What are you most proud of? I love that I went out of my comfort zone in 2003 to commit to the 8 women/8row round robin in the first place as that was a totally new experience to trust strangers with rows in my quilt using my fabric box. I also am so glad I got it back out of the closet and finished the missing row (one gal got sick) and added one row for length and quilted it in panels all by MYSELF! I did not send it out to be quilted by a longarmer and I got the job done. This quilt is using all scraps and stash that was in my collection in 2003 when we started. I also recycle flannel or wool blankets into my quilts as my battings and that worked great. .The back is also pieced from old stash. A very green eco-friendly project. What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can make any large sized quilt in free motion style with a domestic machine as long as you break it up into sections or pieces that are in YOUR own comfort level for free motioning. I viewed it as if I was quilting three super long and wide table runners (which I knew i could manage, right?) and then joining them together. You could also have done a large quilt like this in quarter sections too if you felt comfortable with that body of a quilt sandwich in your machine. You too can eat a millennial elephant one bite at a time! :)
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