I have gotten into the habit of letting my son pick some fabric every time we go to the store. (I like to see what he chooses. Plus, it inspires me to make something that he really likes the looks of.). So at one point, we ended up with two different types of Sesame Street fabric which hung around our house for some time before I figured out what to do with them.
Here's the result.
A medium-sized taggie blanket, perfect for my young daughter to lie on! The back of the blanket is a solid piece of maroon fabric and the front was divided into large rectangles. I quilted the blanket by stitching the top down, outlining the rectangles. A very quick project, indeed.