Re*sew*lutions Guest Post: ‘I Spy’ Fabric Matching Game

Today I am guest blogging over at my friend Jessica’s blog, ‘Me Sew Crazy‘.  She is doing a fabulous series about sewing Re*sew*lutions.

Head on over to ‘Me Sew Crazy‘ to view my DIY tutorial and make your own:
‘I Spy’ Fabric Matching Game

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  1. Too, too cute! Love it.

  2. Very cute!

  3. What a fab idea, such a cute game!

  4. thank you so much Lindsay for being a part of it! as always, your creations are simply fabulous! and i second shannon’s comment, where oh where did you get that fabulous ribbon?!!

    thank you again, and i hope you are having a great day!!!

  5. I loved your tutorial over that MeSewCrazy. I have the same “challenge” of a million I Spy fabrics which I want to use up. I can’t bear to toss them and I’m not sure I want to make many more quilts. This is a great idea. Thank you so much for sharing it.

  6. Hi Lindsay, Jackie said hello. I am now following you.

  7. This is just perfect for my grandchildren. My daughter used to play this game for hours when she was a little girl, only we called it “Memory”, or “Concentration”. I’m collecting fabric squares already, and can’t wait to make this one. Thanks for the tutorial!

  8. Very cute – and I think they’d make super cute coasters too! 🙂

  9. I love this – its too cute!

  10. Anonymous says

    My niece & nephews have already figured out how to “peek” at the edges to find possible matching squares. The little stinkers…now auntie has to add bias trim around the edges. Not that I don’t have plenty of fabric to do this, but I think it would be best if it were all the same color?!!! Kids these days, just have to smile and love ’em and keep my patience ’til their momma comes to take them back home, haha!