So I just quickly whipped up a little baby doll quilt for my eldest grandchild. I like the scrappy look. It used up some leftover binding from Conrad's quilt (Miss Gg's late great-grandfather), so that gave it meaning. The scrappy fabric came from a local store The Quilting Loft.** I have a few of their scrap square packs on hand. I used leftover batting, as well as a basic premium muslin for the base fabric.That makes it good and crinkly.
Tip: Baby doll quilts make awesome practice runs for larger quilts. Great way to auditon fabrics or brush up on technique.No curve. I'm happy with the results. Next experiment will be trying the rulers after they come in.
** Why do someone else's scraps look better than ours? (sigh) One of quilting life's mysteries... LOL!