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Thread: I Spy Swap 5" squares Deadline to join April 10th, 2013

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    Glad you like them.
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    Got mine, love them. I am going to have to photo a few and ask who sent it and where I can find some for my stash!

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    First I-Spy quilt pieced - Pic attached

    Well, decided to make a traditional quilt with my I-Spy fabric from the recent swap using the D4P from the MSQC tutorial. Think I may be using a couple of green/turquoise border and binding on it this week. One Christmas present I-Spy quilt down, one to go!
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    That is so cool. I love and will have to try that way as well. Thanks for sharing.
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    Here's the I Spy blocks I sewed together. I really like it and my daughter's love it as well.
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    I-Spy quilt finished...

    Here's Maci's I-Spy quilt from the squares we traded last time. Border is polka-dot with hot pink border.
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    I like how it looks with a border. I will have to decide on a border and put one on and finish the quilt.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Wow, it turned out great! What kind of pattern/block did you use to create it?

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    frizzy -- I used the D4P block then I did a large stipple over the whole quilt. Turned out wonderful. I think i'm sold on W&N batting. - thanks, Julie

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    Well if that isn't the cutest! I hadn't thought about using a D4P but I am now! How large is it. I don't feel like doing the math.VBG!

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