Cut Interesting Patches from Novelty Fabrics to Look For In This Quilt!
Bright colors and interesting pictorial prints combine in this I Spy quilt. Kids (and adults!) of all ages will enjoy discovering objects cut from novelty prints scattered throughout the quilt. Choose a theme, like cats or dogs, or mix it up. Either way you’ll have a fun and interesting quilt once you’re done.
A black and white lattice adds a secondary design to the brightly colored diamonds and makes the colors pop. This is a great project for scraps, although you can easily coordinate the colors by using fabrics from a particular line.
The pattern, by by Melissa Corry of Happy Quilting, is for a quilt that’s 83″ x 83″ once completed.
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