What you will need
1. Old baby clothes and a few scraps of new fabric to brighten it up and tie all the colors together
2. An old white sheet
3. Wonder Under fusible interfacing
4. Minky for the backing
5. Thick Flannel for the middle or batting
6. A coordinating cotton for the binding
7. fabric glue quilting spray
What I did in a nutshell
I first cut the baby clothes up into flat peices that I could use then fused the wonder under to the back side and cut out leafs. Then I set them out to see how much more I would need. I went to my oversized fabric stash and picked some fun coordinating fabrics and cut out more leafs, and set them out on the white cotton until I had a pattern I liked.
I then drew 3 lines down the middle with washable marker where the vines would go. Then I started ironing on the leaves all along the vines. Then I sewed around the leaves, and then sewed a squiggly line down the middle of the line I had just drawn for the vine (just one line) using a really thick green thread. (These steps all done with my machine)
Next I cut my peice of minky and my piece of flannel (for the batting) the same size as the quilt top. Then I sprayed the fabric glue to each side fusing all three layers together. Don't worry the fabric glue allows you to pull it apart if you don't get it right the first time.
Next I sewed two more lines over the vines running through all three layers of fabric (using a straight stitch but weaving in and out in a vine like way)
Then I bound the quilt using this machine binding tutorial from Red Pepper Quilts.
When I was finished I realized that I forgot to put a secret pocket on this blanket like I had done with her sisters quilts so I added one on the back!