Round Robin 2018

2018 Round Robin Challenge with Teams

Here are the 2018 Round Robin/Challenge participants. The teams were selected by random draw and announced at the February Guild meeting. General information and rules follow the list of teams.

TEAM RED
Margie Bassford
Rebecca Johannes
Ceil Karvellas
Wendy Webb
TEAM WHITE
Susan Courtney
Baby Nelson-Folk
Julia Graves
Beth Lucas
TEAM BLUE
Brenda Ashley
Kim Hofsiss
Carolyn Hartley
Mickey Holman
INDIVIDUALS WORKING ON THEIR OWN
Gale Umemoto
Deloris Miller
Wendy Burke
Nancy Stevens
Wendy Burke
Nancy Stevens
Vickie Currie
Jean Ange
Debra Gutensen
Kathy Ashland
Paisley Ashland
Ruth Johnson
Irene Thompson
Susan Miller
Evelyn Myers
Joannie Eubanks

ROUND ROBIN AND CHALLENGE 2018 “A PLACE CALLED HOME”

General

  • This year (2018) the Waterford Quilters Guild is combining the Round Robin and the Challenge into one project called A Place Called Home. We encourage group participation, however, if you prefer to work on your own project please feel free to do so. Even if you are going to work on your own, please still add your name to the signup sheet with a notation that you will be working on your own so we won’t place your name on a team.
  • As in the past, there is a $1.00 fee to participate. This money will be used for awards.
  • Signup is open through the January 2018 Guild meeting.
  • If you are working on your own, you may begin anytime.
  • The teams (four members to a team) will be assigned and announced at the February Guild meeting. You will pass your completed owner’s row to the next Guild member on your team in March. All of the completed rows will be returned to the owner at the June Guild meeting.
  • The owner can then complete the quilt as she wishes. The quilt can be embellished with borders, sashing, beads, crystals, threads, etc.
  • A row can be any height, no shorter than 24”, and no longer than 42”.
  • The challenge quilts will be judged by viewer’s choice at the November 2018 Guild meeting.
  • Any questions or concerns please contact Brenda Ashley (kayendallc@comcast.net or 240-490-7242) or Ceil Karvellas (cckarv@gmail.com or 703-777-5588).

Brief Description of a Round Robin

A quilt that is made by a group of quilters. To begin, everyone makes a center block/row, then it is passed to the next quilter for the subsequent addition. After the second piece is completed it is passed to the next quilter until each quilter on your team has added her row. Finally, it is returned to the original owner. The 2018 Round Robin will be made in rows.

ENJOY! This can be a creative, stretching, learning experience.

The owner will not see her quilt top until July after all five rows are completed.

GUIDELINES

Commitment

When you sign up to participate you are committed to meeting the deadlines and finishing the project. Your team is depending on you!

Quality

Work on another quilter’s project as you want her to work on yours. Measure, measure, measure! Make sure your measurements are accurate. Make sure your addition and finished rows are square. If you don’t know how to do something, ASK! There are lots of help videos, and other Guild members with a wealth of information and experience.

Rules for Individuals 

  • Project (Round Robin) will be made up of five (5) rows. These rows can be assembled in any order.
  • A row can be any height, row length no shorter than 24”, and no longer than 42”.
  • One row must reflect the owner’s interpretation of the theme “A Place Called Home”.
  • Project can be hand and/or machine pieced. Any design element can be used in the quilt. For example, flying geese, half square triangles, applique, embroidery, embellishments, etc.
  • Quilt should be complete with binding when presented in November 2018 for the Challenge judging.

Rules for teams

  • Each participant of a team will be provided a box for the fabrics and completed rows, a list of the team members with contact information, and a journal to chronical the project. A row can be any height, no shorter than 24”, and no longer than 42”.
  • There will be five (5) members on each team.
  • Each quilt owner will supply the fabrics for her project. If you need additional fabric to finish your row, contact the owner to obtain additional fabric. The owner should supply a minimum of three (3) yards of fabric, which can be multiple fabrics that add up to three yards.
  • The quilt owner should make notations in the journal if there are specific directions she wants her team members to follow. For example, if she wants a particular fabric to be used as background fabric, or if it is acceptable for her team members to add their own fabrics.
  • Round Robin will be made up of five (5) rows. Row can be hand and/or machine pieced. Each team member will choose the design element she wishes for the row; for example, flying geese, half square triangles, applique, embroidery, embellishments, etc.
  • Keep in mind to choose a design element that enhances the quilt owner’s overall theme.
  • See timetable below for the completion of the rows.
    • A row completed by the project owner reflecting her interpretation of the theme “A Place Called Home” due at March Guild meeting
    • Team member 2 completed row due at April Guild meeting
    • Team member 3 completed due at May Guild meeting
    • Team member 4 completed due at June Guild meeting
  • Do not sew any of the rows together. Completed rows will be sewn together by the owner in any order she chooses when all rows are returned to her in July. The quilt owner may want to add sashing or other elements to the rows.
  • You will always pass the completed row to the same person, the quilter’s name that is below your name on the team list.
  • You will pass the completed rows to the next quilter on your team at the monthly Guild meeting. If you cannot attend the Guild meeting it is your responsibility to get the project to the next person on your team on/or before the Guild meeting date.
  • Project should be complete with binding when presented in November 2018 for the Challenge judging.