A couple of years ago I bought a clearance roll of a crib quilt top. I am not sure how many of the little guys are on the roll but it cost me under $5 for all of it. I had seen a demonstration on a faux chenille baby quilt using 4 layers of the same crib panel & decided I would try it some day. OK, so I bought the panels a couple of years ago, and yes, it has been in the closet just waiting for me. I have cut 8 panels from the roll & you can see there are many more to go. To make the blanket I placed a piece of pink flannel right side down on a foam board. Then layered 4 crib panels all facing up on top of the flannel. I use spray baste between each layer (you don't need much). A line is then chalked from one corner to the diagonal corner. That becomes my first stitch line. Sewed lines are then made shadowing the first line (approximately 1/2" apart). I sew in a different direction for each line. This helps keep the fabric from shifting in one direction. After all lines are sewn I then cut through the first 3 crib panels only. After all rows are cut, I then square up the quilt, sew the binding on & then run it through the rinse cycle in the washer & then dry it in the dryer to "fluff" the faux chenille. There you have a cute little blanket. I am now sewing another one. If anyone wants to give it a try, let me know. Happy sewing to all.