Several people stopped and asked me about it, so I thought I'd tell you about it here. The pattern is a free pattern from the internet, from McCall's Quilting.
I printed out the pattern some time ago:
It's designed by Darlene Zimmerman, and is called "Peppermint Dash". If you google Peppermint Dash and McCall's Quilting, you should be able to find the free pattern and print it out. It's for a larger quilt, and I halved all the measurements to make the doll sized squares, and also made only 20 churn dash blocks, to downsize it.
The peppermint candy fabric has been in my stash for quite a while, and when I saw the pattern and the fabric the same day, it fit for a doll quilt. I'm happy to be using this old fabric, but I think any candy print would look great in this quilt. I shall add red borders and probably a peppermint striped biased binding. If you make your version of this doll quilt, please let me know. I will post more pictures of mine as I progress on it.
I will be back to my sewing machine in Virginia by tomorrow, and will be working on this doll quilt, plus a Christmas fabrics version of Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street quilt. I can't wait!