A toddler size puffy quilt out of Joel Dewberry's fabrics and a matching Mini Puffer (taggie toy)
This obviously isn't a puffy quilt but it is my favorite crib skirt I have made so far. A three tiered ruffled skirt. Love the fabric and matching crib sheet.
A twin size puffy quilt with a new technique for the back. The back is a rag quilt finish with clipped seams. I think I like the classic fabric back better, but this is nice too.
A work in progress- this was a big queen size quilt.
Lots of little puffers, people like to buy these at craft fairs and as small unique gifts. They are a great way for me to use leftover scraps. The backs are from minky fabric so there are lots of textures for babies to enjoy.
Some of my favorite fabrics to date. John Deere in pink!
I love mixing in some minky to the front of the puffy quilts.
|Fun owl fabric by Robert Kaufman. There are some minky squares mixed in. Perfect for a boy or girl!|
|My little "helper" on the full size Wanna Be a Cowboy puffy quilt. He can't get enough snuggling on these blankets!|
|I love this vintage look fabric that has a great autumn feel to it. It would look great thrown over the back of a chair or couch.|
|This quilt was a KING size quilt! It was so heavy and perfect for cold winter nights! I want one for my bed!|
|This was for my SIL baby bedding. It has been an ETSY shop favorite.|
|I have made 5 quilts out of this fabric by Riley BLake. One was a full size quilt for a lucky girl in North Carolina. They added two puffy pillows and a bed skirt and curtains and instant big girl bedroom!|
Pretty in purple "Lites and Brites" fabric, ruffle border
Wanna Be a Cowboy 2- fabric by Riley Blake, prairie peaks border
Daydream- fabric by Riley Blake, ruffle border
|I love adding minky or furry or fuzzy fabric into the mix. It turns an already great puffy quilt into a texture toy as well!|