And this is what I have so far.
Rather than making long rows of tiny pieces, I am making them into blocks. Each block has 32 pieces, which sounds like a lot but they go together faster than you think! I will need 64 blocks for a quilt that is 96 inches square.
Each block has an even number of pieces and an even number of rows. This is important for pressing purposes. Each intersection should result in nesting seams for a nice, flat top.