It is with great pride that we present the 2013 Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue quilt. For the 2013 project, the quilters were challenged to make blocks that represent the theme of the RRCUS national specialty and/or the state of Kansas. Traditional "bear paw" blocks were included in the quilt to reflect the frontier spirit of Kansas. The result is a creative, beautiful and colorful block-pieced ridgeback quilt. Our ridgebacks, many of which are rescues, inspired the designs in the quilt blocks.
The finished size of the quilt is 56 inches square (142 cm by 142 cm). Laraine Caponi completed the quilt layout and assembly. Pat Ottaway made the quilt label. Custom longarm machine quilting was completed by Donna Laing of North Star Quality Quilting, Warminster, Pennsylvania.
An ample hanging sleeve is sewn to the back of the quilt, so it is ready to be displayed on a quilting rod as a decorative wall hanging. As with every other rescue quilt, this year's quilt was made with love for all ridgebacks.
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