I needed 8 blocks with yellow centers to round out my collection of blocks. These went quickly, as I pulled the centers from my box of 2 1/2" strips and squares. I've run through all my white on white fabric scraps, too. I've been cutting yardage for the last few sets of blocks.
All the completed yellow 9 patch variation blocks.
The design wall was empty once again, so I quickly worked out an arrangement and pinned up all the 9 patches. I color-blocked them in sets of four, which works out to a 10 x 12 block arrangement. That should make a decent sized quilt, 60 x 72. I'll decide later if it needs borders. I started stitching the blocks together last night - working in blocks of color instead of sewing long rows.
I still have another unfinished RSC project - the Sugar Bowl blocks I started a year or so ago. I kind of came to a standstill on that one because I wasn't happy with how the different fabric styles were working out. Maybe that will be an RSC project for next year.
More Rainbow Scrap Challenge inspiration at this week's linky party!