And, there was the feeling that either larger squares were needed, or it was too 'regular'. I'd got this far, so now what? No answer sprang from the ether. So, what do when the next step, or inspiration, fails you. Throw it in a cupboard until it materialises.
It came out of the cupboard again after browsing some Kaffe Fassett books on patchwork. King of colour and pattern. Why, who else? You could say he is many a crafter's hallowed ground. Of course, the book was plucked off the library shelves., and lo and behold what I needed was there.
The work to date has not been wasted. All it needs, is a border made of smaller scraps and it would make a fine quilt.
What I have ended up with is an adaptation of a Kaffe Fasset design (shown as curtains in the book). It took a while to find the arrangement and some extra fabrics to make it look diffused and muted.