How To Make A Bubble Quilt


If your handmade projects are not bringing you the fluffiness in your life, consider the next cute DIY idea. From as little as pieces of scrap fabric and some Poly-Fill (or any other fluffy filling), you could easily make a large and comfortable quilt rug, blanket or (why not?) bed for your toddler. The colorful design suggested on this webpage will make any kid smile and want to spend time on it, while your need for fluffiness can be fully satisfied. The bubble pattern of the quilt will encourage anyone, especially little kids, to lounge on it or squishing the colorful puffs for hours. So, don’t waste any more precious time and begin making this awesome piece of DIY. Grab your handmade utensils and after some careful sewing and stuffing, the final bubble quilt will definitely be a nice addition to your home’s decor. Read the full list of steps of the tutorial, find out what other materials you will need and good luck!



How to make a bubble (for bubble quilt)

DIY Bubble Quilt Tutorial

271 Responses to “How To Make A Bubble Quilt”

  1. Donalda says:

    I commend you for sharing…but you drag on to long,prep better….have samples ready,and you can sew over pins….have a glass of warm water near to sip on…cute idea ,but…you bored me…just saying…

    • Tansy says:

      The word is too not to. Prep better!
      You bore me with your miserable remarks which are completely unnecessary, ill mannered and poorly worded.
      If you can’t say anything nice then don’t say anything at all, no-one has forced you to read the article.

      • cindy says:

        Tansy Do you know Tobie , because you both are really rude sounds like you both play on the same playground. Now its time for time out

        • Dean says:

          I’m with you, Cindy! Any negative comments should NOT be aired after someone is nice enough to SHARE something with us!!!!!

          • Heather says:

            Cindy was sticking up for the person who criticized the video and instructions and was putting the people who found that offensive in “time out”.

            So I think agreeing with Cindy means that you think it was fine for this woman who took the time to share her craft to get bashed in the first comment. I am not sure that is what you meant. I hope not.

          • Susan says:

            Shame on all of you. The first comment by Donalda was rude and uncalled for, then Cindy runs in to back Donalda up? People, stop and listen to yourselves. You are so busy sniping at each other, you’ve forgotten what negative means. You’re ALL being negative now. This project is a lot of prep, but look closely at the final product. It would be well worth it.

          • Allison says:

            i don’t see how Cindy DEFENDED the OC, the way i see it is she lumped the OC and the person who commented on their comment in the same “playground”.

            no one needs to flame anyone else.

            wow that all escalated quickly!

        • Debbie says:

          Totally agree with you, Cindy! If they don’t like the video then let them just quit watching it. It is really sad in today’s society that we have people like this. I guess they have meaningless lives and want to try to bring everyone down as low as they are. It was really sweet of her to try to help anyone wishing to make one of these quilts!

        • linsey says:

          Good Lord people are rude as all get out! Who care hoe this person make you feel! She took her time to teach you this!

        • J R says:

          I think Tansy was talking to Donalda not the video person.

        • cathie says:

          thank you Cindy

      • Nana says:

        TOO bad you don’t know how to accept some constructive criticism. I refuse to even VIEW your video because of the way you lashed out at the first person to suggest you might prepare better.

        Think about it dearie. Not a way to win friends or influence people.

        • Kristy says:

          Agreed with Nana!!!

          • Heather says:

            Why would you assume that Tansy is the maker of the video when further in the comments answers are provided by “developer” not Tansy and Tansy was one of a dozen who took exception to the comment?

            The person’s name who did the instructions is Skyler. I think you all have made a big mistake and a very wrong assumption.

        • Heather says:

          I would think someone named Nana would be of an age to know better than to judge someone that you do not know and worse to comment on it, but apparently not.

          If you had read through the comments, you would have noticed that the person whose video you are refusing to “VIEW” because they do not know how to “accept some constructive criticism” did not “lash out” at anyone and has in fact answered questions through the comments with the name “designer”. Although there were many comments that stated the criticism of the video of the video were uncalled for, the names I see are Tansy, Tobie, Phylis, Ann, Jackie, Melody, Karenslw, Sara, SJ, SF40ergirl, mac, Bill, and Martha, not designer. I also only see 2 names Nana and Cindy who seem to think that Donalda is in the right.

          So, “dearie”, perhaps you will accept some constructive criticism and use your brain before you type and show your lack of doing so. That is certainly not a way to win friends or influence people.

          You should use your age, wisdom, and outrage for positive rather than negative action.

          • Diane says:

            Agreed, Heather.

          • Audrey says:

            @Heather, wish I had got in on this in August, but maybe you’ll still get to read it. Wanted to APPLAUD YOU and say, GOOD FOR YOU!! I just DON’T GET the AUDACITY of people that have the nerve to look up FREE instructions, criticize the designer. @Donalda and Cindy, HOW DARE YOU CHINE ON FOR A “FREEBIE”, then criticize cuz the video wasn’t made to your liking. A tip to help the 2 of you “prep” better : Get off your negative a**es, drive to the fabric store and BUY the pattern. I HATE RUDE PEOPLE SUCH AS YOURSELVES. Does the anonymity of the web give you the bravado to speak like this to others or are you a**holes in real life as well ? Kudos to you Heather for speaking up. We need more like you’d

          • J9 says:

            I see what you see Heather! Unreal! The video was fine, it explained what to do….if you already know how to make one then don’t watch it. It was a thorough explanation on how to make it. 3:24 is not too long.

          • Nicole says:

            Agreed Heather…its not “construction criticism…it’s just plain immature and rude. If someone takes the time to put a vio together for a really cool idea, they shouldn’t have to, even for a second, worry about people being so negative. First off…it seems like a really cool product, for both kids and pets. Second…she took the time and energy to put a video together for those who may need that little extra help. And lastly…if u don’t like the video (or get bored)…then don’t watch it. Nobody is being forced to do so. Lol I commend and appreciate her for taking the time to put a video together for those that need it!!! 🙂

        • Leah says:

          This was far from ‘constructive criticism’, this was just rude and disrespectful. There are a million better ways to let her know her video was little to long other than this and you (and everyone else) knows it. She is standing up against someone who is being terribly rude and insensitive. Honestly? would you want your children to talk like that to their friends? (“honestly, Sally, you bore me”). Constructive Criticism is nicely saying what you think someone else should change, not being straight out rude and telling someone that you bore them. Could she have responded better and not let it get to her? probably, but that doesn’t make the first comment ok. Why should we live in a world where we have to act like nothing bothers us and people can be as disrespectful as they want? We should live in a world where people think about the other person before they say such insensitive things.

        • brohdaw says:

          I’m confused, how do we know this is tansy with the video and instructions?

