That being said, I'm trying to get a little bit more organized by investing in some bins. And some labels. (I'm told that labels are very important for organizing. I'm testing it out and will report back later.)
The monkeys said that bright light hurts their eyes, so they prefer to live in the shoebox. Privately, I suspect they just like to plot their shenanigans out of sight. I'm willing to play along, but if they get too rowdy, I'm getting the duct tape.
Most of the blocks I made for RSC2016 will continue into RSC2017 - the Jacks & Sixes, the Buckeye Beauties, the Whatchacallit Star, the Rainbow Regatta wee ships, and Chantal's Pinwheels. I'm also making Centennial stars, which caught my fancy in October and clamored to be included. Since I'd planned to stop making piglets after Higgledy Piggledy was done, I figured I could add another block to my rainbow tsunami. But, I'm probably going to just keep on making piggies, since I have almost enough left over to make another quilt anyway, and besides, I'd miss making the little rascals every month.
And my beloved Kaleidoscopes...
Angela says purple is the color for January, so since I have all those purples out for En Provence anyway, I decided to go ahead and make a purple kaleidoscope.
So, this is either the first block of RSC2017, or the last block of RSC2016. Tough call.
Linking with So Scrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday. Come see all the fun!
And that kaleidoscope means I can link to Kaleidoscopes of Butterflies over at Sane, Crazy, Crumby Quilting. Come see!