So here are two I made for an charity auction last summer:
This is a raggedy quilt, made with flannels for the top, and minkee (the softest fabric I have ever touched) for the bottom. I ended up making another one of these the next week for a friend who had gotten to the auction too late to bid. These quilts are so easy -- the only difficult thing is all the little snips in the seams that allow for the fraying.
This one is made up of cotton squares in a cowboy theme, with a navy minkee border, then a cotton bandanna-print border, and backed with a really cute flannel with horseshoes and the like embroidered in black. I machine quilted this one, and turned up the backing for the edge.
Since I started knitting, I just don't quilt as much, and when I do, it's easy projects like these. The one I am working on today, however, is much more intense. Story to follow . . .