So Angela has declared aqua to be the color for June. It's not a color I have a lot of, but I'll see what I can do.
Though the fact that I'm visiting my daughter and her family again and my stash is five hours north of me is going to complicate things. That's the second time this year that this has happened to me. From now on, I'm just going to travel with the whole stash.
Or maybe I just need a rainbow traveling stash...
I did manage to throw together a piglet in aqua -
and I'd had one more in green cut out and ready to sew, so he got assembled, too. That will finish off the May greens.
I'll have to dig through the fabrics I brought along to see if I've got anything else to play with. Mostly I'd packed up my reds, blues, and browns for my 365 Challenge blocks. I'm still dreaming that I'll get caught up with that.
And I threw in some brights to not (definitely not) cut out some more parts for Glitter blocks. Not. Because I'm not starting that quilt. Though just randomly cutting some bits of fabric isn't really starting a quilt, right?
I'm going to need another bin to keep those Not-Glitter bits in, though.
But, hey, there's some aqua in another project I threw in my busy bag - this laceweight yarn I spun years ago from some merino/tencel roving I got at a Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival.
I wound it into balls last night and then cast on for a Feather Duster. What looks like bronze in that photo is really a purple, and the yarn has a real ostrich feather coloration, so I think it will make a beautiful feathery shawl.
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