Thursday, April 17, 2008

Row by row

A row quilt is a quilt where each robin member makes a row in a specific width or length (MAXIMUM of 54” PLEASE), determines the theme and then passes the quilt to the remaining robin members of their group who each make another row until eventually the set of rows return to the quilt owner who puts all of the rows into a quilt. The quilt owner determines whether his/her quilt will be in a vertical or horizontal orientation, the widths/lengths above apply to both vertical and horizontal row by row quilts.

Go to for a sample or just look up row quilting on the net.

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