Sunday, January 26, 2020

Jumping into RSC 2020!

I've been a spectator on the sidelines of the RSC parade for several years.
Late last year, I told myself I was going to join the fun for 2020!

For the first month of the year, light and bright green was the color. 
The RSC (Rainbow Scrap Challenge) is hosted by SoScrappy.
Each month, a new color is chosen and the participants search through their stash and scrap bins 
to sew whatever their heart pleases!
 No rules, just sew with that color!

I like sewing by those rules. 

Lime green fabrics seem to be abundant in my stash, so this month was no problem.

I chose to make the classic 9-patch block using a white center.

After making 12 of these 5" blocks, I was pleased, but felt I needed another row.

This time, I alternated the white centers so it would look like a white ribbon 
weaving through the blocks. 

January's green RSC rows are 56" long and 9.5" wide. 
That's 216 2" squares!

I'm already worried about February.

The color is orange!
Orange is not abundant in my stash. 

I may have to go shopping. 

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