I made some progress with my fifth piece - I was hoping I would see more of a 3D effect but perhaps that will come out when (if) the piece gets bigger.
I took advantage of the sun and a piece of handy trellis for this image of all five pieces - the latest one is at the top. For Jessica's Life Under Quilts Monday Count I have counted the total number of pieces so far - 315. Thank you Jessica for keeping us all going through your link up.
It's getting to the time when I have to decide what, if anything, this will turn in to. The options I've thought of are:
1. I could make three more pieces and then increase the size of each piece so that is is roughly a square, join them together and make a small nine patch quilt around a medallion. High guilt factor - no one needs another quilt around here.
2. Wall Art. I have never been sure what wall art is. Is it different from proper art? or floor art? But if this happens it will mean it is of no practical use.
3. Bag or bags. But I already have bags.
4. Storage buckets to contain the overflow of my fabric addiction. High guilt factor.
5. Cat quilts. The cats already have quilts .
6. Make something, anything, and give it to charity. But I expect they would rather have the money I spent on fabric and some of my time.
7. Stop now and put the whole lot away until a better idea comes along. Get back to knitting. Miss Ted needs more socks.
At the moment I'm favouring carrying on with making these small pieces into squares, as it mean putting off a decision for several weeks. Possibly the whole summer!
If you've read this far, let me know what you would do.