I also added one more 16 patch to my collection, the lightest one in the upper left corner. Originally, when I was thinking about joining in with RSC16, I envisioned this quilt being all darker value fabrics with low volume backgrounds, but now that I've added a wider variety of values, I like these blocks a lot more!
I also pulled out my scraps of Gleeful, and started a Valentine table runner for my dining room table. I got a fat quarter bundle of this fabric back in 2014, and have used it for more than one project. It came with several fun prints, with pink, yellow, blue, and lime green in them, and a few coordinating solids. I decided to focus on the pink and blue for this table runner, to give it a little bit of a nontraditional look.
I even pulled out an older knitting project and took it along with me to a get together with friends. I started this scarf a couple of years ago, and it's one of those things I get out and put away, and then get out again months later. It was fun to knit with friends while we visited, and simple enough for my knitting skills that I didn't get confused about what I was doing while we chatted!
Maybe one of these days, I will actually finish it!
Looking forward to Scrap Happy Saturday, where I will link up with Angela at So Scrappy and see what everyone else has been up to with their RSC 16 blocks!