Judy selected "brown" for this month's Monochromatic Challenge. Again, I've done a runner for my guild's boutique. I had a lot of very short brown scraps, so I made little rail fence blocks this time, instead of the log cabin blocks I did for January and February.
So far, these runners are all finishing up at 18" x 36". They're quick and easy -- from start to finish in an afternoon of sewing plus an evening of TV time stitching the binding. I'm using whatever's in the scrap tub, plus batting leftovers and odd half-yard pieces for the backs, so I haven't needed to use anything "good" at all yet, but I'm ending up with saleable items. The random color assignments that the Monochromatic Challenge is giving me will hopefully result in "something for everyone." Eh, I guess I'm not much of a brown person -- not feelin' the love for this one.
Nothing like a challenge to keep me on track. Three months done: and so far, so good. I like that I'm working on these a little at a time, instead of scrambling to get something done a week before the sale like I did last year :)