Hi blog! I've missed you! Life has been keeping me away from you, but I'm back and ready to share some stitching fun.
Summer started out with a family trip to Wisconsin. Even though I grew up in Florida, I was born in Wisconsin, and both my parents have extensive family history there. Somehow, I wrangled both boys and my dear hubby into making this trip to visit family and family history sites. We had a great trip and made lots of great new memories!
Once we got back from our trip, it was back to work and back to stitching. I needed to make a fourth orange Tiny Tuesday block. I struck off on my own for this block, as this Hayes Corner block (upper left) tickled my fancy.
Once the orange Tiny Tuesday blocks were wrapped up, it was time to dig into a new batch of scraps. Dark blue is the Rainbow Scrap Challenge color for June, and I jumped in and made a blue Burgoyne Surrounded block.
Next up - Ring of Stars blocks. They look pretty good in dark blues!
Sugar Bowl blocks are still on the menu, too. After finishing these RSC blocks, there was a noticeable decrease in the pile of dark blue scraps and chunks!
And so my RSC blocks for the month are done. There are still Tiny Tuesday blocks to make each week, but now I can direct my stitching time to catching up on my Hospital Sketches blocks. Of course, there's always
temptation inspiration to be found in the weekly Rainbow Scrap link-up!