I have a couple projects that I am working on…
Here is the Puff (biscuit) quilt that I working on for a baby present.
It’s getting close to finished but it still needs a backing….I am debating on binding it too. I read some old tutorial type things and it is suggested to put the backing on, sew around, and turn inside out. I’m still debating. I think I would prefer a binding…I think it will look more finished.
I am working on getting my UFO done….It’s slow progress though.
I have the center portion of the top about half together.
I have a quilt on the quilting machine too.
I am going to a retreat this weekend so I am going to put together some projects to take along. I can’t wait to get away.
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Jo , the biscuit quilt looks good. I found my template for making these yesterday whilst having a quilting stuff sort out. It had dropped down the back of some shelving. I have a load of scraps the right size to use for one of these and I also found some toy stuffing. Your UFO from Bonnies book is looking great . That is one on my bucket list.Her patterns are great . You have been a busy quilter. I look forward to seeing how you decide to finish the biscuit quilt.
Hmm, I thought part of the charm of a biscuit quilt was that it ‘came’ with its own backing…
Woman’s Day or Family Circle published a pattern for the biscuit quilt in the 70’s. I tore it out. I still have it. I’ve never attempted it.
I do like that Bonnie Hunter scrappy design. I’m more likely to attempt that than biscuits.
Great projects. I love your UFO. Good luck on your progress.
I really like the biscuit quilt. Reminds me a quilt my grandma made years ago. Your idea of a binding for it, I think, is a great one. Makes it look more complete.
I haven’t made a biscuit quilt since the 70s! Now I wonder what happened to it. I think my youngest son wore it out. I think your fabrics are a little tamer than those of the 70s. I don’t remember binding mine but I do think that would be nicer.
I think binding the biscuit quilt would look fabulous!
AHHHHHH…. let me tell u the baby will LOVE the puff (biscuit) quilt u made! i know this because as the mother having said baby i already love it! thank you soooooo much!!!!! a million times over! 7 more weeks and the baby will be here lol
It’s been fun to make as it is a new to me technique. Seven more weeks..time is flying at least for me :)
How do you make a biscuit quilt? It looks a lot like my puppy’s squeek toy. :-)