This year as part of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge I chose a UFO to work on as one of my projects. In this case I'm working on Floribunda (aka Jacob's Ladder) nine inch blocks. I actually don't use scraps to make these but as you scroll down through this blog post you will see how I use the resulting 3.5 inch scraps left from making these blocks. In a later blog post this month you will see how I use some of the resulting 2 inch scraps.
Making a few of these blocks in the RSC color of the month has helped me move this UFO forward. I now have 62 of the necessary 81 and do not get bored making a bunch of them all at one time.
One of the blocks I'm making from the 3.5 inch scraps is Glitter (from Jen Kingwell's book Quilt Lovely). Gayle (Mangofeet blog) is also making these blocks and has a nifty way to make templates and cut pieces from a 3.5 x 4.25 scrap.
Also from 3.5 inch scraps I made a few six inch bow tie blocks...
And then I made a few more.
And I made a few 3 inch Snowball blocks with muslin corners.
To see what others are whipping up with their green scraps visit Rainbow Scrap Challenge's ScrapHappy Saturday.