Here’s another fun I-Spy quilt by Candace of Double Nickel Quilts and Moore About Nancy – Nancy Cabot SewAlong. What’s cool about this quilt is it has the same I-Spy squares as one of Kinsey’s siblings so they can play an I-Spy or a matching game together.
Little loops and outlining define the name.
The quilting design is a freehand mod flowers and loops.
What’s your favorite I-Spy pattern? The only I-Spy I’ve made was for my granddaughter for Christmas in 2005! I can’t believe it was that long ago and that I could find a picture to share!
Thanks! Linda 🙂
My friend, Candace, of The Double Nickel Quilt Challenge has made several of these personalized “I Spy” quilts for her grandchildren and others in her family. Sometimes, if the quilts are going to the same household she’ll use the same “I Spy” squares but arranged differently so they can play their own matching game. Isn’t that a great idea! Check her blog for more ideas using 5 inch squares.
The quilting is a fun freehand design, I call Mod Flowers and Loops. The name block has small loops as a background fill to flatten the area around the letters. The batting is Quilter’s Dream Poly select and the thread is Superior So Fine #50.
Thanks for looking!
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