It's a flimsy
54 x 72
I started this Rainbow Scrap Challenge in January 2017. That year I used what was in my 3.5 inch scrap bin and made Snowballs with light corners. This year I've been using what was in my 3.5 inch scrap bin to make Snowballs with dark corners. As I was making them I was thinking I would lay them out like a Lozenge quilt I made several years ago with alternating dark and light corners.
I don't precut scraps for any size but I do sort scraps by size as they occur so some months I would have very few scraps of a color and other months I would have a lot of a color. I simply used what I had to make Snowballs.
Last month when I had a large pile of blocks I played around with different settings and decided on a nine patch of blocks in the same color/corner which I thought was a little unusual and sort of vintage looking.
After I made the nine patch blocks I made sure I had enough blocks to alternate dark and light and filled in a little again using the 3.5 inch scrap bin.
I sewed the blocks together randomly - again a sort of vintage-y process.
I like the top but it kind of looks like it has a few holes in it with all the neutral/light corner blocks. But that's where the scraps took me.
I still have a few 3.5 inch scraps in the scrap bin and have been cutting one inch off the end of those scraps and one inch off some other sizes to make some fun little log cabin blocks.