Scrappy Log Cabin quilts are my favorite quilts to make, whether for a big bed or for a baby.
This one is made from six inch blocks, paper pieced, and quilted down the center (more or less, or perhaps I should say more and less, since every line might not be centered) of each log, and is for a baby.
The binding is also scrappy, made from snippets of bindings left from large quilts.
Some people prefer baby quilts with appliqued animals, etc., which end up being wall hangings. This quilt is to be used for a warm covering or a play mat.
A hint for the next hope chest item: it went on the quilt frames as soon as this quilt was taken off.