Sunday, February 10, 2019

RSC19 & Giraffe's

This is the first year that I've participated in the RSC challenge.  I'm a bit behind.  I finished the last three January blocks Friday night.  These blocks are called Cut Glass Dish.  They are the same blocks that Mari at The Academic Quilter is using. 
January RSC19 blocks

I've pulled some yellows for February's blocks.
yellows for RSC (February)

I've been stitching half the weekend on the Giraffe baby quilts.  Now I have Giraffe bodies to go with the Giraffe heads.


I still need to stitch up the necks for all 3 quilts.  I need to have these quilt tops finished before next weekend. 


10 comments:

  1. Glad to see the heads have bodies-looking forward to necks :-)

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  2. So nice yellows. And lovely giraffes, I have to make some myself soon.

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  3. I'm chicken to join the RSC challenge - I'd be forever behind. I love your red/white cut glass dish blocks - they are striking. Looking forward to seeing your giraffes assembled. We have another storm starting this afternoon. Forecast: snowy with quilting for the next two days. ~Jeanne

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  4. Great block for the RSC. Love the yellows you pulled. The giraffe herd is coming along.

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  5. I have been organizing my sewing room and really need to get back to doing the RSC. I have oodles of scraps to use up.

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  6. Ooh, great blocks! Love the giraffes, too! They make such nice quilts.

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  7. Fortunately, RSC repeats every year, so you’re not really behind! You can skip a month and no one will hold you accountable. Also, welcome to the rainbow party!

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