        • Karen says:

          Tansy didn’t post the video. Why would you assume that???

        • Gail says:

          i agree w Nana

        • White_Rabbit says:

          Don’t let the door hit you on the way out honey! Your kind of bitter negativity is not wanted or needed here.

      • Jennie says:

        I agree with you! Thanks for sharing the video it was helpful.

      • J9 says:

        Agreed. Wow, that was rude.

      • Juanita says:

        okay. I know how to make the bubble, but how do I make the quilt? I have never made one before, but this caught my eye. AND I found the tutorial effective. I am 66 and have never tried a quilt. I just thought there would be more info about how to stuff the bubble and make the quilt. LOL! My mistake, but how do i find out how?

        • Tina says:

          Juanita, I am with you. Too much drama over a posting when it would be nice to actually know HOW to make the quilt. I know it is basically sewing the squares together. The video showed how to make the bubble into squares. I think I am going to google it. I wish you luck. I have not sewn a quilt either but I do make costumes for my daughter who goes to comic cons. Good luck.

          • Shortcake says:

            Juanita & Tina,
            If you haven’t figured it out yet. Check the other video, on how to make a bubble cushion for a chair. I will help you. She puts it together.

      • Shawna says:

        I agree if you don’t have anything to say and it’s not really constructive criticism. If you believe you have better tips for prep you should simply state what they are. Jeez… I didn’t think there would be drama HERE of all places… A ‘how-to’ on making bubble quilts lol

      • Joyce says:

        For Christ’s sake, GROW UP the whole Damn bunch of you!! Some people just like to get on here & Bitch & argue & make asinine remarks just to act like idiots, Quit being so damn ignorant!!

      • Grace says:

        Tansy, that ‘say something nice or nothing at all’ is for children. Freedom of speech is another matter. Tansy, if you can’t be uplifting and positive, don’t comment on someone else’s post. Same thing you’re doing. Hypocrite. Gawd to kick a puppy or something. You must be a demomcrat. First Amendment.

    • Tobie says:

      If you can’t say something nice, you shouldn’t say anything at all…..just sayin. I think your comment is out of line and rude.

      • Phyllis says:

        I totally agree with you! These two people are not only rude but their comments are uncalled for – If you can’t say anything nice……………….

    • Ann says:

      Wow. Jealous much?

    • Jackie says:

      I’m confused. Were you unable to turn the video off when you realized you were bored? If you need assistance closing windows on your computer, I’d be happy to walk you through it. (I’m sorry to the other people reading these comments. I am just very sick and tired of people thinking that just because they’re writing rude comments on a computer, instead of talking directly to that person, that it’s okay to be rude, impolite, and ignorant. Well, I guess they can’t help the ignorant part…)

    • Karenlsw says:

      Didn’t your momma teach you “If you can’t say something nice don’t say anything at all” ? BTW who died and made you the expert?

    • Sara says:

      She didn’t make the video to entertain you. She made it to educate you.

    • SJ says:

      Checked the comments hoping to find tips/experiences….. instead saw nitpicking and negativity…. I was under the naive impression that after middle age people grow up!

      • SF40erGirl says:

        Agreed!!! WTH!!! I was also looking for tips, etc., and instead found these unbelievable dumb ass comments. SMH

      • mac says:

        Im in the same boat as you, I was hoping for tips n tricks to this I want to make one and im new to big sewing projects. All I see is not so nice having nothing to do with sewing or this project.

      • A Girl Named Michael says:

        Welcome to the internet. Anonymity breeds bad behavior because there’s no accountability.

      • LB says:

        I actually scrolled down to see if there were instructions on stuffing and finishing. Wow are quilters really like this out there? Those negative people are drama hounds.

    • Bill says:

      There is a lot of vehemence in so many of the comments off of this one. My impression of Donalda’s comments were that they were constructive criticism that were very useful suggestions that the creator of the video could use to make even better presentations in the future. “You bored me” might sound a bit harsh, but it was just an honest assessment. The rest of the comments after it just seem… well, honestly, if you don’t see how they seem, I’ll probably just seem “rude” by pointing them out, and you’re likely not going to take my opinion to heart anyway.

      • Bill says:

        My first reply was after watching the video without sound (had to) and then looking to the comments for more info. After watching it with video, I think Donalda is entitled to have an opinion, but I thought the video didn’t drag on or show a lack of prep work. It was informative and helpful.

        • Hrimmy says:

          Entitled to your opinion is one thing, but to add a snide comment about getting water to sip on! Really?!

          She was not trying to be helpful – she was being straight up NASTY! There is no need for that at all…

          We did that sort of crap in High School… GROW UP!!!

      • A Girl Named Michael says:

        Constructive criticism is criticism made to offer improvement, and Donalda’s did not offer anything constructive, and it was worded rudely.

      • LB says:

        I have to differ with this one. While it may bore an experienced person it goes slow enough and easy enough for a fist timer. Adding two different methods is a good way to teach success. My advice instead would be to post pictures of the process for those people that have the experience to shoot through and ‘get the idea’.
        I believe that comment was a nasty one aimed at tearing down this persons work and skill. Constructive criticism is not written in such a way to demean and degrade a person or their work. To create a site and project like this is difficult and time consuming. If the writer of the nasty comment “constructive criticism” believes she can create a document that is better than this one she is free to do so. But….. If you can’t say anything nice….

        • Shannon says:

          I have watched the video 3 times, and read through all of these comments twice up until this point. The first commenter was indeed rude, there was no reason whatsoever to say that the demonstrator was boring them. Keep it to yourself commentator! That’s your problem, not hers! It was uncalled for. Everybody seems to be in favor that if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all…That is what all of this boils down to. The video does go at a perfect pace for a first timer to get the idea of how to do it. I would have liked to have known what size to have my squares of fabric cut first and how many straight pins I would be needing. I am a beginner. I also have no idea what poly foam is, this is why I was reading the comments. I did learn from the comments where to get the remaining directions and list of supplies, so it was indeed helpful. It is a shame that the world is the way it is these days, with social media, people do hide behind their monitors and be rude and mean because they can get away with it. It’s bullying at its greatest! Great job to the demonstrator, Thank you!

          • Sheila says:

            So well put ! The demonstrator did a great job !!! If you didn’t like it, move on ! For those of us who wanted to learn this, it was perfect. For those who already know how to do this, create your own video, and see if you can do a better job. Props to the demonstrator.

        • jean says:

          I agree with l b she was doing her best at what she knew if it bored you turn it off
          it was very rude

      • deara says:

        I agree, i was kinda disappointed after saw the video. It should be showing until it done. from A to Z. My reaction was “what the….that’s it?!” Atleast Donalda was being honest.

