Work on creating your initial block. This block doesn't need to end up in the center of your quilt but it will probably help you determine the colors that will be used in the rest of the project. The size of the block will influence the sizes of your additional rows and blocks!Step One is below!
We've been chattering about the Liberated Round Robin for a little while....
Have you created a center block yet? Perhaps you’ve opted to use an orphan block. It’s time to pick your color scheme; choose some fabrics; think about the finished size...for we’ll be starting our first round in just one week!
Although this step is called Center Block, your initial block does not need to end up in the center of your quilt! This first block will probably help you determine the colors that will be used in the rest of the project. The size of the block will influence the sizes of your additional rows and blocks!
As you finish each step, share your block and, if you like, the story behind your decision. If you referred to a book or website for inspiration, please include that information. Send an email to email@example.com requesting access to post photos on the Liberated Round Robin blog. Be sure to include the URL of your blog so a list of participants can be created. Label your initial photo post with your first name and ‘Center Block’ so it’s easy to find posts later on! If you'd like to post some discussion about the center block - labeling it Discussion Center Block will make it easy for people to find and follow the posts!
New rounds will be posted Fridays, on the following dates:
May 20, June 10, July 1, July 22, August 12
Click here to go to Step 2: Round 1: Triangles!