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Round Robin Row #12 with Becky

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This week I am in charge of the next row for the round robin.

If you can believe it– this is the last row!  Oh my heck. where did the time go?  Why do i still have rows to sew up?  

This row i decided to go with simple. Quick. and piecing!  I was on applique overload from the previous rows. Not that they aren't wonderful, but I am so far behind on them I couldn't handle it!  So, a pieced block is the way to go.  

patchwork posse round robin row 12

whip up 5 of these basket babies add some ric rac handles…


Since this is the last row– the next time we are meeting there will be some finishing up help.  How to decide how to put them together. What to add {borders or sashing} and all that good stuff. So catch up with me- will ya?! so i won't be the only one in cyber land to have a quilt top done from this series.
This Round Robin is totally free. Please feel free to jump in anytime and sew along with us!  
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If you are new to this and are wondering where the previous rows are– Clickety Click Here to see previous- Patchwork Round Robin Row Patterns.
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Next row will be posted: July 5th—Becky– Finishing up the quilt!!!
See you then!

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  • Mez

    Thanks, Becky, for a quick and easy row! It will make catching up more possible. I’m making steady progress, now up to the Four Pies row. The part that always takes me longest is deciding which colours to use. After that, it’s (relatively) easy!

  • Cathy vonJess

    Looking forward to reading your suggested finishing directions. Thanks for hosting this RxR !

  • posse boss

    thanks cathy! wish others would share what they have been sewing more– not just me blabbing about it. lol

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