        • Heather says:

          Did you read the very detailed instructions? The “tutorial” with the step by step instructions and pictures to go from start to finish? It is the link under the video.

          • Patty says:

            Wow, that was the first helpful thing i’ve actually read in the comments! Thank you for pointing that out!

          • Dar says:

            Thank you heather… I was lost on trying to find the instructions… my sister sent me the video and I think its awesome and I’m gonna try to make it… again thank you for telling everyone where the instructions are… And thank you who ever posted the video…

    • Martha says:

      You Ma’am area Bitch -<3 Spread Love

    • Jill Demers says:

      That is so rude. Who are you to insult a person for your own lack of enthusiasm? Get a hobby, don’t insult someone else’s. Rude.

    • Billie says:

      You could have said something nice,and kept your entity remarks to youself

    • Nana K says:

      Hmmmmm! I just want to make the quilt!!!!!!!

    • terry stevens says:

      that was the LEAST boring demo I have ever seen.!!!! I enjoyed it a bunch

    • Lori says:

      How very rude!

    • Michael Roy Wakefield says:

      Saucer of cream to table three please.

    • Debbie says:

      Well, look at all the crap you stirred up, Donalda. Happy? I think YOU should be made to lick the spoon since you’re the one who stirred the turd pot!!!! Grow Up, Shut Up, and Go Away!! The rest of us mature people appreciated and enjoyed the video!

    • Dawn says:

      Quite frankly, your attitude bores me. Negative criticism has its merits if used correctly, but you my dear, have gone far beyond being critical.

    • Karen says:

      Thank You so much for the instruction beautiful quilt

    • Carol Cripps says:

      Holy Moses! She goes on too long??? The entire video is e minutes and 23 seconds long. Evidently you have too short an attentions span to be bothered quilting anyway. I thought it was too short – how does one sew the blocks together, for example, or make the ruffle around the edge? For what it was though, I thought it informative and gave a good demonstration of how to make the blocks.

    • Hrimmy says:

      Excuse me Donalda!

      If you are too bored, there is a little button up on the upper right side of the page with an X – it’s very easy to see, I shouldn’t have to go into great detail… Click on that, and your page will the “CLOSE”.

      I hope I didn’t take too long explaining that – as I got out my glass of water first and I tried to be prepared!!!

    • Hrimmy says:

      P.S. Donalda,

      I found your comment very hard to read (illiterate). No spacing behind the commas and the … (which are way over-used and shouldn’t even be there as they don’t even apply), improper placement of the comma behind the word “idea”, the improper spelling of “to”, should be “too”. My Dear, if anyone should be criticized… Just saying!

    • Zelda says:


      Why don’t YOU make a video and show us all how to do it? I think it was a good video and yeah, I’m smart enough to slide the bar over if I’m in a hurry.

    • michelle says:

      And this america is the exact reason theres no pledge of allegiance in our sschools, we say happy holidays, our children cant wear Halloween costumes ect ect ect. People that refuse to keep their opinions and preferences to their god damn selves.

    • kedwa30 says:

      Thank you for the constructive criticism. It helps people improve.

  2. Qt says:

    I am not seeing the full pattern, instructions, or supply list. I only see the description and block assembly tutorial video. Am I missing something? Or is a link missing?
    Other than that… really cute thick quilt idea. Looks like it could be assembled in the shaggy (or “non-quilter”) style also, making both sides tactily stimulating for little ones!

  3. Lucy says:

    I’m also not seeing instructions on how go make it or a supply list. The only thing below the video is an ad.

    • designer says:

      ” DIY Bubble Quilt Tutorial ” the link with all details… after video — the last row of the article —

  4. Kristi says:

    Hi, thank you for sharing, it is cute. Could you please send me the direction on how to make the complete quilt? Thank You, Kristi

  5. Helen says:

    Always love a demo that shows how much work / play is involved. wouldn’t it be fun to have bubble wrap bubbles with a tiny squeaky toys in them?

  6. Holly says:

    i must be missing something because all I see is the first step — how to make a bubble. I can’t find info on what size to cut the pieces of fabric, how many you’ll need, how much fiberfill, assembly instructions, etc. What is the backing, & how are the bubbles attached? There were no links for additional information. Very frustrating!

  7. Vanv11 says:

    I was not at all bored while watching your video (and that shouldn’t matter anyway!) thank
    You for sharing, I’ve been looking for how to do this and I feel very happy for the resource and information you have shared!

  8. Wanda says:

    The link below the video would be great except it requires me to install a program that I know nothing about in order to download the file.

    • Cindy C. says:

      It must be a program that I already have installed. The link contains photos and words to help you with completing the quilt, plus a list of items that you need at the very bottom.

      Btw, if you have an antivirus and firewall on your computer it should alert you if it’s a bad program. My computer seems to have accepted it well. I hope you can see it as it looks pretty simple.

      Have a blessed day.

  9. Norita says:

    This could so easily be modified to work with children with sensory issues. Different types of cloth to make the bubble. A dream project for an autistic child!!

    • Fawn says:

      That is a great idea! I am always looking for things for my son. He is not Autistic but has some tendencies to be such and requires a lot of extra stimulation. Thanks for the idea and I had no problem with the video. thanks to both the demonstrator and the commenter. I now have two projects one sensory wise for my son and the other a bright pink bubble blanket for my grand baby.

    • Eolsem says:

      Try putting different items in the bubbles with the padding, like crinkle paper (empty baby wipe packages or juice pouches), jingle bells, etc. for a sensry quilt.

  10. Jackie says:

    I can’t decide what I think about this quilt…I definitely like it! Just wondering how the gaps between the “bubbles” affect the comfort level. And I love the rainbow pattern quilt top!

  11. Gayla says:

    Wow, talk about ungrateful people. Thank you for sharing this and going to all this effort. You know people, pretty is as pretty does. I’ll try it with my Granddaughter.

  12. KW says:

    I did not watch the video yet so I’m sorry if this is in the video but how well can you wash something like this? thanks!

  13. Melody says:

    Grow up folks. Sorry if you couldn’t figure “it” out. I had no problem at all. Let’s not be so critical. It’s a great idea. Thank the lady for sharing.
    Afterall, it’s not her fault that you don’t know how to use your computer

  14. kathryn says:

    Would you send me directions on how to put this together? I just love it. Thank you for sharing.

    • Holly says:

      Kathryn, if you click on the dark print under the video where it says DIY Bubble Quilt Tutorial it takes you to another page with detailed instructions.

