Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: I Spy Quilt Block Progress












WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

16 comments:

Elizabeth D. said...

Oh, Riel, these are so fun!! These blocks definitely make me smile :)

Live a Colorful Life said...

Those blocks are super fun! Love the different sashing colors.

Canadian Kristin said...

Love these I Spy blocks! The squares really make the fabrics pop and make my eyes want to spy whilst cuddling under the quilt with my favouritest kids! Love it!

...my, what fabric selection you have, Momma!!!

Dresden Quilter said...

The beauty leaves me speechless!

kwiltmakr said...

Those blocks are so cute. What fun to piece too with all the different fabrics.

Crimson Lily said...

Great work! Looks like it'll be a fun quilt to snuggle under with the kiddos.

Crimson Lily said...

Great work! Looks like it'll be a fun quilt to snuggle under with the kiddos.

Bree said...

So much fun! I'm working on my first I-spy project as well, and it was fun just sorting through all those squares. :)

Melinda said...

I love I spy quilts. Such fun to look for things.

Marjories Busy Corner said...

Hi Riel.....thanks for the comment...love the blocks you are showing today...lyou have to try it..it is fun...but it intimidates me..it takes me awhile to feel in control...

Deb said...

What a fun assortment of fabrics in your I Spy! Definitely not your average selection! Great assortment. Have your kids been helping pick out the fabrics?

Deb from clutteredquilter.blogspot.com

Lee said...

Wow! So many I-Spy blocks! Love them, so fun. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

M-R said...

Wow, I love them, Riel. I make some that are similar to yours for friends' babies. Beautiful!

Cathy said...

They make me want to play!

Lynne said...

DD and I have been trying to think of a layout for our "I Spy" quilt (for her children) that we are both happy with - we haven't found one yet! I love your blocks - how inspiring!

Mary Jo said...

The I Spy blocks are looking good!! I can't wait to see it all put together with all those squares (500 did you say)?