Yep, I've done another one as I have a whole box of 2.5" squares. It I have a small piece of fabric, then if I can get a square out of it, then I do. As a result, I have this shoe box full of little squares. Perfect for swaps but even better for my own use.
Katy started all of this with Scrap Vomit and keeps leading me (and a lot of other people) astray. Not that I mind as I usually end up learning something. Quite often I have to sit on my hands when she proposes another quilt-a-long. because I know I will be cheerfully joining in without thinking things though unless I stop and think about the logisitics!
Having learnt from version one, this one was made slightly differently and with more pins. Also the pieces were more evenly cut this time so actual construction was a great deal more accurate and a lot easier than version one. There are some tiny scraps from cherished fabrics that have come in scrap bags from others. Examples are the teeny bits of From Little Things and the single piece of Sis Boom fabric that was not withheld for other things.
For now, it is sitting in the filing cabinet maturing and awaiting the monies for wadding and backing with several others.