It's a new month and a new color for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge: pink (with a dash of lime for those so inclined). I had all my pink and white scraps ready to go, so I had the white blocks with pink centers stitched up in no time. I added them to last year's RSC pink 9 patches and did a happy dance! This project is almost finished - only two more colors needed to round out all the white blocks I have in mind for the quilt. I'm even thinking I might have enough blocks for two quilts!
When Angela announced the colors for this month's RSC, I was reminded of some fabrics that have been marinating in the stash. I don't know if I will actually begin a project with any of these fabrics this month, but they are definitely fun to think about!
This batch of fat quarters is from a quilt shop hop several years ago. I love the colors, but I'm not overwhelmed with ideas just yet.
I think I've mentioned before - I love flamingos and have a nice collection of flamingo fabrics. This is a relatively new acquisition, and I've been admiring it for the past several weeks. Lime and pink seem natural for a flamingo colorway, yet it's kind of unusual - most flamingo fabrics tend toward pink, blue and aqua.
Check out the flamingos on the selvege. I might have to get more yardage just for the selvege!
There's more pink (and maybe some lime) scrappy inspiration at Angela's blog today. Maybe I'll get some ideas for using my pink and lime fabrics!