Crochet Puff Quilt: Happy-Scrappy Crochet Projects

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I love happy-scrappy projects, don't you? They are so much fun to make and usually turn out looking great, even if they aren't perfect. And this crochet puff quilt is no exception! Made with colorful scrap yarn and a simple puff stitch, it's a project that is sure to please.

The featured quilt can be easily done using only yarn scraps or partial skeins of the fiber that are sitting in your project's closet without any other project going on at home!

The result is going to be cutting down what’s leftover from your stash tremendously- which also helps when it comes time to spend hours working each row together because there aren't many distractions during these long processions through boredomville.

So, what do you think? Will you give this crochet puff quilt a try? I'd love to hear from you in the comments below. And, as always, thanks for reading! 🙂

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Crochet Puff Quilt: Happy-Scrappy Crochet Projects
Via Sass & Stitch

Crochet Puff Quilt Free Pattern

The detailed photo tutorials will help you master the advanced techniques.

need some basic skills like chain, half double crochet, and slip stitch but it's well worth learning these as they are used for more complex projects!

Materials :

“Yarn: Worsted/Medium (4) scraps, roughly 15-20yds per square, plus yarn for seaming

Hook: (H)5.0mm, or hook size needed to meet gauge

Polyfil Stuffing, Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape”

So what are you waiting for? Gather up your scraps and get started on this fun and easy crochet quilt today! You'll be so glad you did.

      Happy crocheting everyone!!

      Thanks to Sass & Stitch for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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