The color for this month's Rainbow Scrap Challenge is pink. I didn't find a lot of pink scraps in my stash, but I managed to use them in creative ways (I think). I'm not finished working on my round of RSC projects, but the scraps have decreased to the point where I may have to make some new ones!
I completed two Windblown Wishes blocks this afternoon. Pink wraps up all the blocks I plan to make for this quilt, so the next step is getting a flimsy assembled. Maybe that will happen by the end of the year?
All kinds of random scraps got turned into pinwheel blocks. I've accumulated quite a stack of pinwheel blocks, but I'm going to keep making them through the end of this year's RSC. I do have a plan for them, but I'm not ready to start assembling them yet.
The scant amount of pink scraps led me to try strip piecing a pink 49-patch block. I used Bonnie Hunter's Scrappy Trip Around the World piecing technique, but modified it for my needs. I think this might be my favorite 49-patch block so far! Since these are only 7" blocks, I'll be making more of them for next year's RSC.
For more pink scrappy fun, check out today's link-up at Angela's Soscrappy blog.