I've long wanted to participate in a round robin and my opportunity has finally arrived!
Music City Modern Quilters decided to offer voluntary participation in a round robin this year and 12 of us jumped at the chance. For convenience, we divided into two groups of 6. Each person makes a starting block, then passes it on to the next name on the list. Each person can add plain or pieced borders, maybe all around or maybe off center. Each month we pass what we worked on to the next name on the list and in July we'll have a top of some size.
This is the block I made. The plain squares are really white -- Kona Snow -- I just can't adjust the color enough.
This is the block that was passed on to me.
I've already pulled some fabrics that I think will complement it. Now to decide what to do. I'm already thrown off because I anticipated that I might set the block on point! Maybe I could pass it on and say I'm done .... No, I couldn't do that. Maybe some flying geese? The challenge here is trying to know the maker while letting your own muse take control. It will certainly be interesting to see what we all get back in July.