Basting spray

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Monday, 4 January 2010
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A spray adhesive used in place of basting pins or stitches to temporarily hold the layers of a quilt together while it is being quilted.

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Basting Spray Video Lesson

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By: Thea Posted on Wed, Dec 9 2009 2:46 PM
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I love basting spray - it saves my hands and holds very well.  I use the Sullivan's brand as it is cheaper then sulky and goes farther for me - I do not have a problem getting it smooth and if you heat it with an iron you are able to make it work again should you have to leave it for a few weeks and it comes undone.  It is a great adhesive for basting any size quilt - I spray it on the fabric not the batting... I first do the back and then turn it over - smooth the fabric out - then lay the top on and do it... no more worries about wrinkles in my backings while I am quilting... Love the stuff!!!

By: gini Posted on Thu, Jan 14 2010 2:08 AM

basting spray saves a lot of time.  especially on smaller quilts.  basting by hand takes hours.  i can spray baste a quilt in under an hour.   gini

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