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Thread: Bisquit/Puff Quilt for grand daughter

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    Bisquit/Puff Quilt for grand daughter

    This is a bisquit/puff quilt I made for our youngest grand daughter.
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    How pretty!!!
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    Love your color choices. It looks so soft and girly So cute.

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    Very Nice.

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    what a beautifully soft look that has to it. great job!
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    A nice girl quilt Beautiful.. I love it.
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    Lovely quilt; good work!

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    very nice love the colors
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    Gorgeous and love the colors and pattern. I have made lots from crib size to queen.
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    That's pretty! I keep meaning to make one...
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    very nicely done up,great colors
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    this is on my bucket list to do-love the colors

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    Love it, it reminds me of ice cream cones. Thanks for sharing.
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    Pretty. I like the colors.

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    That is really pretty.

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    Oh, sooo pretty! I so want to do one of these!!! Did you use the clips that are sold for making these quilts?
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    Love these bisquits!
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    Oh, sooo pretty! I so want to do one of these!!! Did you use the clips that are sold for making these quilts?
    I don't know which clips you mean. I brought this as a kit but it was not puffy enough the way it was package so I used the thin material that is used to transfer dress or clothes patterns as the foundation so it was made in one piece and then I sewed the finished quilt to the backing. The best way to get it really puffy is not to over stuff. I washed it before I gave it away to be sure that it would launder well and I was very happy at how well it washed.
    I did use little hair clips to keep the foundation material where it needed to be so it would not be caught up in the rows.

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    Adorable!
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    Very pretty. Do you quilt around the squares or tie the quilt? I've seen picture of some and thought they would make a nice lap quilt for nursing homes or someone in a wheel chair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat2quilt View Post
    I don't know which clips you mean. I brought this as a kit but it was not puffy enough the way it was package so I used the thin material that is used to transfer dress or clothes patterns as the foundation so it was made in one piece and then I sewed the finished quilt to the backing. The best way to get it really puffy is not to over stuff. I washed it before I gave it away to be sure that it would launder well and I was very happy at how well it washed.
    I did use little hair clips to keep the foundation material where it needed to be so it would not be caught up in the rows.
    These are the clips that I am talking about. . . .
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    I love the colors.
    I love to quilt.

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    Lucky girl!

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    A dear friend gave me the pattern booklet for that and I like looking at it. One more for the "to do" list. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Teresa

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    I love those quilts. I made one for each of my three daughters years ago and it took a lot of time and fabric and work, but just loved them when they were done. I made a pillow too and it looked nice after it was done. I like the colors you picked.
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