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Thread: Puffa Quilt

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    Here is another one of my unfinished quilts lol
    This is my puffa quilt all hand sewn each 4 inch square is stuffed with soft polyester stuffing and hand embroidered around each square plus little crochet flowers are added but it is not finished yet
    Hope you all like it
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    WOW!!!!!...That is soooo cool 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)

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    That is so cool. Warm and cuddly.

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    Fluffy--like sleeping under a marshamllow!

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    WOW! Something I've wanted to make for quite some time - but am scared off by all the hand sewing - is it tough to do when you get a few rows out from center - or do you work row by row? Maybe if I start on a doll quilt size, work my way up to crib size and take it from there. It's gorgeous!

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    Lovely quilt - how long does it take to make each "puff"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LUV2QLT
    WOW! Something I've wanted to make for quite some time - but am scared off by all the hand sewing - is it tough to do when you get a few rows out from center - or do you work row by row? Maybe if I start on a doll quilt size, work my way up to crib size and take it from there. It's gorgeous!
    I sew 4 inch squares in rows then stuff them, sew them onto quilt then embroider the squares together the only things that takes time with this quilt is turning the squares inside out and add the stuffing as the stuffing as to be quiet tight in each square to get the shape this is so time bearing lol.
    Have a go its a good quilt to make in winter as the bigger it gets the warmer it is when placed on you knee whilst sewing the quilt lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiQuilter
    Lovely quilt - how long does it take to make each "puff"?
    When i first started it took over an hour to make a row of puffa and another hour to stuff them etc but now it takes me an hour to sew,turn inside out, stuff and embroidery a row,, but i have so many quilts on the go and so many in storage i never know which one to get going again lol.
    I am getting some of my work out to share with this forum some quilts i forgot i had lol

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    Very nice! I did one once , small for a play pad. They are fun.

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    Oh, I would have to lay on top of this quilt, it looks soooo comfy and snuggly. Really pretty work.

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