    • robin says:

      I think this looks really cute but you only showed how to align the fabric. I can guess the next step is sew, turn inside out (seems inside) and stuff… but what then? and what are the measurements? How do I put them together and finis with a ruffle? (Sorry but no, I have not quilted before) – If you respond to kathryn with instructions can you let me know too? Your video inspires me to try this!

  15. Holly says:

    Kathryn, if you click on the dark print under the video where it says DIY Bubble Quilt Tutorial it takes you to another page with detailed instructions.

  16. Suzan says:

    Too cute, thanks for the share~*

  17. Cday says:

    I am so sorry that one person makes a rude comment, and then the feed becomes all about her…thank you for the Tutorial, and I appreciate your willingness to teach others! To the rest, refrain in the future from being rude by turning your attention and remarks to the ones who chose to be rude…(shaking my head)

  18. cheyandersmeme says:

    I have been sewing since I was 13, I can look at something and figure it out. If one can not watch the video because of boredom, figure it out. Should only take a try or two, too get it right. As in any recipe or pattern, each person twerks it to fit their needs. I have seen the picture and I can picture in my head. Will start on one this evening. Good luck to each of us in trying this out.

  19. Angie says:

    I am confused. I could not understand any of the words they were muted ot some thing. I really want to learn how to mske this Beautiful rug gor my grandbabie. Could you make a new instruction vofeo for those of us who could not understand the last one

  20. Lenora says:

    Great directions thanks, can’t wait to try this idea..

  21. rose says:

    i love this and thanks so much for sharing…made me feel like you was right next to me 🙂

  22. Bobbi says:

    What a cute quilt! I want to make it for my granddaughter (soon to arrive). However, I’m pretty handicapped concerning sewing. I was unable to open the window with the detailed instructions and I don’t have time to read all the comments, so answers to my questions may be there; how much fabric and what type is advised; do you stuff the little squares; how do you wash this? Let’s see, I think that’s about it… 😉

  23. Barb Collins says:


    I am a little concerned on how the bubble quilts wash up? Does the stuffing of the bubbles go into a hard ball? Would you wash them in a gentle cycle, warm water and dry on a warm cycle?
    Thank-you so much,

  24. Ginny says:

    Great idea, once I got past all the ‘bitch’ blogs… thought this was a site for instructions on how to make this quilt, not to bitch about petty crap. Get a life and stop pole vaulting over rat $hit.

  25. marci says:

    Just a little FYI, I made a quilt like this, and the fiberfill makes it way through the fabric something terrible, my suggestion is stay away from dark colored fabric..

  26. Kristen says:

    First please delete all the negative comments these people are sad souls and clog your positive vibe.

    Let me say I have never sewn in my entire life, I went and bought a machine and took on this project thinking I would butcher it but still with hopes of something at least the cat could rest on. I followed your instructions and it came out beautiful, oh its amazing so I wish to thank you so much! Please keep up the great work.

  27. sarita says:

    Too cute, thanks for the share . I like number 5 most…….

  28. Melissa says:

    Thank you for sharing! I’m looking forward to making one for my baby girl!

  29. catrina says:

    Thanks for sharing. Definitely trying to make this quilt!

  30. Belinda says:

    Wow – very cool craft – thank you for sharing – can’t pin it unfortunately – it comes up as “Sorry! Users have reported that this url links to spam or inappropriate content. “. Unbelievable. Their loss.

  31. Essie Lawrence says:

    Thanks for the instruction video! You should sell these for people like me that don’t know how to quilt or just don’t have time! Cause I would love to buy one!

  32. Rebecca says:

    Moving past all the rudeness……

    I have never made a quilt before, and I would LOVE to make this for our dog. She is getting older and is starting to leak a lot. 🙁 So I need something I can wash. What do you stuff into the bubbles? Would it work to add something plastic into the bubbles? Can you wash this? Thanks!!

    • Dog Lover says:

      Your dog will need to pee far less if you find a dog food that doesn’t have any grains, rice, oats in it or peas or sweet potatoes or potatoes. These foods all turn into sugar too fast and so feed yeast, which makes a dog have to drink a lot and so pee a lot. I recommend Nature’s Logic, which my dog loves and her symptoms of yeast problems are now gone. It took me a long time to figure this out and a lot of veterinarian bills for treating symptoms and not getting to the reason for her symptoms. Your dog also might actually have a bladder infection.

      There are nice, washable dog beds available commercially.

  33. Lisa Sheldon says:

    Tried to pin to Pinterest and got: Sorry! Users have reported that this url links to spam or inappropriate content. I got the same message when I pinned from a book website. I don’t agree with Pinterest doing this. Just like the rude person’s posts.

  34. Crystal says:

    This is super cute! Thanks for sharing.

  35. Jocelyn says:

    Thank you for sharing! I don’t care how many bored people are commenting! I thought it was interesting and I am new to sewing so I found it informative! I have tons of scrap material that was giving to me, and I now have a new idea of what to do with all of it!!! Thanks bunches for sharing!!!

  36. rikkis says:

    Wtf. Grow up u middle aged tards

  37. annie osborne says:

    Where do you get the pattern to make a bubble quilt need to know mesurement and how to make them puffy just need a pattern thanks

  38. Janna says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this!! I definitely and going to try and make one of these for my grandbaby. You do beautiful work. Ignore the negative people. I have never understood saying hateful and nasty comments about something. If you didn’t like it, why do feel the need to say anything. Keep up the great sewing!!

  39. Susan says:

    Thank you for the video !!!! I also am looking for the square sizes . I learned thru this tutorial.

  40. Lisa says:

    The video is fine. Especially for those who like to see each and every step.
    I really don’t understand the comments about the video. It’s instructions on how to make…
    Not a video asking for pointers on shooting an instructional video.
    Quit nit picking. If you don’t like it move on. J/S

  41. Bobbie says:

    OMG people shut the hell up quite your bitching this person shared a nice idea and some of could careless about everything just how to make it get over it

    thank you for sharing and ignore these asses

  42. TamTam says:

    Love it!! Can’t wait to learn how to do this! I think adding sqeeky things would be extra fun!!! Thank you for sharing and just ignore the negative!! You’re Awesome! 🙂

  43. Teresa says:

    Thanks for the video! My brother and his wife will be needed something like this when their baby is old enough to try sitting up on her own. Thanks!!!

  44. Julie says:

    Geez I figured I’d have a horrible time finding the tutorial especially on my phone, but low and behold there it was at the bottom of the video on bright royal blue bold lettering that you click on and I’ll be darned if there wasn’t step by step instructions!!! This is a great idea!! Thank you for sharing!!!!

