Thursday, December 16, 2010

Barb's Neighborhood

Earlier this year Barb convinced a few of us to join her in a Row Robin swap. I recently finished the last row on Barb's quilt.


Barb made the top row of houses. She also sent along the blue and green fabric that you see we all used in our rows. Barb used it in her row as the sky and grass.


I decided to make a row of flowers. There was one large piece of blue fabric that was just the right length for the background of my row. Perfect! I used the green as one of the stems and the leaf  in each flower pot.



I fused my pieces to the background and then hand appliqued everything down using floss and the buttonhole stitch. I wanted the flowers to have some dimension so I made yo-yos for the centers.

This was a fun quilt along. Thanks Barb and all the ladies that worked on my rows. I can't wait to see my rows and get them sewn together into a cozy quilt!

8 comments:

Maria said...

Barb's Row Quilt is looking great. love your flowers Robin.
I have participated in both a ROW by ROW and a Round Robin quilts and was delighted with them both when they returned.
I am sure yours will be beautiful too.

Barb said...

It's a wonderful day in the Neighborhood!

Glad you joined us...it has been fun and today I am going to ask my niece if I can have things sent to her....

Thanks for the wonderful row!!

Stray Stitches said...

What a darling quilt. Sounds like a fun group to participate in.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

It looks great, such talent all in one place.

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Well--some things get done in life one row at a time!!!!
Those look like nice healthy flowers--what kind of plant food did you feed them?????
Hugs, Di and miss gracie

Micki said...

That is so cute! It is a neat round robin.
Micki

Katie :o) said...

Love the row quilt! It is beautiful :o) Have a very merry Christmas!

SewCalGal said...

Very cute Robin. I do love row quilts and your flower row works so well on this quilt. What fun.

Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

SewCalGal
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