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!