I am sew very excited today to be launching another new and fun pattern! The Eyes Crossed Spied pattern!
I actually designed and sewed this quilt back in 2012 and just never got around to writing the pattern until March of this year when my friend Jessica from Noguchi Designs lit a fire under me. She was one of my wonderful testers and you can see her version below:
My friend Carolyn from Sweet Boater Chick also agreed to test for me again! She is so talented, check out the pictures she sent me:
The wonderful CeLynn from CeLynn’s Sunflower Patch also was kind enough to test for me AGAIN! I am so lucky all these talented people are willing to help me out!
About Eyes Crossed Spied:
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!).
The finished quilt measures 60″ x 60″.
The pattern is for sale on Craftsy for $7.50. It is an instant PDF download. As always, I am available if you have any questions!
Make sure you visit my testers as they will be sharing their experiences with the pattern today too!