Traditional block is Bright Hopes.
I've been making them from a small box of low volume scraps and now have 324 of them.
Most of those scraps are now gone except for the white on white (WOW) fabrics because I've been using them as Garlic Knot backgrounds.
I've been making a few each morning before I head out to weed the flower and veggie gardens and then I iron and count them when I get a big stack of blocks made. I'm always pleasantly surprised when I take count. I hardly ever cut all my pieces before I start a quilt...I cut some, then sew some, cut some, then sew some.
When I first started making them I had no idea what size quilt all those scraps would make and figured out how many blocks were needed for two different sizes of quits. It just dawned on me as I was writing this post that my math was based on a four inch finished block and these blocks finish at 4.5 inches. So, I just quickly did some calculations based on the 4.5 inch block. Good news...361 blocks will make a quilt 85.5 x 85.5. Although I don't really like square quilts they do work fine on my bed. Now I only need 37 more blocks.