Added Feb 12, 2008
This is simply made from 4 1/2 inch squares sewn together and stuffed with batting. I basically made up how to sew it together. The blocks are set up on my ironing board. They aren’t quite finished yet, as I still have pins in them to sew up the opening where I stuffed the stuffing in. They aren’t sewn perfectly square, so they don’t stack more than 3 high, but they are soft; and in my opinion the bright colors make up for any kind of lumpyness!
cotton quilting fabric that was bundled together in similar colors
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