If you have been reading my blog for very long you know I use lots of different fabrics in each quilt. I get bored if there are too few choices in the quilt.
One of my favorite scrap projects is my colorwash quilts. These two are made with 2" squares, however I work with 2.5" and 1.5" squares too. I start out cutting the largest squares from my scraps, then go down in size as the scrap becomes smaller until I have cut it all up.
I made the top piece last night and the bottom one a few months ago.
Here is a link to more colorwash pieces that I have made.
I think the back is pretty neat too.
This is part of my collection of 2.5" squares. I store them in the disposable aluminum cookie sheets and they nest together. I can stack more than 20 trays in one large storage bin. There is a photo on this post.
Colorwash is achieved through separating values and here is a post that simplifies the sorting.