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  • stationarymom
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    Tumbler quilt,Hugs and kisses,Sail boat,Falling charms etc..

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  • auntiemern
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    Skate Board, Jar Quilt and Double Slice are what first came to my mind.

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  • Saqqara
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    I'll vote a rail fence. Why? Because that's what I'm working on.

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  • Jean Sewing Machine
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    I've used the double slice on a number of boy's quilts. They go together fast and don't cut up the cute I Spy patterns too small. Another one I used for I Spy was Fat Quarter Shop's Layer Cake Lemonade pattern. Another that works is the Illusion pattern and the skateboard quilt. These all keep the fabrics in relatively large pieces instead of cutting them up small. Depending on your I spy prints, a jar quilt ( quart jar size) could also work. I made one with I Spy candy prints.

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  • easyquilts
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    I've made twinI SPY quilts, for teo little boys, using one if the ZI SPY layer caked, and the very at Double Sliced pattern...or technique... It's fast, easy, and looks great....

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  • Neller
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    Double slice is fast and easy.

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  • Anitamae56
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    I am making the T-Block or the intersection quilt right now , it is one of her tutorials . Very, very fast easy. Using 10" squares.

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  • Donna R.
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    Boy Quilt

    I'd like to do a relatively quick quilt (one using a MSQC tutorial would be great) to make a "boy" quilt for donation using an I SPY 10" layer cake. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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