Last fall, while visiting Jenny in Boulder, we went to Quilt A Fair in Longmont. One of the booths sells odds and ends, perhaps the booth is organized by a group of quilters and they clean out their stashes. Usually Jenny is able to find some vintage fabric at this booth. This fall, I found a set of 4 Hungry Animal Alphabet panels for $2. I used one of the panels to make a baby quilt for charity. I used scraps from my stash and only purchased a yard of fabric for the backing and borders.
I loved the squares in the panel. Each section had so many things associated with the letter. For example, S is for sheep, sunflowers, sink, snow, suitcase, shutter, salt and pepper shakers, perhaps that's a scoop or shoe horn near the sunflower?
The panel sections were not the same size but I made the blocks the same size.
Even thought the yard of fabric I purchased was 60 inches wide it wasn't quite enough for borders and backing. I ended up piecing the back with some of the fabrics used in the blocks on the front.