In terms of progress on my Rainbow Scrap Challenge efforts this year I have two quilt tops ready to assemble, one for each of my twin granddaughters. I made about a dozen blocks specifically for each girl and then used my rainbow Ohio Stars to fill out the quilt tops.
And quilt #2:
So far they are still just loose blocks. I'll get the tops assembled one of these days. ;- )
After hearing the tragic news out of France I turned to piecing little squares (1.5") to maintain my sanity.
These stars will all finish at eight inches square.
The points of the star above were cut from a strip of fabric generously given to me by a member of the F2F swap.
It felt good to use up my odd black square patches.
These postage stamp stars are one of the options I'm considering for my RSC next year. The only thing that's certain at this point is that I'll be working with smaller scraps than I did this year. In the meantime, I'm linking up with the other RSC bloggers over at SoScrappy.