Japanese knot bag. (I love it - I use it all the time.) There was still a lot left.
I thought a simple pattern with big pieces would be best to show off the prints. I planned to cut them all into uniform squares, until I measured the fabric. Most of it was scrap from making clothes; to get the most out of the yardage, I'd have to make 3.5" squares. That was too small to show off the large print. I looked for tile-like patterns and found this one. Simple blocks, different sized pieces. It worked great with my odd shaped material.
I have my 12" blocks cut and have spent the last several days "randomizing" the colors. I plan to make a table cloth. I already have a bunch of throws and I wasn't sure I wanted a wall hanging with these colors. Rob pointed out that putting my precious fabric where food can get slopped on it probably isn't a great idea? True. But I want something I can use, see and enjoy (and show off when company is over). I'm still mulling over that.
In them meantime, I have blocks laid out, sashing to cut, borders to plan and more yardage to calculate. It's gonna look cool!