I pulled several different red, pink, and aqua fabrics from the stash, plus a couple others. I put these together the same way as the previous one, sewing 2-1/2 inch WOF strips into sets of four and sub-cutting those into 2-1/2 strips, then selecting four at random (more or less) and sewing those together into a 16-patch.
In one of the tutorial pictures, the 16-patches were shown on the design wall with the outer setting triangles but the middle part was still open, showing the white design wall beneath. That gave me the idea to use a lighter colored fabric in the center of the quilt. I used two DS Quilts fabrics (one a 2011 print and another a 2012), and they seemed to work pretty well together.
It is on the design wall now, ready to be sewn together. I think it has kind of a vintage vibe, no?
I may add a stop border in one of the red fabrics, and then an outer border in the darker fabric, same as the setting triangles, to make the quilt a little bigger. If I don't, though, it's a nice lap quilt size as is. It will be donated as part of the Hands2Help Charity Quilt Challenge.
Linking to the Sweet 16 Quilt-Along.