2/8/15

Sunday Morning Crazy Quilting

I have participated in a crazy quilt round robin for the past 6-7 months and my finished blocks have all come home. I am incredibly pleased with the outcome of this robin.  Everyone did a fabulous job on the block they chose to work.  This robin was called a DYB, Do Your Own Block, whereas each member made 6 blocks, all 6 1/2" in size, and as they went around in rotation, you chose one block to work on.  Your responsibility was to do an entire 6 1/2" block yourself.  No-one shared work on any given block like you do when a 12 1/2" block goes around.  We shared photos of our work throughout the robin but nothing compares to the time when you can see them in person.

I want to thank each of these ladies for my beautiful blocks!
Each photo shows that stitchers work on my block, and my work for that same stitcher.





 

23 comments:

  1. Wow! These are gorgeous, Thearica. I would love to know more about the fabrics you use and if you wash them before starting your projects. I love crazy quilting and have always wanted to make a quilt, but the ones I have seen have been made from fancy fabrics. So please share your ideas. Thanks.

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  2. Oh my goodness these are fabulous! I can't even imagine...the creativity and beauty in each of them is unbelievable.

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  3. I agree with the other comments! I have always thought that I might enjoy learning Crazy Quilting and this has pushed me even further :) I love it!
    Beth

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  4. Such wonderful blocks Thearica. I do love cq. I just finished 2 more blocks on my American Songbird project. Still a long way to go though.

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  5. Such pretty blocks! I love the images you used on your blocks.

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  6. Is there a story behind the spiders and webs? 2 people used them on your blocks. I love spiders so they caught my eye.

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  7. Wow, a lot of work went into each of these. One day, I may have to try crazy quilting.

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  8. Everyone of the are gorgeous. I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite.

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  9. Beautiful blocks! Tell us more about where you found a crazy quilt RR. I just finished up a quilting RR with some quilters from Twitter.

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  10. Such pretty blocks! Love where this is going, Thearica. So many beautiful details!

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  11. Those blocks are incredible, they're so ornate!

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  12. Don't you just love round robins! So much fun.

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  13. each block looks like ice cream cones..you just want to lick them all ...lovely

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  14. You have so many charming blocks! The detail in this type of sewing adds so much depth to a design.

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  15. I love the blocks Thearica. They are wonderful ! All those details......and the colors !
    Don't think I could do CQ....but I LOVE it so much !!

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Wilma. Shabby Royale.

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