I just finished 23 of these 6 x 14 inch blocks.
Now I have 84 and can begin to assemble the top.
I started making these back in November 2017 as a Rainbow Scrap Challenge project to use 1.5 inch scraps. The individual pieces are cut 1.5 x 2.5 inches. At first I called them Whatchamacallits because I didn't know what to call them. Then Sally at Objects of Design started making them and called them Bitcoins and I thought that was a very clever and more descriptive name so I started calling them Bitcoins too.
I'm going to join the blocks together randomly 14 x 6 or 6 x 14. That way the quilt will be a square 84 inches and I will be able to have the quilt oriented two different ways. I was going to make a rectangular quilt but couldn't decide which way to orient the blocks so this way it makes no difference.
As I mentioned previously, I've been making these from 1.5 inch scraps. The little pieces were individually cut and sewn and not strip pieced although that would have been faster. I really didn't want a repeat of any fabrics except the neutrals but that didn't happen -- there are a few repeats.
I made these last 23 blocks from the 2.5 inch scraps since my 1.5 inch scraps are running low ( and that's a good thing).
As soon as I iron these blocks...
...they will join with the 61 other blocks and I can begin quilt top assembly. I've been chomping (or is it champing?) at the bit(coin) to move this forward! Since the weather has been rain, rain, rain and more rain and I can't work in the garden I might as well go sew.