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Thread: Round Robin WIP

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    Senior Member SnowQuilt's Avatar
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    I love it. Great job. :thumbup: :thumbup: Was it hard to do?

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    Your quilt is fantastic and I especially love the use of yoyos as snowballs and swooping them into other borders. Very cool.... pun intended!

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    Beautiful quilt!

    I will watch this topic to see HOW you did the center panel.

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    That is a darling quilt. I love it. The fabric in your border we are using behind small stars in a raffle quilt we are doing with one of my groups. I love that fabric.

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    WOW, that is great, would love to know how to take pictures and recreate them in fabric.

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    Wow that is really lovely

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    OMG, how do you do that? I've gotta try! That's just awesome! I recently retired and didn't have alot of time to quilt while I was running my business. I apparently missed out on alot. Please send me a link or let me know what to google.

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    This is so neat, another one I have always wanted to try...but probably won't ever. If I had all the quilts done that I have wanted to, I would have a bunch...lol

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    Super job !!!
    Really outstanding lifetime memory quilt

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    In 2008, I decided that I was going to make a pictorial quilt from an actual photograph. With a little help from Photoshop, I was able to edit the photo enough to see what kind of pieces and how many fabrics I would need to recreate it. I made a template and enlarged it. From there, it was a lot of cutting and placing fabric here and there.
    I am in the process of writing a book about it with a goal to have it finished and copyrighted this year.

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    OMG that is beautiful!

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    That center panel is sooo cool.

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    oh my Goodness! This quilt will be in your family forEver. It's Wonderful. :-)

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    Wow! Very nice job!

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    I love this! Did you take a class or do you have a book that shows how to make a quilt from a picture? I have a picture of my grandson fishing that I would love to make into a quilt but I have absolutely no idea where to start or how. Thanks for sharing!

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    how beautiful! and a wonderful keepsake, no doubt. You captured them perfectly.

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    Wonderful! What a memory!

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    Wow...you hit the pic spot on! Great job on that and I love what you are doing with the borders too...fun!

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    WOW!!!! great job! It never ceases to amaze me of the great talent on this board and you fit real nice in that category :)

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    First, congrats on a great looking quilt! I love the pic, and what you have done on each border.

    I have heard this type of robin to be called a Roosting Robin, as it doesn't go anywhere, but stays right at home.

    Please keep us informed on all the rules for the different steps, so maybe we can make our own quilt someday, using the "rules" of the Roosting Robin.

    It is a little less scary than to be involved in a Round Robin, becuase you don't have to worry about different skill levels (either your own, or that of another participant), you don't have to worry that what someone else thinks coordinates - you hate, or that it will get lost somewhere along the way.

    Of course, you also lose the wonderful surprise and suspense of the Round Robin!

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    I love it!!!

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    Really nice :-P

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    You are quite a fabric artist---gorgeous!!! Love your colors and your center is to die for.
    Kudos, Kutnso

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    Really cute!

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    Wow!!!!!!! That is Awesome!!! Thanks for sharing!..Honestly I am impressed!

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