Small pieces for sure, and very time consuming to piece, but so worth it. If you're looking for perfection you won't find it here. Despite all my pressing, marking, and pinning, not all the points matched at the center squares. I learned a long time ago, while making doll quilts, mistakes are more visible when the pieces are small; even the width of a thread can throw off the perfect seam.
I took a few clippings from the wastebasket and put them near the bird feeder; maybe a bird will take some for her nest. For instance, can't you imagine this conversation: Popa Mocking Bird says to Mama bird as they ready a new nest, "See what I found today for you to use in your nest. Mama Charlotte laid them out just for us, with only one request, that we sing by the light of the moon when summer comes."
There are many scraps left in the box, but I'm tired of working with small pieces and have a hankering to use a larger piece of fabric for a change. So, I'll put the lid on the box of scraps and perhaps, just maybe, either get brave enough to throw them away or make a doll quilt.
May your weekend by a pleasant one.