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Aug 15, 2011

Rockin' Robin Quilt Along: Quilt Tops

Aug 15, 2011
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The big day!!  The whole quilt top is put together and revealed.....


I am extremely happy with the way my quilt top came out and can't wait to see it quilted.  I'm thinking some playful quilting by the houses will be a lot of fun....  I'm SO glad I decided to go with the color gradation across the quilt.  I think it makes the Central Park prints visually relaxing since there are so many prints included in a layer cake.

How is your Rockin' Robin quilt top coming along?  Remember that all quilt tops finished by August 22 will be entered into the GiveAway....  so hopefully, we'll see your big reveal before then too!!

Rockin' Robin GiveAway (3 winners chosen at random) - 2 - $25 gift certificates for the Fat Quarter Shop and 1 Metro Market (8) fat quarter bundle from the Fabric Shoppe




Be sure to check out the other host's colorways to see their finished quilt tops:

Heather and Megan's at QuiltStory

Lisa at That Crazy Quilty Girl

Melissa at Lilac Lane

and Jen at Reannalily Designs.
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12 comments:

  1. love the color gradation!! very nice.

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  2. Oh, I love how you put together all the blocks! I'm working on mine - all the blocks are done, so now I am just playing with the layout. I will DEFINITELY finish by the 22nd :) Thanks for hosting...this was one of the more fun quilt-alongs I have done!!

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  3. That is really cool that you've created vertical rows, in your horizontal rows- using color. Very cool.

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  4. I am doing a color gradation on mine too, but mine goes from top to bottom :D Great minds think alike.

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  5. you quilt top is lovely. I really like the Central park in this quilt.

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  6. I truly love how the top turned out - LOVE the colour gradation.

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  7. Very pretty, Anne Marie! I'm wondering how you'll quilt this...

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  8. That is such a beautiful and interesting quilt! Fabulous colors!

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  9. Now that you're all done, I'm curious as to whether you're glad you chose to use a layer cake. Was there plenty of fabric? Any close calls? I love your choice of Central Park (one of my all-time favorites). Before I get started on my own rockin robin, I'd like to learn from your experience.

    Thanks.
    Beth
    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  10. Love all the colors in the quilt. I really like the row of hexagons. I went to see the others and I like the gray background too.
    Your quilt is fabulous. Can't wait to see the quilting you do especially around the houses.

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  11. I love how your quilt top turned out! This has been such a neat quilt-along to watch :)

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