These 3 sample cards were all from the same fabric line, and so they worked well together. The cards measure about 12 X 15", so there was actually a lot of fabric on them. Taking the one on the far right and spreading it out, there was all this:
Although not juvenile prints, I thought they would make a nice donation quilt for Quilts for Kids. So, I played around with EQ software, and came up with this pattern for a quilt:
I needed to add just a few fabrics from my stash to have enough for a quilt top.
The basic block is just one long rectangle and 2 squares, separated by white sashing.
The best part was playing with putting the fabrics up on the design board:
It looked a little chaotic at first glance, but when I added in the white sashing, it all worked out nicely. Here is the completed top:
I might add an outer border, but it will have to wait until I can shop again at the fabric store, whenever that might be possible.