Pink is color of the month for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Late last year I started making Sunbonnet Sues from postage stamp sized pieces(1.5 inch square) using a vintage pattern from Q is for Quilter. Here's my pink girl. In addition to postage stamp blocks in each color of the rainbow I also started making some heart blocks.
I have a lot of UFOs and can never decided which to work on next. The color pink lead me to this UFO - different 9 inch blocks in pink and black I swapped back in 2010. I have 15 of them but wanted at least 20.
So, I had enough of some pink scraps to make 5 more blocks. I'll be joining them into a sampler throw soon.
I also have another UFO in pink and black - Pink Thrifty blocks. I don't remember when I swapped these but it was quite a while ago. I have 67 - 6 inch blocks and want 90 for a quilt 54x60.
So, again, I went to the pink scrap bin for some pink scraps to make more blocks. 11 more and I will have another UFO on the way to completion.
I don't think the pink scraps have dwindled too much.
If you would like to join the Rainbow Scrap Challenge it's easy...grab some scraps and sew. If you don't have any pink scraps you can sure see some pink eye candy over at the ScrapHappy Saturday linky party - a weekly RSC event.