This is part 2 of my tutorial how to make a puff or biscuit quilt. In today’s tutorial I’ll finish my cat’s puff bed now.
Just a small note: My quilt is small so I didn’t tie it. I’ve washed it and when I do it comes out fine.
For a larger quilt, it may be best to tie it every set of 4 puffs in a square if that makes sense. This explains how to tie a quilt.
I think my cat Spécial likes it. Do you agree?
Did you miss part 1? Do you need to watch the tutorial again? Here it is:
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