When I am done piecing a project and have little pieces of fabric that are too small to do piecing with this is what I do.
I place them on a sheet of Wonder Under. I cover it with a sheet of the Wonder Under release paper I have left from another project so the exposed parts of the Wonder Under don’t stick to my iron. Then I fuse them with my iron.
And what do I do with these small pieces? I do cut them out so there is no WU hanging off the edges.
I may make a fused composition myself, but for the most part I stockpile them for friends to make a composition when they visit me. House guests have done some great pieces, as have students in classes I have taught. My stockpile is low right now so it is a good time to make more components for friends to use.
I also will be fusing some larger pieces so others can cut shapes they desire to use.
I have a stock of bases made up for others to work on.
It’s always fun to see the designs people come up with, especially the ones who don’t think they are creative.