Here's a recap of what actually did make it to my sewing table this week:
June's Piece Bee theme was houses. Eva asked for small details inside the house as well as in the garden. I'm wishing I had framed the windows to make them look more like windows, but other than that, I like how the block turned out.
For this month's Love Circle block at do. Good Stitches, Jacey asked for scrappy improv blocks with citrus colors. I dove into the bucket o'scraps and had fun using up crumbs I had been saving for Bottled Rainbows. When those ran out, I pulled some fabric from the stash and cut small pieces to finish the blocks. I really like the look of these blocks:
I've also made progress binding a charity quilt. It's been a little challenging working on this quilt because the weather's been so gorgeous and warm- I've felt a little claustrophobic underneath the weight of it. But just one more side to stitch down on charity quilt #1 and hoping to move on to charity quilt #2.
The only box left to tick on my list is Design Camp's June project. In lieu of a block, we are making mini-quilts for the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. I've got the design and fabric worked out, it's just a matter of finding some time. My older children have plans to make cookies this afternoon while the little one naps- perfect time for me to steal away and sew for an hour.
Linking up to WIP Wednesday over at Freshly Pieced...