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Have you read the "I Spy " books for kids?..wonderful!..I want to start making that type of quilt for Charity Quilts for Kids..Any suggestions would be helpful!..thanks all..Kathy

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Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm on February 12, 2014 at 1:58pm
Dorothy, great idea!..I never thought of that..and it is so easy too!..I make sew for Quilts for Kids..so I always have left over pieces..and like Bonnie Hunter, I don't throw anything away!..thank you so much!..Kathy
Comment by Dorothy I. Dishman on February 12, 2014 at 11:16am

My "I Spy" quilts are in the making year round.  I just pick a nuetral background fabric ( buy at least 4-5 yds when it is on sale) then as I'm sewing on projects all year I make two snowball blocks that match & put them in a box to save until I get enough to lay out a quilt.  It has been great having the blocks ready to put into a quilt at the last minute.  I usually use the same bk. grd. fabric for the back and pick a muilti-colored stripe cut on the bias for binding.  It is a neat way to use up your scraps as you work on other projects.

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