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  • Re: Double batting?

    Looks like I'm about a year behind with this dilema :) I'm debating batting for my first queen I plan to quilt on my domestic. You made some very good points. I love the drape of the Nature-Fil Rayon/Cotton, but this makes me a little concerned about shifting if I double it. With a price to match...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by jellenje on Tue, Mar 3 2015
  • batting right side/wrong side

    Is there a right side or wrong side to batting? Which side, if so, should I layer the top onto? Thanks...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Oct 27 2014
  • stuffing or batting?

    Hi, this is my first foray into this so please pardon my lack of knowledge. Long story short, I suffer from a neurological disease and am extremely sensitive to all chemicals, synthetics and smells. I have to move out to the desert for sort of a permanent camping trip but I have one problem- an all natural...
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Aerose91 on Wed, Sep 24 2014
  • Dealing with monofilament thread

    I like using monofilament on special quilts, but I ALWAYS have issues with the thread unwinding while I sew and getting stuck underneath the spool, causing stretching and breaking. I took a square of batting about an inch larger than the base of my spool, cut a hole in the center, and placed it on the...
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by lilosmom on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: Pellon Nature's Soft batting

    I just came upon this post as I was looking to get some opinions on this batting. I bought it at JoAnn's awhile ago, queen size for $15, half-price. The lady at the register told me she had used it and loved it, for both hand and machine quilting. I want to use it to hand quilt, and have my quilt...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat on Sun, Mar 24 2013
  • Llama batting

    I am new to quilting. I have been spinning for awhile. I have some llama fleece that will not make a soft yarn. I was thinking about using it for batting. Has anybody done/used llama batting? Do you think it would be a good batting? Thank you, Bobbie Joe
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Bobbie Joe Klebe on Sun, Jan 27 2013
  • What kind of batting and backing is best for baby quilts?

    Hi im new here and new to quilting. I love it!! I'm making a couple baby quilts and I don't want them to be stiff I want them to have good drape, comfy and cozy but not too hot. Something that can be used all year round and they need to be durable through many washes as its for a baby and of...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Hughes20 on Tue, Jan 15 2013
  • Re: I'm NEW -- Time-sensitive advice please on applique

    Nana, Thank you SO much for your prompt response! That's so reassuring! Have you trapunto'd also and does that hold up, too? I have heard about two ways to trapunto: 1) sew applique, then cut the back of the fabric and insert extra batting, then stitch the hole closed 2) sew two layers of batting...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by daffodella on Tue, Jan 15 2013
  • Different types of quilt filling

    I recently became interested in quilting and am currently working on my first quilt! The reason I became interested is because I have a quilt my great-grandmother made for me about 20 years ago that has been very much loved. I've had to repair it in places, but now it is beyond my knowledge to repair...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by ammmarcela on Sun, Jan 6 2013
  • Re: Pellon Nature's Soft batting

    I ordered one online early this morning and used a Free shipping coupon from their Doorbuster e-mail.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by ldegenstein on Wed, Nov 21 2012
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