Each quilter provided a starting block to be added to by 5 other group members in a Traditional (adding fabric on all sides) or Improvisational (adding fabric anywhere) style. Quilts were passed on every 2 months. The final quilt top was returned to the "starter" in the fall.
Traditional means a center block (pieced, appliqued, or whole cloth), square or rectangular 10 to 12" on a side. Subsequent quilters added a 3” to 8" border on all 4 sides.
Improvisational means a similar center block, (pieced, appliqued, or whole cloth), however fabric could be added to one, two, three or all four sides in 2" to 6" in widths.
View the discussion of Traditional quilts on Zoom here
View the discussion of Improv quilts on Zoom here
View the 2022 Round Robin gallery of finished quilt tops here.