I saw this quilt http://www.flickr.com/photos/ruthsloan/4836878496/in/pool-freshmodernquilts
today and thought that it would be a great pattern with lots of blank spaces for displaying photos. Although this quilt looks complex, it is actually very easy to make using strip piecing.
On my profile, there is a photo of a group slice quilt of a barn scene that I made. My slice (center on bottom) was made using white fabric treated with BubbleJet and printed using my HP DeskJet printer. The slice just to the right of mine is a watercolor painting by the artist who painted the original barn scene used for this slice quilt.
Since my slice was larger than 8.5" x 11", I had to print my image slice in two parts and seam the parts together. Also, I had to seam my piece to the slices prepared by the other quilters. To avoid white spaces near the seams, I stretched just the edges of the scanned image by copying about a half inch from each edge and repeating it. I did not want to enlarge/distort the entire image. My seams were 1/2" to allow some wiggle room to match the surrounding slices.