Crochet Puff Quilt is an amazing project that you can do with your own two hands. It’s also a popular project for beginner crocheters, so it’s the perfect project to learn new crochet techniques.

If you’re looking for a simple, yet stunning quilt to make, check out this crochet puff quilt pattern. This pattern is available in PDF and print formats, so you can choose what works best for you. Once you have the pattern downloaded, it’s time to get started!

What is a crochet puff quilt?

A crochet puff quilt is a fun and easy project that can be made in just a few hours. It is the perfect way to use up those leftover scraps of yarn, and it is also great for creating a personalized quilt for your own home. The finished quilt will be soft, warm, and beautiful.

To make a crochet puff quilt, you will need:

To begin

Chain 40 (44, 48) stitches.

Next,Row 1: Dc in the 2nd ch from the hook and each ch across. (38 (42, 46) dc)

Row 2: Ch3 (counts as dc here and throughout), turn. Dc in the first dc, *skip 2 dc, dc in next dc; rep from * to last 3 sts, skip2dc, turn.

Row 3: Ch3, turn. Dc in the first 2 dc, *skip 1dc, sc in next dc; rep from * to last 3 sts, skip1dc, turn.

Rep Rows 2 and 3 until your quilt is the desired size. Be sure to alternate colors every row! When you reach the end of your row, tie off your yarn and cut off any excess.

Now it is time to fill your quilt with fiberfill. Use a tapestry needle to sew around the edge of your quilt using a long stitch. This will help keep your fiberfill in place while you quilt over it later.

Once your fiberfill is sewn in place, it is time to start quilting your crochet puff quilt. Begin by quilting a grid pattern over the entire surface of your quilt. Be sure to use a back and forth motion so that the stitches are evenly distributed.

Once you have finished your grid, begin quilting any design that you want on top of it. Be creative! Once your design is complete, tie off your quilt and cut off any excess yarn. Your crochet puff quilt is now finished!

Materials needed for a crochet puff quilt

  1. -a large crochet puff
  2. -thread in a variety of colors
  3. -yarn needle
  4. -pins
  5. -sewing needle and thread
  6. -polyester batting
  7. -sewing machine
  8. -scissors
  9. -iron and ironing board

The quilt top

This crochet puff quilt top is a quick and easy project that can be completed in just a few hours. The quilt top is made of a series of small squares, which are then pieced together to create the final product.

The quilt top features a slight A-line shape and is perfect for adding some extra warmth to any room. To make this quilt top, you will need the following supplies:

To begin, chain 120 and join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring.

Round 1: Chain 2 (count as first dc), work 11 dc into the ring, join with a slip stitch into the second chain from the hook.

Rnd 2: Ch 2 (count as first dc), work 1 dc into each of the next 11 dc, join with a slip stitch into the second chain from the hook.

Rnd 3: C 2 (count as first dc), work 3 dc into each of the next 5 dc, join with a slip stitch into the second chain from the hook. Repeat rounds 2 and 3 three more times. Fasten off and weave in ends.

The quilt back

This crochet puff quilt pattern is a fun and easy way to add some interest and personality to your bedspread or quilt. It’s perfect for a youngster’s room, or for a more grown-up look, you can change the colors and patterns to suite your taste.

The puff quilt is made up of small squares, all the same size. Each square is worked from the bottom up in one direction, then turned so that the wrong sides are facing together and work from there up again. The resulting fabric is very textured and has a bumpy appearance.

The pattern includes instructions for making both a 60 inch by 60 inch quilt and a 20 inch by 20 inch pillow case with this crochet puff quilt pattern. You will also need basic crochet skills including single Crochet (SC), Double Crochet (DC), Slip Stitch (SL ST), and Treble Crochet (TC).

How to make a crochet puff quilt

If you’re a fan of crochet puff quilts, this pattern is for you! This quilt is made up of small squares that are joined together with simple stitches. The finished quilt is incredibly soft and cozy. You can make it in any size and color combination you like.

To start, create a foundation chain using any length you like. Make sure the length is long enough to cover your entire quilt top. Next, join the chains into a ring using a slip stitch.

Next, work an octagon in each corner of the foundation chain ring. (See photos below). Leave a gap open at the center of each octagon so that you can start working your squares later on.

With white yarn, work a magic ring and insert your hook into the second ring from the hook (see photo below). Pull up a loop (3 loops), then pull through all 3 loops on your hook (see photo below). You now have 2 half-triangles left on your hook (see photo below).

Work these half-triangles together until they’re one big triangle (see photo below). Now work another octagon in each corner of this newly created triangle (see photo below) – make sure to leave a space open at the center again! Fill in the gaps between each square with white yarn as you go (see photos below).

Next, work yellow yarn into each corner of every other square except for one. Work this last square with black yarn. (See photos below).

Finally, join the squares together with a slip stitch in the middle of each black square. Weave in any loose ends and you’re done!

Tips for making the perfect crochet puff quilt

If you’re a fan of crochet puff quilts, then these tips will help make your dream project a reality!

First, decide on the size of your quilt. It’s best to start with a small quilt and then make adjustments as needed.

Secondly, choose the right yarn for your project. A medium weight yarn will work best for this type of quilt.

Third, be sure to use a pattern that is specifically designed for crochet puff quilts. There are many helpful tutorials available online.

Fourth, measure and cut your fabric pieces accurately. You don’t want the finished quilt to look like it was made by a kindergartner!

Finally, follow the instructions carefully to create an even stitch pattern. If you get lost along the way, there are many online resources available to help you resolve any errors.

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Learn how to make Crochet Puff Quilt Pattern:

Access the free pattern / Crochet Puff Quilt Pattern

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All of us had a great week, full of God’s Desired houses in their works, and a lot of creativity to start another project mainly with crochet yarn.

With love and affection, Crochet On Me!

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