Scraps... we all have them. I am a diligent scrap saver, there are ziplock baggies here that are at least 25 years old. Last night during one of my insomnia driven late night sewing sessions I found a baggie with 1 1/2" strips of Kaffe Fasset prints. I think they are at least six to seven years old. I still love them. So, I cut Kona chartruse squares, and started piecing these simple blocks. I ended up with 70. Not bad for a bag of scraps and 1/2 yard of Kona. I've been auditioning solids for lattice, and like gray Kona the best, but snow is a near second choice. Maybe I'll make one of each... 5x7 block baby quilt size quilts.
I like gray best. If I'm having trouble choosing fabrics I just take a pic. The right choice is usually crystal clear in a photo.