Pink is the color for February's Rainbow Scrap Challenge, which makes me a happy quilter indeed! I'm a fan of the color pink in all its radiant glory, so a month of playing with pink should be good fabric therapy.
I managed to sew some 9 patch blocks together.
And I put together parts for more 9 patches after digging through the 2 1/2" strips and squares bin.
Once the 9 patch blocks are finished (I need eight of them), I'll focus on making some Scrap Jar Star blocks in reproduction fabrics.
I don't have a lot of pink reproduction scraps, but I did pull these from the Austen Family Album project.
These repro pinks were in the stash, so I guess I'll be cutting some new scraps to complete my SJS blocks.
And since I had to go to the Quilted Owl last week for fabric for my Austen Family Album quilts, I also managed to pick up a few pink fat quarters.
That has been the extent of my pink playtime so far this month. There's lots more pink inspiration over at Angela's Soscrappy blog, so if you need more pink fabric therapy, go take a look!