This is actually a purple cake stand, but my camera struggles with purples so I admit it looks kind of pink.
So now Cake Stand is officially a RSC 2020 quilt and will roll over into 2021. There. That's settled.
I was really glad when Angela announced a new color for RSC, both because purple is my second most favorite color to play with and because it gave me something to actually show for all the stitching I've been doing lately.
It's not that I haven't kept busy. Here you can see my nine-patches-in-progress in the upper left corner, with the postage stamp squares cut for PSP20 for August, light green for January, and yellow for whenever it might turn up on the calendar. At upper right is a couple of platefuls of Easy Peasy leader/enders, with my four-patches-in-progress all across the bottom of the picture.
And I pulled out the Demented bits and have been diligently getting more demented by the day,
but it doesn't leave much to look at. The pile of half-blocks on the left is growing higher, but one picture pretty much looks like another.
Four-patches for Sand Castles 2 are appearing, too. Normally I have tons of these on hand for assorted projects, but the first Sand Castles quilt used up a metric butt-ton of them. (Well, only 512 of them, but that's pretty close.) But you know, you've seen one four-patch, you've seen them all...
The Easy Peasies are drifting in, too. But again, not very impressive as a way to show progress.
Though here we go.
First purple Postage Stamp block. That's a bit better.
Nothing like purple to give a little flash!
Linking with SoScrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday (I'm late again!) and with Quilting is more fun than Housework for Oh Scrap! Come see what all the scrappy folk have been up to!
(And a New Blogger update - I thought I'd finally figured out and gotten settled in with New Blogger, but tonight it wouldn't let me create a new post. I've had to revert to Old Blogger in order to post all this. No idea what the problem is, but I sure wish they'd get their act together.)