  45. Ruthie says:

    I think personally all of you like adding fuel to the fire we all have comments to say but whos worse the people making the rude comments or the ones replying to them? Personally I was taught to ignore all stupidity comments and rudeness and it bothers them more…..just saying~!
    By the way thank you for showing me how to create such a beautiful quilt very interesting how they turn out and great for Christmas presents~!

  46. Anne says:

    i don’t think her video was “wordy” or “boring.” When I want to learn a new craft I like long detailed step by step instructions. My mom made one of these “biscuit” quilts and it was auctioned off at our family reunion. It fetched over $200.00 from the bidder and she had my mom sign the quilt.
    Without the detailed video I wouldn’t know how to pin the edges, I would have “garbled” it up.
    Thank you for the explanation.

  47. Laura says:

    Ok so I love this, and I have never made a quilt, would love to make this one, is there a video like you just made for a step by step instructions on how to? Thank you, and by the way loved the video, for people like me who have never done this kind of stuff, it was very informative, thank you. Hope there is, because I need all the help I can get

  48. Joyce says:

    Darling quilt. I would love toake one using clothing that belonged to my deceased son. He was a fireman that died in line of duty. I’ve never made a quilt but I do appliqué and machine embroidery. So my skill would be beginner with enough knowledge to screw this up!!
    I would to correspond with you for instructions and tips
    Thanks, Joyce

  49. Dawnetta/Ltlbit says:

    I liked the Video. She never claimed to be a pro at doing them, and as a person who has had to do them for college they are not as easy as they seem to be and I’m glad she went slow and took the time to show us. It’s easy to say what should or could have been done after its posted.

  50. BeenThere says:

    I love this idea! I don’t have a real baby, but my dog would love to stick her nose down between the bubbles and snooze. I’m going to give this a try, should be fun. Thank you for sharing…..I got thru the video without problems and it wasn’t boring to me. God love ya, and I will be checking back to see any new patterns. Have a God blessed day…everyone!

  51. Rebekah says:

    Thanks for the step by step instructions… I’ve been wanting to make something for my second son, I think he will love it for tummy time!

  52. Christy says:

    Love the idea I am gonna try this one great work would like more pointers on it thank you very much

  53. Michele says:

    This is Great, but now what??? Kinda left me hang’in. 🙁

  54. Chachy W says:

    Constructive criticism? Some people need to find the definition before assuming they are doing it right.

    Anyways, thank you do much for the instructional video that I’m sure you created with vast detail for people who want to create this and have no idea how to begin. I was disappointed that it was short. Do you have, perhaps, the videos that follow? I really liked how you explained this!
    Thank you for sharing and have a prodigious day

  55. Amanda says:

    Would like the link so I can see the instructions and materials needed and a video showing how you put it all together..I love this and I’ll be making a beautiful camo and satin hot pink one to match my baby girls bedding.

  56. Brenda says:

    It’s amazing how one little video of a bubble quilt can lead to so much negative comments. I watched the video and don’t really see anything wrong with it…..I just don’t understand how the bubbles are made….what do you do after you put the two pieces of material together? It looks like a great idea!

  57. Kathy says:

    I appreciate you sharing anything that is new and different. My children are all grown but I do have a couple of small grandchildren and could make one for them to use when they come to visit grandma. I would of liked to have seen how it is assembled completely but I’m sure with my quilting experience I will be able to add the backside with very little problems. It was so thoughtful of you to share with others. You did a great job of showing two ways to make the bubbles.

  58. Marlene says:

    I am very pleased that you showed us how to put the material together, and I love the quilt, but there must be more directions to this is there not.?

  59. ginny says:

    Really this is how to make a blanket not how to act like a teenager again..Really.

  60. Loren says:

    Ignoring all comments above I just want to say great job, thank you for sharing. My daughter and I would like to make this for a baby shower gift. If you have any additional information on how to put it together that would be greatly appreciated.

  61. Heather says:

    For those that cannot find or click the blue tutorial link under the video for the complete step by step instructions with pictures, the website is above.

  62. Grandma Cindy says:

    I went on youtube and found a video for biscuit quilt directions. Rose Smith. Gives excellent directions and shows each step. Happy quilting 🙂

  63. faith says:

    I swear people would complain if Jesus Christ was satanding before them .whomever shared this you did a great job. I am so sorry that people are such idiots.

  64. Kim T. says:

    So, I think the bickering in some of these posts it not necessary. It’s about bubble quilts…… I thank the lady sharing the info. I sew with several ladies making quilts for children that for whatever reason find themselves in the hospital. It’s a joy to know that our craft can bring some comfort to a child that maybe frightened and is feeling ill. I’m going to take a try at pulling one of these quilts together. Thank you for the demonstration.

  65. JoAnn L says:

    Just to make you aware if you try to pin this link on Pinterest it says you can not because people have reported the link inappropriate.

  66. hope says:

    This is to all the people that are commenting about how the video was done or what was said. I think the comment section would be better used by all commenting about what they did in making this quilt instead of things that really doesnt matter. Who cares how long she took to do the video be thankful that she made it! I appreciated the video and thought the quilt is awsome. Cant wait to make one 🙂

  67. Loveallart says:

    I want to tk u for the time u took for showing us! U were just making viewers feel involved ..
    I liked that.. To those who did t like it should have just stopped the video. They don’t. Have to hate because they don’t have the guts or ambition to do something like that.. Keep doin what ur doin!! Ur doin a fabulous job! My hats off to you girl!!

  68. Chariot says:

    I love this can’t wait to try it 🙂 thank you for Sharing

  69. Signs of the Times says:

    Hello! Way too many people doing exactly what they are faulting others for doing. In the future, please focus your comments on the subject and not change the subject by posting about the rude comments of others, which is doing what so many of you criticized others for doing. If I owned this board, I would take all the off subject comments off the board.

    It gets me in a bad mood just wading through all these negative comments that have zero to do with quilting or making the cute blanket.

    • Carats says:

      I agree! I was trying to see where the rest of the instructions were and 99% of the comments are all responses to the original judgmental comment.

  70. LizzieBorden says:

    I can’t wait to make some of these quilts. They are so cute.

  71. RJ says:

    Hey I really appreciated the start of tutorial…and looked for the rest of like how to do the rest. So in comments I go but all I got was a blast of negative vibes. I’m going elsewhere to learn the rest. Too much cheap talk here. Good luck.

    • Marcy Valentine says:

      The tackiness of these comments makes me think we are in high school.
      Look at the video. Either you’ll make this or not. I’m sure the person behind this tutorial has people to critique her work. I’m utterly disappointed in people’s behavior

  72. V T says:

    Skylar love your quilt! Adorable thanks so much for sharing!

