(Updated 01/02/2018)
Thank you for your interest in participating in the
Charity Committee's  'I Spy' Challenge!
The committee is starting the year off with a wonderful challenge for all members.
We are collecting a variety of recognizable prints to create the quilts that the guild donates to agencies around the area.
Take a look through your stash and see what you can come up with.
The blocks will be assembled into twin size quilts.
 
       

Next version of the I-Spy Quilt!
CLICK HERE for the Off-set I-Spy instructions
(posted 06/09/2018)


Not familiar with 'I Spy' fabrics?
Quilts are made for young children to engage in a search for things like: bugs, frogs, cars, trucks, flowers, hippopotamuses, elephants, horses, dogs, cats, lollipops, chickens, baseballs, footballs, bicycles, motorcycles, balloons, or let your imagination run wild like a child!
This is going to be fun! 
 
 

First Version of the I-spy Blocks:
Assemble your blocks:
Each block will have four 5 inch I Spy fabrics. 

Sash your first 4-patch with a solid fabric
(no black or grey - think crayon colors!),
and your second 4-patch with white.
The first set of sashing strips for each block
will be 9-1/2" x 2 1/2" and 
the second set is 13-1/2" x 2 1/2".
Block should measure 13-1/2" square when complete.

 
Don't have time to make blocks?
You may also donate 5 inch cut squares of I Spy fabrics, or
2 1/2 inch by width of fabric strips in white or solid colors.
Bring your finished blocks or fabric donations to the Business Meetings on the first Tuesday of each month, or to the Charity Sew days on the third Wednesday (except June and December) at Ruby Street Quilts in Tumwater.
Check back for the next block style to be announced soon!