Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Liberated Round Robin: Round 2

The guideline for round 2 said the idea of a square is the shape to focus on for this round. 

Here's my LibRR piece with 4 borders, based on squares added.

It's approximately 26 inches tall and 28 inches wide (at the widest point on the bottom edge).  The smaller white log cabin blocks(above "icles" are 2".  They were made using the same foundation stamp, but pieced without the last round of logs and trimmed to size. 

I think I can, I think I can, I think I can . . . bring this quilt back to an overall rectangle shape with the next round, which is all about strings and letters.

To check out more work-in-progress, check out the links at the bottom of the WOW (WIPS on Wednesday) post on  Esther's Blog. Be sure to also check out Ether's beautiful crochet lace Tuscan Shawl ... it make me wish I knew more than the minimum when it comes to crochet.

3 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

This is turning out very "cool". I am pretty impressed by the tiny log cabin blocks.

scraphappy said...

Working liberated can make it hard to put all the pieces together into a nice shape. It makes me appreciate traditional grids. Love your colors. They are quite refreshing.

Esther said...

Yes those tiny blocks do look great. Can;t wait to see the next step in this quilt!

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