  73. Diane says:

    I love your tutorial. Ive never made a quilt before and not much experience in sewing either. I was wondering if you could make a video on how to connect the bubbles and how to sew the rest of the quilt. Thank you for sharing.

  74. Denice says:

    well I liked what you were showing. but there needs to be more. Like how big are the squares and once there pined what do you do. all pined up how do you stuff it.
    I would like to know more PLEASE

  75. Lauren says:

    Am I the only one that thinks it’s ridiculous how the comments to any post on the internet, regardless of topic of the article or post, are just people insulting each other?

  76. Lula Klaus says:

    I think everyone is giving way too much attention to an extremely redundant and pointless conversation. It takes away from the fact that this is an amazing DIY. I would like to know how to construct the rest of the blanket. You might want to consider making another video that shows you sewing and stuffing the bubbles and how you attach them to the blanket. Thank you to the developer for taking the time to make this video as it must not be such an easy task to film! I myself would be a nervous wreck and ramble for hours!! Lol 😉

  77. Laurie says:

    Wow…came to the comments to, you know, actually read about the craft project and get some feedback. You ALL sort of suckling 20th hijacking the comment area to bash each other. Not cool folks. I’ll do like the other person and look things up elsewhere. Geesh!

  78. Laurie says:

    Ugh…Darn not so smart phone 🙁

  79. Nina says:

    The complete tutorial (follow the link directly below the video) is very helpful and complete, from the beginning of the project to the finished quilt. It is definitely a project that I’ll be working on this coming week!

    For those of you who are wondering about the negativity here, please express your appreciation for the bloggers who were kind enough to share this creative idea with the rest of us, and follow that link where you will find all of the information you need to make this bubble quilt.

    It is good to include basic instructions for beginners, and the rest of us who have lots of sewing experience will understand and appreciate that part of the tutorial. Hope you have fun making your own bubble quilt!!

  80. Suzee says:

    I think its so lovely (NOT)….When a bunch of rude heifers show their age…and I am not talking about their chronological age….personally I do appreacite this person taking the time and in her own way to show how this particular way of making a puff/biscuit quilt block

  81. Tish says:

    Thank you for the informative video! As a “non-quilter,” I found your video to go at just the right pace, and it was very helpful to me. I appreciate your time and guided instruction!

  82. Karen says:

    Thank you for sharing this adorable and creative idea. Wish I would have seen it when I had my babies (although I would not have had time to make it then). It is perfect, however, for baby showers and Christmas gifts. I appreciate the time and effort you took in putting this together and sharing it to inspire the rest of us.

  83. Cassie says:

    Designer I just wanted to thank you for posting this video and idea for the blanket it is adorable. It takes a lot of strength to post videos knowing that there will be people out there who are rude and disrespectful and will definatly post it. If you dont like something or someone just dont share the post not a major thing here people. As for the creator of the video thanks again for sharing.

  84. DeeJavu says:

    I love the Bubble Quilt, very pretty. I think you did a great job with your tutorial, – ignore the rude remarks, some people enjoy being negative. (We get what we focus on). I have been sewing and crafting since a child, (50 years), and appreciated your demo. A good instructor will make the information understandable for all levels of experience, so the newbie can grasp it as well as the experienced. You did this well! Keep up the good work.( I am wondering also where are the rest of the instructions? I would like to see it too! LOL)

  85. DeeJavu says:

    Found the rest of the tutorial – just google Bubble Quilt tutorial and it comes up, same photos and all but with more informaiton. Tried to post the link here, but it will not allow. What is posted above is just a segment of it.

  86. Theresa says:

    I have to say to the designer. I am sorry for all the negative feedback on here. It’s a shame. If i were you I would have a hard time posting anymore videos or tutorials with such rude negative comments. It went so far out in left field away from the whole subject. I am really sorry to you for all the ignorance. Although not my fault I feel like someone needs to say it. I hope you post more even with such drama. Thank you for posting this and I loved it and going to attempt to make one. Take care..

  87. Mary says:

    Hi. I love this idea. I already have friends posting your page on my facebook wanting me to make them one lol. I was wondering do you have instructions or more videos on how you completed this project? TIA!

  88. Bruce says:

    Just want to see the rest of it on how to put together i think it was great keep up the good work it was slow and good i could keep up with it . I know nothing about sewing . Thank you hope you do another video thank you

  89. Carol says:

    I agree with RJ. wayyyyy too much drama. the first comment gave some criticism and everyone just exploded.

  90. Leslie Hardison says:

    Thank you for the video it was explained very well and is a very nice gift and thank you for taking the
    time To share that with us!!

  91. Leta says:

    Thanks for the video! I am going to try this soon!

  92. Bri says:

    I LOVE this!! Awesome idea! Is there only a video tutorial? Im having trouble viewing the video due to a bad internet connection but if there is a typed up tutorial I would love to read it and learn how to make some of these!

  93. Teri says:

    If your “tutorial” is going to show how to make this quilt, I would have thought you would have covered more than just pinning the fabric together 🙁

  94. W L says:

    To bad most of yall, yup, I said yall, seemed to have lost sight of why each of you were even on this site. To learn how to copy another person’s ideas. Then those of you that instead of being nice to the person for sharing, most of yall seemed to think you have the right to insult everyone
    I will be using the knowledge shared to make a bubble quilt. Each of you that was so free with your words of criticism know weber you can go! To another site.

  95. Ms Crys says:

    I love the idea for the quilt. Wanted to view the video, but after reading the first 5 or so reviews just to get an idea on the quality of the tutorial, I was disappointed with the young and the restless type drama.. will look elsewhere for this tutorial

  96. Elsie says:

    To the Designer go this beautiful quilt THANK YOU very much for SHARING, you didn’t have to but you did Very much appreciated. I love it ❤️

  97. Joyce says:

    I hope whoever made this sees this I want to thank you for taking your time to make this. This is a neat ideal and I thank you for showing me how as I want to make one

    • Melinda says:

      I have never seen so many rude comments, I will say a prayer for all, thank you kind lady for posting this, and taking the time, please everyone lets learn to be nice to one another, It hurts to see people call others ugly names, I am recovering from an abusive relationship and words do hurt, so please can we not be nice to each other, there is enough ugly in the world as is God Bless and Be a Blessing

  98. Kodi says:

    Thanks for the info, but what can I say — I’ve never made a quilt in my life. This said “how to make a bubble quilt” but it only showed the one step. Can probably find more online, but I was disappointed when the tutorial ended. Do you sew all but one corner, then stuff? Do you stitch bubbles to each other before stuffing? Do you have a bottom layer (I assume — think it would look funny otherwise), and do you put batting between the layers? Yeah, I’m definitely showing my ineptitude. It would be nice to list the sizes of the squares, as well. I’m sure they can vary, but there is likely a size that works well. Anyway, thanks — and I’m with RJ about sorting through pissy comments. Sorry it got that way.

