Saturday, July 18, 2015

RSC Red's

I am a little late in the game on the Reds.... BUT!! I am getting there!

I have dug out all the Red 30's prints and they are all trimmed up to 2 1/2 inches!!!  I am ready to sit and do some stitching..... Which will have to wait just a bit - but I am ready!

I did make the executive decision to not include the Christmas 30's prints.  So I will have to come up with something for those - but, well, they didn't mix well with these.

My dog and I took a walk and when we came back she was on high alert
"Look Momma, those big dogs got out.... More are coming Momma!
I'll protect you"

She loves me that way

 This guy was my riding buddy
I laughed because 
I haven't mastered the art of sitting on a moving animal
while shooting a moving animal

For more Scrappy Goodness in Red head over to:

So Scrappy RSC link


The Joyful Quilter said...

Lovely photos, as always! Good luck making time for those RED scraps that are waiting for your attention.

scraphappy said...

Lots of people seem to be having trouble getting their reds to play nicely together. Glad you found a solution though. Looks like you are ready to sew.

PaulaB quilts said...

Your pile of reds looks like it will mix up very well. I haven't yet done my balloon blocks but I still have another week. Will look forward to seeing yours then. The eagle shot is great! By the way, what is a row by row? I have been seeing referrals to it lately. Does it have to do with quilt shops?

Quiltdivajulie said...

Fun reds - great eagle photo!

Dasha said...

Great shot of the eagle!

Kevin the Quilter said...

I think I need to come out for another ride! If not that, I will just sit outside with the guard dog! LOL

Kate said...

You pulled some pretty reds for this week.

Deb A said...

What great photo's! Hmmm I have a little bucket of 30's prints.... might have to pull some out to play. Thanks for the reminder.

Sheila said...

Great pictures. Beautiful red prints.

Magpie Sue said...

Sometimes the hardest part of a project is just getting started! Now that your fabrics are ready you can really have some fun. :-)