This is quick, easy project. You could make it even faster not doing an applique. I used a blankie my son loves as the pattern. It has a silky side, and the other is suede feeling.
1. Cut a rectangle of the satin and minky, 27" x 33".
2. Make your applique and topstitch it on the corner of the satin side.
3. Pin the sides together, and baste 1/4" seam allowance all along the edges.
4. Cut binding. 3" wide. I sewed it on the same way as I bound this Christmas quilt (instructions in post). Kind of white trash binding. I should learn to do the miter corner binding. But it works.
Machine washable too!
You could also paint an image with the freezer paper stenciling rather than sewing an applique too. I'm shocked I didn't do that considering every other post is freezer paper painted.