Puff Quilt

by Lynn

My mother in law started this quilt before she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After she passed away I finished it for my father in law. I think she would have been very proud to see it done.

It was made by making small, pillow like squares and stuffing them with batting. It is a very heavy and warm quilt.

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Jan 11, 2012
This quilt is truly lovely ... I am smitten!
by: Caroline A

I am a new quilter, and the longer it take me to complete a quilt, the happier I am! When one lives in Canada, the winters are long ... quilting is a great past time ... getting away from the stress of work and the cold outside ....
I am sure you Father in Law appreciates and loves this quilt. Congratulations on completing it. Definately a work of love ....

Dec 22, 2011
by: Anonymous


Dec 19, 2011
by: Mary Pereira

Surely his mother was very proud !!!!!!!!!!!!

Dec 19, 2011
by: Myriam Hidalgo

Muy bello y suave, gran trabajo, felicitaciones!

Dec 08, 2011
Thank you
by: Lynn

Thank you Irene!

My mother in law started it about 2 years before she passed away and worked on it on and off, but often times was to sick and didn't have the energy for it. It took me about 3 more months working 1 - 3 hours at a time most days, so yes, it is a time comsuming technique, but it is worth it for the finished product!

Dec 07, 2011
by: Irene

Lynn, I'm sure your mother in law would be proud of you, that's a beautiful work of art.
I've used this puffs for a craddle-cushion, (a protector around the craddle) and I feel it's a very time-consuming techinque, but the result is fine. I wonder how much time you spend working in this.
Congrats, Irene, from Guatemala CA.

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