EXCLUSIVELY ANNIE'S QUILT DESIGNS: Rainbow Puffs Quilt Pattern or Video

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This quilt really pops!

Skill Level: Easy
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This unique puff quilt is set on point and alternates puff squares with quilted flat squares. It is designed to use up your fabric and batting scraps and is primarily assembled as you go, which means it'll clean up your sewing room and come together quickly!

In this video, quilt expert Heather Valentine demonstrates each step to make the vibrant Rainbow Puffs Baby Quilt and shares tips along the way to help. This popular style of puff quilt is also called a biscuit quilt.
You’ll learn how to:
  • Create texture with inset or setting blocks.
  • Set blocks on point.
  • Quilt on a diagonal.
  • This video is also available on Annie's Creative Studio.

    Finished size: 39" x 50 1/2"

    Designed and quilted by Chris Malone.


    Overall rating:
    2.5 out of 5
    (3 reviews)

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    EXCLUSIVELY ANNIE'S QUILT DESIGNS: Rainbow Puffs Quilt Pattern or Video

    December 3, 2021

    I struggled with this quilt one of my first, but I did finish it, and it looks very cute. As mentioned in previous reviews, sewing with the puffs attached is very frustrating. I did read in the directions where it says not to overfill them, but it does take a bit of trial and error to get them puffy enough to be fluffy for interesting baby play, but still squishy enough to sew over. I used a polyester fiber fill, even when I originally planned on using my leftover fabric scraps to fill the puffs. It is much easier to gauge the size of the puff filling when you can grab basically the same size handful each time. For this reason, I pulled all the filling at once and then started filling the puffs afterward. I used my walking foot, which made maneuvering the needle more difficult due to size. But I used the walking foot because I added a second layer of batting. I didn't think it seemed soft enough for a baby to lay on a floor without carpet. It did take me some time to build up the courage to tackle the completion of the quilt after I got it started, but I am glad I did. It turned out really cute, in spite of my frustrations, and I am hopeful my goddaughter will enjoy it!

    EXCLUSIVELY ANNIE'S QUILT DESIGNS: Rainbow Puffs Quilt Pattern or Video

    August 25, 2021

    I am a confident beginner and I found this quilt very difficult. It should be noted to NOT overfill the puffs regardless, the puffs really get in the way when you're trying to attach the backing. I almost gave up.

    EXCLUSIVELY ANNIE'S QUILT DESIGNS: Rainbow Puffs Quilt Pattern or Video

    July 4, 2021

    This is not an easy quilt. I have several quilts I have quilted and reading these instructions put me in tears. All the letter naming to the cuts are just confusing. I am so beyond frustrated and felt I just wasted money since there is no support, no video no anything for this pattern. If you are no a seasoned quilter, stay away

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