Or in my case, it would be Book-for-Baby-Doll quilt.
Not really knowing where I was headed, I made one block at 50% of the pattern in the book. It measured 3 1/2" x 4" unfinished, and it made me happy to use Rashida Coleman-Hale's I Heart Cute Bots again.
Not really being in the mood for much paper-piecing though, I decided to surround my little bot block with plenty of negative space, including a wide robot stripe, and make a mini quilt. For quilting, I straight-lined, using Aurifil Mako 28, pink (#2423) for the horizontal lines, and orange (#2214) for the vertical lines.
Remix by Ann Kelle for Kaufman in hot pink, and the block border and binding the most delightful medium orange Kiss Dot by Michael Miller. I did the binding by machine again, using the book's instructions found on pages 38-39. Again, it worked perfectly (and quickly!) for this small (12" x 16") project.
It's nothing like what Ayumi had in mind, I know, but I enjoyed making it, and I know grandgirl will be happy to have another "blankie" for her baby dolls.
Linking up with Finish it Up Friday.