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Thread: bisquit/puff quilt

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    bisquit/puff quilt

    I have a few of these to tie (hard on the fingers) I didn't make this, one of the ladies at the church did, she gives them to us and we tie. They will go to Children's Hopspital (ICU)
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    will quilt 4EVER

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    Beautiful..I love them
    Made a few for the cats, nice and cushie.
    Made a kingsize for my son.
    Love your colors

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    very nice i was lucky enough to get a doll quilt made by someone hee on board i love it
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    I just want to roll all over that ;-) very nice.
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    I love it such pretty colors and love the puffs. Sue

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    I, too, really like this quilt......have never made one..but love the way it looks.

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    That is so nice of her to do that. It is pretty.
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    I just love the biscuit quilt. Thinking it would be a great way to use some of my scraps.

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    looks great....

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    Beautiful, love the colors. I have made 9 or 10 biscuit quilts, baby crib sized and 6 or so queen size.
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    My daughter has requested one of these, but ... I just can't get started on one. Love this though ... so maybe ...
    So many quilts, so little time.

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    That is so pretty. I have never attempted one of those. They look so comfy.
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    what fun project. Endless posibility.

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    I have one that my 86yr old mother made years ago. She stuffed it with real nylon stockings. The fabric was from a pretty striped dress she had. It is in my hope chest. It is pretty but heavy. I take it out to see it every few years.
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    very pretty and I bet those children just love them....thanks for sharing

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    The puff quilts are just so cool. Great quilt for a child in the hospital.

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    It's the very first quilt I wanted to make and so far I've made every other pattern but this one! haha! We all just love the plushy comfy biscuit quilts! This one is no exception! Great use of colors!

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    I love a biscuit quilt! I am in the process of making one. I have about 125 of the 225 blocks sewn. I am waiting until I get all of them done to stuff them. It takes a lot less room to store unstuffed ones than it does stuffed ones! Here is the instructional video I used. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dtvrGPpA1Y
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    Great job!
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    Beautiful quilt
    May you always have Love to Share , Health to Spare, and Friends that Care!

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    I love a biscuit quilt! I am in the process of making one. I have about 125 of the 225 blocks sewn. I am waiting until I get all of them done to stuff them. It takes a lot less room to store unstuffed ones than it does stuffed ones! Here is the instructional video I used. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dtvrGPpA1Y
    Thank you so much for this link
    May you always have Love to Share , Health to Spare, and Friends that Care!

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    I would love to be tucked up under that its beautiful.
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    I know someone who used this type quilt to make a computer bag for her laptop, gives it a nice protective cushion!
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    Thinking maybe this would be a good use of xmas fabric, could you use whatever (ugly) fabric for the bottom?
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    this is so cute! i should try and learn to make one of these. some little child would love it!
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