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Thread: Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #6

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    Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #6

    OK Group #6.....here is your own thread for you to post ideas, progress, rules you decide on and of course PICTURES for us all to look at. If ya'll have any problems, please let your Group Leader know and she will contact me or you can contact me directly.

    HAVE A GREAT TIME!!!!

    Group 6
    Leader - Whigrose
    Krisb
    MistyMarie
    Mhobbs
    charlottemarie
    Last edited by Qbee; 09-17-2012 at 04:43 PM.
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    Hi ladies,
    Wow, I am so excited to watch all the rows develop over the next several months.

    Please send me your contact information by PM. Include your full name, mailing address, email address and a phone number. Please, do NOT put your contact information on this board. Only send it to me and other swappers by PM- this is for your protection.

    If at any time, for any reason, you believe you will no longer be able to particpate, please let me know. Life happens, for the good and not-so- good, and we understand that. If you think you might hold up the group for some unseen reason, let us know and we will work out how to keep the rows moving and get back to you when timing is better. We have two months to complete each round.


    A few things to know:
    always send the row your make/complete to the person listed after you.

    Mailing dates are:
    1st Row – mail by Dec. 1st
    Row 2 – Feb. 1st
    Row 3 – April 1st
    Row 4 – June. 1st
    Row 5 – Aug. 1st


    A few things to think about:

    Correspondence - include with your starter row. This could be a piece paper, note card or anything you choose. Consider this your opportunity to express your preferences, such as colors, techniqes, and what not to do/use. Perhaps you prefer to join your rows when they come home to you - you would state that in your correspondence.

    Labels - Send along a label with your starter row for each person to sign. This can be as simple or fancy as you want.

    Sashings - Does anyone in the group have objections if any of the swappers wants to send along sashing to be used to join the rows together? It may affect the cost of shipping.

    Mailing the rows - What is the preference of the group - do we mail according to the dates, or do we want to mail the rows as soon as they are finished?

    What are we forgetting to address?
    Suggestions?
    Comments?

    Shall we declare our themes now? I'll start a new thread titled 'Themes'. Add your name and your theme.


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    d
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    Themes for Group 6, Row by Row

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    Last edited by Whigrose; 09-18-2012 at 07:06 AM.
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    Hi, my name is Charlottemarie, my theme is Sunbonnet Sue and her house.
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    Looks like it is just you and me so far!
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    I just sent Krisb a PM. Hopefully we'll hear from her soon.

    Will be sending one to mhobbs right away but don't have contact info for mistymarie

    best,
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    QUOTE=charlottemarie;5530661]Looks like it is just you and me so far![/QUOTE]
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    Monthly Quilting Bee Block Swap VIII- My theme is any block of kiwi greens, tangerine oranges, and a smidge of deep turquoise and dark chocolate browns.
    2012-2013 Row by Row-Groups 6 & 7 ... 2011-2012 Quilt for Quilters Swap

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    I do have some questions, since I have never one either a row or a round robin before. Do I need to name my theme, or is it "evident" from the first row that I send? I don't want to put too many restrictions on what others can do, send Sashing along? I don't think I can pick my Sashing style or fabric until I see all the rows. My general theme is the beauty of nature (including people) however anyone chooses to interpret that, whether stylistically in blocks like wild goose chase, scenery panels, or appliqué --or anything else--songbirds, big birds in flight, mountains, lakes, trees. Anything that includes those elements. Or how we have made nature yet more beautiful. With pretty barns, old outhouses, barns, and sheds. A field under plow, ready to harvest or being harvester. Water in any of it's forms--waterfalls, lakes, rivers, clouds, ice. Or water from a hand pump. Or a tap.
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    CharlotteMarie, do you have a particular version of Sunbonnet Sue that you particularly like? And is there a pattern available for Sue's house or do we pick our own?
    I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.

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    Hi Krisb, Any Sue you want to do is fine. I haven't done my houses yet, but it is because I can't decide on one thing. I just love both things and want to incorporate them into a quilt. As far as any specifics, I want a light blue background. It can be tone on tone or just plain light blue fabric. I have seen lots of both patterns on this board and the only thing I don't want is wonky. Plain houses and plain sues I guess. Sue can be scrappy and houses can be scrappy. Just colorful is what I want. Does that make sense?
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    Hi Krisb;
    No one is required to name their theme - it more or less is for the sake of fun and to get everyone excited and start conversations among the group members.

    I love how 'open-ended' you are about your possible theme. Makes me want to put my thinking cap on and start mulling over all the endless possibilities.

    Still trying to connect with a couple of group members who seems to be missing. :-( Let's keep our fingers crossed they show up soon.

    best,
    d


    QUOTE=Krisb;5536755]I do have some questions, since I have never one either a row or a round robin before. Do I need to name my theme, or is it "evident" from the first row that I send? I don't want to put too many restrictions on what others can do, send Sashing along? I don't think I can pick my Sashing style or fabric until I see all the rows. My general theme is the beauty of nature (including people) however anyone chooses to interpret that, whether stylistically in blocks like wild goose chase, scenery panels, or appliqué --or anything else--songbirds, big birds in flight, mountains, lakes, trees. Anything that includes those elements. Or how we have made nature yet more beautiful. With pretty barns, old outhouses, barns, and sheds. A field under plow, ready to harvest or being harvester. Water in any of it's forms--waterfalls, lakes, rivers, clouds, ice. Or water from a hand pump. Or a tap.[/QUOTE]
    My best is the least I can do.
    Mug Rug #2 Swap
    Monthly Quilting Bee Block Swap VIII- My theme is any block of kiwi greens, tangerine oranges, and a smidge of deep turquoise and dark chocolate browns.
    2012-2013 Row by Row-Groups 6 & 7 ... 2011-2012 Quilt for Quilters Swap

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