I've been making a few of these each month from my scrap "chunks" which I define as anything less than a fat quarter. I have a whole milk crate of chunks. I limit myself mostly to those chunks to make these blocks. Sometimes I don't have a low volume or neutral to use so I cut those from yardage but for the most part I stay with any fabrics I find in the scrap chunks. After I make these blocks I have scraps left over cut from the chunks which I usually use right away in other blocks.
I probably would not have made these blocks if I had to choose fabrics from the stash. Sometimes the fabric choices are too overwhelming so I never get the choices made. I also find it rather challenging to try to fit my limited choices together in a block not necessarily everyone likes but that I like. After all is said and done I end up with kind of the "make do" type of quilt my grandmother made from her scraps. Her quilts were the end of the chain for fabric bits and pieces - mostly from worn clothing.
I start these blocks with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge color of the month. This month I dug through to find chunks of yellow. There weren't many. Then I dug through to see if I had other chunks that I could use with that yellow in a block. Each block takes two bold and two not so bold fabrics.
So the only pieces not cut from scrap chunks? The white floral background in the top left and the tan/white floral background in the top right.