Friday, January 7, 2022

RSC in red

 Finishing up 2021 projects.

I made the last 2 blocks for the RSC Squares this week. Now I can play with the blocks and start stitching them together. I do need to press them first - the ironing board was full and I was too lazy to clear it off for pressing.


Peanut had to inspect the blocks.



I also cut out the wings for Erin's Butterfly in red. They are stitched into their wings. I need to press, cut the inner circle and hand stitch that to each wing and then I can baste it. I think I was planning to applique them to the background this year and add the body and antennae. 2023 for hand quilting it. I will have 9 blocks - when the red is completed I'll have 8 and just need to add one more color to the mix.

Linking up Saturday with Angela and the RSC.

10 comments:

scraphappy said...

Looks like a finish is on your horizon. Feels good to cross projects off of the to do list.

Ivani said...

Peanut sure approved, you will make a happy and colorful RSC quilt with them, Deb.

maggie fellow said...

cool quilt top

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Love those RSC Squares! They really make a great design. I think your quilt inspector agrees!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

the blocks all look so well together you will be happy with this one

Mari said...

Very cute blocks. Finish coming soon!

Kathy S. said...

Peanut seems to be the perfect quilt inspector.

Jenny said...

Lovely blocks, these will make a great quilt. Pussy cat inspection, it's part of their household duties, I think! Mine does the same.

The Joyful Quilter said...

LOVE those RSC Squares, Deb!! Best of luck with the next step. On the Butterfly Wings, too!

Susie H said...

So glad Inspector Peanut was there to keep you in line. Looks like you've been kept on the straight & narrow since your blocks look great. I'm intrigued with your butterfly quilt.