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Twin Size+ Puff Quilt Pattern is Here!

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Another long awaited pattern is here!  I have been asked time and time again if I make puff quilts larger than baby size.  My answer was and will always be ‘nope, sorry!’  I really don’t enjoy making large puff quilts because it is a lot of work.  So there is your fair warning.  But once it’s done, I have to say, it’s worth it!  My friend Sarah helped me make this quilt for this pattern and I probably couldn’t have finished it without her, honestly.  But now it’s done and so is the pattern:  Twin+ Puff Quilt Pattern!

twin size puff quilt 3

But look at it–isn’t it adorable??  The fabric is 100% from Shannon Fabrics and we are going to have a fun contest with them starting Monday so GET READY!  Now is your chance to purchase this pattern at 20% off using the code SHANNON.  You can use this code until the end of July for this pattern or any of my other patterns.

twin size puff quilt 1

This pattern is for a twin size quilt, about 64″x80″.  It’s the same size as my IKEA comforter on my boys’ beds.  The picture shown here is an IKEA toddler bed, which is a little smaller than twin and you can see the quilt is quite a bit bigger.  The pattern includes calculations to make full, queen, and king size puff quilts as well.  AND the puffs themselves are about 3 inches larger around so you don’t have a zillion puffs to sew and it’s still super soft and plush.

twin size puff quilt 2

The best part about this pattern is that there is NO binding!  I know how intimidating binding can be and it does take awhile to do.  But this quilt skips the binding altogether and turns out great.  I used all minky fabric and it is SOOO soft.  I made it for my best friend’s little girl and she squealed with delight when she saw it.  It is seriously heavenly.  It would be so fun to lay out on the ground for sleepovers, movie nights, whatever.  And of course for sleeping in the cold winter.

Shannon Fabrics has recently released their line of chevron fabrics which you can find at most quilt shops across the US.

Purchase the pattern (along with any of my other patterns) for 20% off using code SHANNON



  1. Thanks for the shout-out! 😉 turned out great!

  2. Maria Sleeman says:

    Hello I’d love to purchase this pattern but the links don’t seem to be working – can you help? Thanks!


    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      The link on the sidebar should work!

  3. I would love to make this quilt. I’m wondering if you could give me a rough idea of how much it cost to make?

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Probably between $50-75.

  4. Ashley Snell says:

    Could I pay you to make this exact quilt? Pretty please!

  5. What level of sewer is this for?

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Beginner to intermediate.

  6. Do you know how I can alter this pattern to make it for a queen sized bed?

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      There are calculations at the end of the pattern for larger sizes.

  7. I bought the pattern and have made all my puffs, but am wanting to confirm how many puffs per row? Thank you!

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      I need to correct the pattern, it’s 11×13 in rows. So 143 puffs.

      1. Michelle Belk says:

        I’ve emailed you about this, so with that then if I am using 8 different fabrics then I need to cut 17 squares from each correct?? I am AFRAID now I don’t have enough fabric 😢

        1. Michelle Belk says:

          Nope, I don’t have enough!! Can only get 10 spurred PER fabric!! Now I don’t know WHAT to do

  8. How large are the squares? Could I “cheat” and buy a layer cake set of cuddle (minky) fabric?
    Thank you!

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Yes, I’m sure you could. The squares are 7×7 and they make fairly large squares. I wouldn’t do any bigger than 10″ and it’s going to take more stuffing or else it will look more flat.

  9. Michelle Belk says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!! About how much fabric (each) did you use?

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      I can’t remember off the top of my head, but it says it in the pattern I believe. Thanks!

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