  99. cody says:


  100. Katy says:

    I think you all should sew more and talk less!

  101. toefoot says:

    Technical difficulties…where’s the video?! I just see a photo collage and a larger photo.

  102. Verla says:

    I think it is time to let the bad comments go. If you want to watch and learn how to make the bubble like I do then just do it.

  103. teresa richardson says:

    thank you for sharing im not much on sewing but id like o try this for a new grandchild coming in may.

  104. Leija says:

    This is so awesome 🙂 cool gift idea to if you have the time

  105. jenni says:

    I understand you put the edges down, but what do you put in them to make them look like that. And how do you put all them together to make the blanket, want to learn how to do this. Please send me the directions please. Thank you Jenni.

  106. Anne from Pintesting says:

    Such a cute idea! I wanted to pin it to my Pinterest “Craft Ideas” board, but the sight is now blocked. It might be due to the comments? I’m not sure, but thought you might want to know.

  107. Donna says:

    Thank you for Sharing!! I Love it & am going to give it a Try!!!

  108. J9 says:

    3:24 minutes to explain how to make these is NOT TOO LONG. She explained in detail for those of us who never made one and can work right along with her while watching. Some people are such assholes.

  109. Jesica says:

    1st off people are just rude !!2ndly i do not use proper grammar when simply commenting so what ever.. lol 3rd i watched the video , i do not have sound and just by watching i know just how to do this now and ty for sharing we have babies being born left and right in the family right now, it seems! some people explain things brief and to the point, some with all the info needed others with not enough and some with too much !But nevertheless the video taught me how to do this for free!! I am not confused nor do i have question on it!! so A+ if you do not like a video because of a voice, long winded or any other audible reason try turning your sound off and finally i bet even the ones complaining about the video now know how to make the quilt so stop Bit%#ing it served it purpose! Thank you Designer! I now know how to make one 🙂 p.s. If you don’t like it scroll on and shut up. no reason to be an @S$HAT…………just saying

  110. Joyce says:

    Can you tell me the size difference that is used between the upper and lowere squares please…ty

  111. Clumsy says:

    Thank you for sharing your video. Do you have a video on how to sew, fill these bubbles and then attach them to make the quilt?

  112. Nancy says:

    I tried pinning this so I could come back to it at a later date when I have more time. Pinterest wouldn’t let me telling me the site has been reported as spam. Great people, has all your obnoxious whining prevented people who want to save this quilt unable to? Never have I seen such negativity for a FREE pattern!

  113. Anita says:

    Thank you for sharing. I appreciate it.

  114. rebecca staats says:

    WOW….SHE GAVE US THE VIDEO FOR FREE….and you still complain. Thank you. This is so pretty. I guess I am stupid but what happens after I pin the squares. Are there more videos? If so where can I find them?

    • deana says:

      I want to know how to finish it up as well. I have never used a sewing machine before, but I know people that do. So want one of these for my new and first grandchild.

  115. WOW says:

    Are you people really arguing about how someone made a video? Get a life, idiots.

  116. Dorothy says:

    Wow elementary school all over again. Grow up folks!!!

  117. Sammy says:

    This is such a cute idea! I’ve been trying to think of cute ideas for a quilt for my daughter, and I believe I have found the one!! Thank you! This is an amazing idea 🙂

  118. Carrie says:

    Like Jenni…. I didnt think the video was too long.. I just wanted to see more.. the filling and putting it all together part as well… 🙁 all that bickering Just Show me More!! .Super cute!

  119. frantastic says:

    I read a few comments and couldn’t help but laugh. How old are you women? Talking trash over a quilt making video??? Donaldo could’ve worded better, but some people just don’t have positive bones in thier bodies. I was looking for tips and the only thing I saw was trash talk. Are you that bored in ur lives that u have to talk trash aver a quilting video? All of you who made comments should b ashamed of yourselves. Grown ass woman tit tatting over a bubble quilt. Its like home economics all over again. Now, does anyone have any tips or anything for those of us who r interested???? And the designer, kudos to you for not trash talking back. U obviously. Are mature and can handle rudeness unlike half these women. It wasn’t constructive criticism, it was a rude woman with too much time on her hands. Someone give donaldo a hug..maybe 2.

  120. Josh says:

    hello thank you for sharing your video but I do have a question. Do you have a video on step by step of what you need to do when ur making the quilt?

  121. TxMommy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this amazing quilt! I can’t wait to get to work on it. I appreciate the time and effort you put into sharing it.

  122. Sava says:

    Thank you very much for sharing this with everyone.

  123. Linda says:

    ok cute idea but once you gather and pin what else do you do? Sew and stuff but how much to sew and what to stuff???? Once you get the squares together how do you apply ruffle and backing?
    The instructions are not complete.

  124. Lisa says:

    I think you did a great job explaining things. People just like to be rude & just sit back & watch, their time will come.

  125. Susie Warner says:

    I’m gonna start right away! Such a cute, fun idea.

  126. Marie says:

    So, I’m brand new to sewing. I came across this FREE tutorial in hopes of seeing about possibly attempting this super fun blanket for my 7month old. I really appreciate the person who took the time out of their life to put together this type of instruction for someone like me who is a complete idiot when it comes to this kind of thing. I figured since it caught my interest, I’d watch the video. Since I assumed (which ALWAYS makes an ass out of U and ME) that others were doing the same, I scrolled to the comments to see if there were any other helpful tidbits from others on this very same project. Instead, I seem to have found myself amidst an entirely different group of idiots. You must’ve been interested & needing guidance if you watched the video right? How can you all be busy creating this fun project that turned into this black hole of negativity on a comment thread? Shut the hell up, all of you & get sewing!

  127. shanna says:

    Thank you for taking time to show us how to make this adorable blanket…im still sorta new at all this so you helped me a lot. Looking forward for more

  128. Esperelda says:

    Wow! Talk about some touchy people! She was trying to help the video be better, but … Enjoy your day of acting like a 13 year old whiney kid. Do all things your way, never accept help…. let me know how that works. Wait, don’t, because I really don’t care.

  129. Gman's woman says:

    I think that the woman who gave the instructional video did a GR8 job. But, I wish she’d also had the complete instructions. But, I just went to a search engine & put in “Bubble Quilt” & I got the complete instructions there. So, just put in the title “Bubble Quilt. As for you haters & blog bangers get a life!

