The June RSC color is light blue. I checked my current stacks of RSC blocks and decided the color blue is well represented, so I'm going to focus on some of last year's projects.
Last year's Carpenter's Wheel quilt top has been waiting patiently to be quilted. I tidied up the loose threads on the back and prepped the backing this week. It's now in the hands of my local long-arm quilter and I'm looking forward to seeing her creative input!
Next up - last year's Rainbow Scrap Sampler. I was able to arrange the blocks on the design wall last year, but didn't have time to piece them before I needed the design wall space for another project. I took them down in order and made notes to remind myself of the piecing plan. I'll be using white sashing between all the blocks; everything is ready to go - I just need to get started!
I was hoping to start last night, but I wound up puppy-sitting for my oldest son's new buddy. This is Moose - named in honor of one of his favorite baseball players. He's a rescue pup, about 8 months old and not well-house-trained yet. I really had to keep an eye on him last night, which was not conducive to sewing. Oh well, he and I bonded - which is probably a good thing because I'm sure I'll be doing more puppy-sitting in the future!
I'm linking up with the other Rainbow Scrappers over at Angela's SoScrappy blog today. I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone else is up to at this mid-year point!