Friday, December 17, 2021

Finishing up RSC2021

New to quilting or QuiltFabrication? Then let me explain what RSC2021 is.

RSC stands for Rainbow Scrap Challenge. It's a yearly challenge hosted by SoScrappy to use up those bins full of scraps. Each month, a different color is chosen to work with, from January to October so that November and December can be left for assembly and quilting.

This is my second year participating, and have found it a great way to use scraps. My theme this year was to add scraps around a square or rectangle of black. Here's some pink ones from last January.

Now that the year has ended, I've pulled out all of my RSC2021 blocks and arranged them on the design wall. Below is a sneak peek of what's in store.

It may look a bit random but it's not - I'll explain when it's finished. For now, I need to get the blocks sewn together and may add a border. It depends on what colorful fabric I find in my stash!

With luck, this should get finished before the end of the year, so I'm ready for another RSC - that would be RSC2022 of course! Are you in for next year?

Happy Quilting!

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  1. yes I am in for next year - last year I did 2 big quilts, this year 3 next year 4? we will see

  2. I'm looking forward to seeing this come together. It has been fun to watch the blocks each month this year.

  3. ohhh Those are so pretty.... can't wait to see what it becomes!

  4. I love this! I think I might try and join in and see if I can reduce some of those pesky scraps next year. Good for me to add to the list now.


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