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Round Robin Rebels

A creative explosion was the result when four quilt designers took on a project that pushed all their personal boundaries. See the journey each designer and their quilt took in this No-Rules Round Robin.

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Gudrun Erla

Gudrun from GE Designs joined the Round Robin to push her creative boundaries and get out of her comfort zone. Her starting rectangular block was transformed into a modern wall hanging with the additions of the other designers.

See a slideshow of Gudrun's Round Robin.

Watch Gudrun talk about her quilt.

Visit Gudrun's blog.

 

Kari Carr

Kari of New Leaf Stitches started her first Round Robin with a lot of excitement and a little intimidation. As each designer added thoughtful borders and design elements, her initial block blossomed into a beautiful quilt.

See a slideshow of Kari's Round Robin.

Watch Kari talk about her quilt.

Visit Kari's blog.

Terri Degenkolb

Terri of Whimsicals loved the idea of total creative freedom that the Round Robin promised. She started her project with a little coloring outside the lines, and that encouraged the other designers to help make a fun and whimsical quilt.

See a slideshow of Terri's Round Robin.

Watch Terri talk about her quilt.

Visit Terri's blog.

 

Terry Atkinson

Terry of Atkinson Designs did her research on Round Robins before starting her quilt. The end result was something unexpected--and something that shows the true collaboration between designers.

See a slideshow of Terry's Round Robin.

Watch Terry talk about her quilt.

Visit Terry's blog.

 

Doing Your Own Round Robin?

Download cute invitations, journaling cards, and quilt labels to turn your own Round Robin into an event to be remembered!

Get the free downloads here.

 

Want more?

Join the Round Robin Rebels on Facebook to see what they (and others) are doing for their Round Robin. Plus, share your own stories and struggles.

"Like" them on Facebook here.

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