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So we have one last post coming up in the Puff Quilt Tutorial series.  I hope you all are having great success in making yours!  I’ve received emails from several of you making puff quilts and I can’t even express to you how happy it makes me that you’re trying it and loving it!

The first time I made a puff quilt I thought, wow!  I could definitely do that again.  After the second one, I thought, wow!  I am never doing that EVER again.  But the second one was twice as big and my machine kept breaking AND I didn’t have a walking foot.  Plus my material calculations were off so I had to keep going back to the store.

But I had still posted them for sale in my shop and one day, months later, I sold one!  So I started it again, and sure enough, my machine broke.  So I just got a new one, and it’s been a bed of roses ever since!  I have finally had time to create my own designs again, and I’m going to be unveiling a new one each month.  Here is this months (it may look strangely familiar)

Wouldn’t it look cute in pink?  (I just changed the hue in Photoshop)

This quilt is now for sale in the Honeybear Lane Shop!


  1. Michelle Whitlow says:

    oooh, I absolutely LOVE the turquoise!!! I was waiting til you finished all of the tutorial steps before I began mine. (I'm a bit anal and like to know everything upfront) But now I think I *might* be able to do this so I'm gonna give it a whirl 🙂

  2. Those are beautiful! I love the black in them!

  3. The quilt is beautiful! I awmondering where you got the black and white fabric. I need some fabric for comforter covers in my girls' room, and that would be perfect! Thanks in advance!
    Bev Tank gbtank@qwestoffice.net

  4. heidi voneiff says:

    Love the turquoise puff quilt.

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