Well, I finished my bags a few weeks ago and got straight to work cutting fabric for my table runners (1 for me, 1 for my sister). I used the same method as I used for my first table runner (strip piece, but don't use full-length strips). You can find a tutorial from Red Pepper Quilts here. I roughly calculated that I only needed to cut two 2 1/2 in strips from each fat quarter in order to make two table runners.
I cut all my new strip-squares, put them together as randomly as possible, and sewed them all in to 16-patch squares.
Once I got all my 16-patch squares completed, I decided I needed a better way to lay them out and play with them than my current method of placing them all on the floor. So I took down the artwork on one of my sewing room walls, sewed together 6 yards of white flannel, and thumb-tacked the flannel to the wall. And voila! I had a design wall. Merry Christmas to me!
I'm rather amused that what began as a rush project to complete two table runners before Christmas, has resulted in a large quilt (roughly 64"x74" I'm guessing) for my sister, and a design wall for me! (The quilt will totally not be done before Christmas.) Now on to thinking about how I'm going to quilt this one...