I finally got the guts to cut into my (rare, out of print and expensive) Mendocino fabrics by Heather Ross. I threw in a few other scraps of gold and fuchsia fabrics that I had on hand.
It's my first doll quilt and I decided to do the ticker tape style. I used the ticker tape doll quilt pattern as a guide from Pretty in Patchwork - Doll Quilts: 24 Little Quilts.
So you arrange scraps of raw-edged fabrics next to each other. The pattern suggested laying them out in quadrants to ease arranging them. Then you glue them with a glue stick (I'm not kidding)! It really works!
Then you put it together with a backing and batting and quilt the heck out of it! I plan to use straight lines in both directions like a grid to capture all the raw edges.
The doll quilt is 24" by 19" and I hope Hazel is going to love it!