when I was my turn I elongated it.
I added the purple panels with the hibiscus flowers on them. Cynthia was the only one who wasn't there on Wednesday so I hope she likes it.
I love this split border - tiny pieced squares look so good there!
And finally mine. This ended up being the smallest quilt of all. The little stitchery in the middle was done by my mum before she passed away. 1930's fabrics just seemed to compliment the colours in the stitching perfectly.
This is the only one that I don't have a good photo of from the day and I also don't have one of me standing in front of it - which is actually quite a good thing if you ask me!
Audrey mimicked the flowers that my Mum had embroidered when she did her borders and she also added buttons which I love. I used to often suggest embellishing some of our group quilts with buttons but noone else likes that idea so I don't suggest it anymore but I am glad they are on my quilt. I would have loved that as a little girl.
Glenys did a yellow piano key border and added grandmother's fan cornerstones, another of my favourite blocks.
Cynthia added more little flowers to match my Mum's. Just such a lovely thoughtful little touch.
And you can't beat the tiny yellow squares and the flying geese and pinwheels - two more favourite blocks of mine.
When it is finished, hopefully later this year, this is going on the day bed in my office where there will be no teenage boys eating or drinking anywhere near it!
Till next time...........happy stitching!