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Thread: Puff (biscuit) Quilts

  1. #11
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    Mar 2010
    I made one a few years back in a queen size. It was the "trip around the world" pattern. It is lovely, BUT heavy! If you make one be sure NOT to fill the pillow with much puff because it ends up being heavy. God bless. Quilting Joan

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    Super Member EagarBeez's Avatar
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    Feb 2009
    Eagar, Arizona
    I have made a full size for my granddaughters bed a few years ago. See my icon. It took me a long time. I made the whole thing by hand. The quilt is quite heavy. You need fabric for front, fabric to make pockets to be stuffed and then I purchased fabric for baking. I am very pleased with the quilt, turned out terrific, but, time consuming
    I never believe in the word can't,unless you've tried

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    Senior Member coldquilter's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    northern Minnesota
    I have made a couple of baby quilts this way. I did not use the turn method, I just sewed the top and bottom together with the raw seams on the outside and then joined them together when done. I used really cheap lightweight fabric on the back and then put other backing on. I have seen them done where you use good backing and then when you sew them together, make a ragtime. Good luck. Didn't seem like mine were heavy, but only baby size.

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