I know these are most often called Doll Quilts. Well, for some reason I can't get E to call it a doll quilt, so we'll call them Bear Quilts. This is where I used the "stuff I love" on the back. For small projects like this, it works great and is super easy.
First, I would like to introduce my model to everyone. His name is "blue bear". I know, where did we ever get that name from, right? He is 8 years old and is from California. Blue Bear was made specially for E. E never really clung to a blankie or anything, BUT blue bear. Blue bear has attended every Dr's visit, every plane trip, every road trip, every nap, every night's sleep. You get the picture? E is 8 and is still hanging on to blue bear. Blue bear has become a very special part of our family and I plan on taking over blue bear's care when E is done with him. We often go out of town and E can't go, once he's gone I'll slip blue bear in my suit case, because it's a part of E and at least I'll have a small part of him with me. OK, enough about the best bear I know.
This Peanuts bear quilt was a 1984 Calendar, I cut it apart and made this super quilt quilt for blue bear. I pieced the back of this quilt with the pre-quilted fabric in pink, blue and white. I know blue bear won't mind the pink. ;)
Blue bear is just helping me with this one. I think this will really be a doll quilt for some girl for Christmas. Not sure who yet. This was made from left over mini 9 patch blocks from another project.