Not much butterfly or kaleidoscope sewing went on here this month.
I did start sewing my 10 inch blocks together in a light and dark configuration although it is sometimes difficult to tell which blocks have the light corners and which blocks have the dark corners.
Maybe next month I'll have a flimsy. Or maybe not.
I have to say that these blocks only put a small dent in my butterfly fabrics but it did make a dent in my floral fabrics.
For the last several weeks I've been going on garden walks with camera in hand every afternoon after work looking for butterflies. I've seen several large monarchs and more colorful butterflies when I'm not camera ready. Don't know what this fellow thinks he's going to get from that pesky Dutchman's Pipe leaf but he sat there posing for a long time.
And this lady sat awhile sucking on wild mint flowers.
I plant Tithonia (Mexican Sunflower, an annual) every year because it usually attracts lots of butterflies; however this year all I have seen on it has been bees. But that's okay too.
I started several perennial Butterfly Bushes from seed but have yet to catch a butterfly on them either.
Did you know a group of butterflies is called a Kaleidoscope?