  130. stephanie says:

    I really only saw how to make the square. The video did not play into the whole procedure. I love the idea, but I think it could be simplified. Thank you taking the time to show us your great idea!

  131. Nancy says:

    Thank you for sharing / demonstrating – my daughter is very excited & we will be making some for my grandbabies… don’t let others discourage your awesome work – please keep sharing as us newbies truly appreciate it 🙂

  132. Linda says:

    I have a dumb question I watched the video didn’t see a pdf or instructions probably missed it somewhere. But question is do you stuff the bubble or put something in it to keep it a bubble? If so what and at what step? Thanks feeling like I missed something.

  133. Jackie says:

    Wow grown ladies! Can we not just appreciate someone’s crafty share? I cannot believe anyone would even complain. If you didn’t like the video then don’t watch it. Such rude people nowadays. I am just amazed at the immaturity and negativity of people. Sometimes people are only negative because their own lives are filled with negativity. Thanks for the video I sincerely appreciate the time you took to share this with us all.

  134. JustMe says:

    And these comments, folks, are exactly why I hardly ever leave my house. The jail time just isn’t worth it…

    Great tutorial, btw 🙂

  135. TeaPink says:

    Well shucks! I was hoping the video was longer. What do I do next? 🙂

  136. Maddie says:

    I just wanna say on a more positive note that this is a really cool project and cant wait to get started….. and just a word to all of u who write and read these nasty comments, trust me nobody is intimidated by the mean and nasty things u put out here on blast for everyone to see that your having a manic moment and have miss placed your respect for others just to fit in with a crowed of people you dont even know, come on now ur backing these people up when its not even nessacery…. ur on this site to find neat craft ideas, not bully people…..

  137. Becky says:

    Seriously laughing out loud! Only a group of woman can start arguing over a damn quilt. Grow up!

  138. heather2.0 says:

    Histerical… Trolling quilting sites.

    Thank you!

  139. Treasa says:

    I have been sewing my entire life but I never thought about the puffy
    quilt. I am gonna make some. Wouldn’t it be cool to put noisemakers in the puffs for little ones as long as they werent a choking hazard.

  140. Joyce Fountaine says:

    Thanks for the instructions. I have a baby quilt to make and this one looks easy but delightful.

  141. Deb says:

    Agreed..all those argumentive comments are unnecessary. I enjoyed the video, but would like to see instruction on how to finish. Could you do another? Thanks.

  142. Mar says:

    I thought the tutorial was done very well and I appreciate the person’s time to teach me something I did not know how to do. I would ask that you please do an additional tutorial to show how all the bubbles are linked and made into a quilt. I would really enjoy seeing how the rest of the quilt is designed. Thanks!

  143. Anta says:

    I love this quilt idea. I am going to make it for my two grand kids and one for me as a pillow.

  144. Niomi says:

    Ty for posting I’m thinking of making one for a Xmas gift very cute idea

  145. Mandy says:

    WOW…242 comments and 98% of them are just people arguing and being rude. Really?

    • Marci says:

      I totally agree Mandy – I applaud the maker of the video for sharing a great design with very thorough instructions. I was a former Training Developer and Instructor for AT&T and Honeywell, at Corporate Education Center (CEC) in Princeton NJ. One of the course criteria was to have a training program for all people to understand as people learn at different levels. Due to learning at different curves, instructions have to cover all basis of information such as the, “needs to know” and the “nice to know,” or the ‘how’ and ‘why’ we do something. This was a very excellent video, with all questions answered. She also gave info of the “Biscuit” which can be found on line. Kudos to the maker of the video and sharing a sweet idea for anyone wanting to make a memory quilt for a baby or family member or friends.

  146. JAN says:


  147. Paula says:

    Shut up..
    Bunch of cry babies!!!

  148. Elle says:

    Thank for your tutorial. I look forward to make one of these.

  149. Laurie says:

    I don’t understand,at what point does the polyfill get put inside to make the bubble?

  150. Beth says:

    What about the rest of the directions?!
    When do we fill and sew the bubble???
    Wht about the rest of the pattern ect???!!!

  151. Kayla says:

    this was an awsome video thank you for sharing. i actually wish it was longer it only showed how to line up the fabric for me. I watched it on my phone so mabey thats the problem. but i liked it. And as for everyone else you should stop bickering with eachother and go find something else to complain about besides how she made the video if u didnt like it dont watch it.

  152. Miss DevilishDee says:

    I commend the person sharing the idea. Please excuse those above. Constructive polite criticism would go along way. So to the publisher of the video. Thank you. I love the idea. Maybe next time before creating the video review the steps and summarize a bit more so to make it move along more smoothly. But what a great idea for my grandchild to be!

  153. Denise Cuevas says:

    I appreciate your sharing of the idea. I would need too know where to go for fabric amounts and piece sizes as well as assembly instructions. The video was fine. I am not a quick study and so a slower pace was appreciated. If anything to settle the minds of the pros who were so bored, perhaps label your video beginner level LOL that will keep those jaded souls and their snippy commentary away! Thanks again

  154. KathyP says:

    All the people who bashed, well that is why there is so much negativity in the world. Since when should this be about bashing, it is a learning video. I am sure the the instructor could care less and only responds back to people who have a strong desire to learn this technique and ask for help. All this negativity is sad and boring. Me myself enjoyed watching this video and am eager to learn more about making a bubble quilt.

  155. Shelly says:

    Holy Crap! SHUT UP ALL OF YOU! Is everyone a DIY show producer, director? Watch it or don’t but SHUT UP!

  156. Misti says:

    I loved how you walked me thur this for i had a mini Stroke last month and have for gotten how to do this, i gotten how again to d this have missed Quilting but for the base of it so thankyou ever so much 🙂

  157. Sonja says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve never seen a bubble quilt before, they are so cute! I’m going to try one! And your tutorial was great… I really think I just might be able to put one together:)

  158. Big Mike T says:

    Thank you to the person/persons who did this video. We made one of the quilts using this as a starter page. Yes, there could have been more to it but using this as a stepping stone was great. And to all the drama queens out there bad mouthing anyone who posts something for nothing, just don’t come back.

  159. SunshineGirl says:

    Awesome and Beautiful quilt ideas!! Those terrible comments will become a bad karma debt!!! I guess there are some really miserable people in this world!!! Have fun with that Bad Karma!!!! Ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!! LOL

  160. Linda says:

    I thought this was a great step-by-step instructional video! I can’t wait to make my own! Thank you for explaining all details. I look forward to learning more from you!

  161. Kimmie says:

    Thank you so much for posting this I will have to try it for my next craft fair or my etsy store if I am able to before then. I appreciate the time you took :)!

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