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I am a SAHM to a 6 yr old girl and wife to a US Soldier. I started designing quilts and quilt blocks 5 years ago and completed several projects during my husband's last deployment to Afghanistan. I ...

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Eyes Crossed Spied

from Sew BitterSweet Designs
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Eyes Crossed Spied
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Eyes Crossed Spied

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills

Pattern Description:

Have you been hoarding a favorite fabric line because you haven't known what to do with it? This is a great pattern for you. It is designed to feature large scale prints, surrounding them with solids and small scale prints - perfect for a complete fabric line.

It makes a great I Spy baby quilt. In the sample the baby is able to find all things associated with Robots. This pattern will also work well for a scrappy quilt, lending itself to I Spy block swaps.

The pattern is perfect for the confident beginner pattern as you start with a partial seam. (Don't let the partial seam scare you as this was only the second quilt that one of my testers made and her's turned out beautifully!!!) There are 100% full color photographs to walk you through block construction, as well as a blank diagram to allow you to fill in and personalize your lay out (especially handy if you opt for a scrappy version!).

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 60" x 60"


  • 25 I-Spy Squares (large prints) measuring 6.5" x 6.5"
  • 8 fat quarters - small scale prints
  • Solid Red - 1/2 yard
  • Solid White - 1/2 yard
  • Solid Green - 1/4 yard
  • Solid Blue - 1/2 yard
  • Backing - 4 yards (generous estimate)
  • Binding 1/2 yard

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary Cutter
  • Rulers - one measuring at least 12.5" and one measuring 6.5" square
  • Basic Sewing Supplies
  • Color pencils

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