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Thread: I Spy quilt

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    Senior Member dungeonquilter's Avatar
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    Here is the quilt I made for my boss's new son. It is made using the technique for the 10 minute block, except that I put the window in each intersection using a black & white wavy stripe.

    I spy quilt
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    Looks like a snowball pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110
    Looks like a snowball pattern.
    Yes, it does. Except that the edges of the black & white stripe in the corners is a fold and all one piece instead of triangles.
    I had to keep adding to the whole quilt top to get the effect.

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    How nice ... your borders really frame up the I Spy mixture of fabrics well.


    Love the pinstripes!!
    I like how you have switched the directions and I totally commend you for that. I'm sure I would have gone batty trying to keep the stripes going in the right directions at each step!

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    I love it! One little boy will be so happy with this. My grandson will have to have one like this.

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    That is so cool.

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    This "I Spy" is really cute...pefect for a little one!

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    Cute.....Cute.....Cute...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    How nice ... your borders really frame up the I Spy mixture of fabrics well.


    Love the pinstripes!!
    I like how you have switched the directions and I totally commend you for that. I'm sure I would have gone batty trying to keep the stripes going in the right directions at each step!
    I didn't even try. LOL

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    Nicely done!

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