I spy quilt top – DONE!

I actually finished this about a month ago, and am finally getting around to posting pictures. It’s just the quilt top, and still needs to be quilted and bound… but I couldn’t wait to share it with Little Moore… and get some pictures of his excitement.

This is my I spy quilt using Spoonflower fabrics from the I-spy swap I participated in over at Crafterhours. There are 120 fun and fabulous prints – not a single one is repeated anywhere on the quilt!

LM was very excited about this quilt! So much so that he felt the need to spin on it! : )

It is just 5″ squares, stitched in rows of 10, with some fun multi-colored polka-dot sashing between the rows. I put the squares in a somewhat-color order, with lighter at the top and darker at the bottom. I kept the design simple because I didn’t want any pattern that would require me to cut up the squares… that might chop up one of these super-cute prints!

Looks like it is a hit!

Always,
C. Moore

Comments

  1. Nice job Carolina! I love the way it goes from light to dark. By the way, that little guy is getting big!

  2. Looks great, Carolina. I love the polka dot border. And good for you for keeping it simple. I put so many projects on hold because they get complicated and start taking so long. Case in point, my I-Spy quilt which is still in cutting mode.

  3. I love the idea of having all those unique designs! It will be fun to look!

  4. Looks nice…and LV loves it so what more could you want?

  5. Um, pardon me if this sounds rude. But I’d like to see about 37 more photos. No, 39. 39, please!!!

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