The hardest thing I found when getting started was making sure that my squares were "square" and all the same size. The tops are generally 1/2 inch bigger than the bottoms and I just used up a lot of scraps for the bottoms. If you sew the biscuits on three sides in rows that you have already laid out (design wise) then you can go pretty quickly. I found that if you stuff the first row, close it, add the second row then stuff and close it, and so on you can sew them together easier around the stuffing. I am working on a tutorial that I will share when I get it finished, I am about ready to start on another and I have one that I finished awhile back and haven't had time to start on the last one that I cut the pieces for because we have had to move twice in the last year.
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