Somewhere about the middle of the week, I was struck with the desire to do some de-cluttering and organizing in my sewing room. I've gone through the drawers and bins, the closets and the shelves. UFOs have been re-evaluated, fabric re-organized and scraps sliced into strips and squares. I even took my main sewing machine to the shop for some neglected maintenance. I won't bore you with pictures, as my sewing room is still cluttered - but it's organized clutter!
Now I feel much better prepared to focus on some quilt tops that need to get finished before the end of the year AND also use spare minutes here and there to work on Rainbow Scrap Challenge blocks.
Even with all that de-cluttering, I was able to finish a Road to Tennessee block for the RSC Sampler.
And a Kentucky Crossroads block. Yup, I'm still using up chocolate scraps!
One Contrary Wife block in black and gray.
I need to finish the project on my design wall so I can lay out all my Rainbow Scrap Sampler blocks and see what colors might be lacking. I have not given much thought as to how I want to assemble them, other than I'll probably use sashing between the blocks.
After all that organizing and stuff, I'm ready for a nice cup of tea and a visit to Angela's blog to see what the other Rainbow Scrappers have been doing this week!