I've finished making the blocks for this quilt, and settled on a layout. The next decision is what color sashing to use between the blocks and as a narrow border around the edge (1/2" wide, the same width as the narrow strips within each block). This is narrower than in the "Glyph" pattern that I used for the quilt, but I'm going for a look closer to the "Mod Mosaic" quilt I made a while back. I may well go with white sashing (which would give a look close to the blocks on my white design wall), but I have tried out many other possibilities as well: various greens and purples, black, dark blue, tone-on-tone green, green batik. I'll be near a fabric store on Tuesday, so will take a look for candidates there.
In the meantime, I thought I'd play around with the many scraps I have left from the fabric cut for the narrow strips in the blocks.
I use the "mile-a-minute" method for piecing scraps, and put them together into this small piece, about 6x6."
I like the results, but piecing with such small bits is not my forté. I will leave the rest of the strip scraps as they are! I also have quite a few large pieces of yardage left from what I dyed for the blocks; I plan to pull from that for the back of the quilt.