So I finished another puff quilt, this one is a lot smaller so it didn't take as long. I like the color combination. I like the edging too- don't know what it's called but it's pointy triangle fabric. Does anyone have anything to say about the size or border? Smaller, bigger? Any other suggestions?
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Well, I finished my puff quilt but the edges and binding don't look quite right. I think I stretched the rows a bit when I added the border so then it puckered up, then I added some batting and it made it a little more weird and then I "stitched in the ditch" and it doesn't look straight even though it is... so I need to rework how I finish the edges. But I love the puffy part in the middle! So back to the sewing machine to make the edges differently but maybe still for the craft fair or etsy???
Friday, March 18, 2011
I decided to try some small baby puff quilts. I've always loved how they looked. I'm keeping track of how much time they take to make so I can see if it'd be worth it to try them for a craft fair in November. My first one has taken about 5 hours so far, that sounds like a lot. All I need to do now is stuff the pockets with fiberfil, sew the rows together, bind it and maybe tie it in a few spots. What do you think?The squares all laid out