I seem to remember that I have a blog laying around here someplace. Let's just dust it off a bit and see what happens.
I don't think I got much done in the way of RSC sewing, or at least I didn't think to take many photos if I did. June's blue was a pretty abysmal showing - just these two sad little fellas.
But there was quite a bit of faffing around with purple all spring.
The second one is a completed top, and the first one is awaiting borders. (I'm still dithering) (You know me, right?)
Of course, that makes this mess on my cutting mat a real treasure for July's RSC color - purple! (Thank you, Angela, for picking such a perfect and well-timed color!)
Speaking of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, anyone remember these blocks?
After making them for a couple of years for RSC, I decided that I had enough for a quilt, so I sashed and scrambled and got them to this stage.
All the rows are sewn together, and some of them are sewn to each other. I've just got three or four more long seams and three corners to sew on and it'll be ready to go.
Unless I go with some crazy kind of stripe for a border...
I'll just dither for a bit, shall I?
While all that row-sewing was going on, I used these blocks for leader/enders.
Here's the first four blocks of Hawk's Nest (from Bonnie Hunter's book "Scraps and Shirttails II"
Why, yes. I did start another quilt. Is anyone surprised?
And it wasn't all just piecing going on. There's been some quilting, too.
Notice what's in the extreme right of that picture?
I've got Moxie.
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