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Thread: batting seam tape

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    I have just used it on a commissioned quilt. It says it requires poly batting to be effective. I used a press cloth over it before pressing because I DID use poly batting. I have machine quilted over it without being able to tell the difference in thickness, texture, or movement. I'll be using it again for sure.

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    Super Member thimblebug6000's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    I have just used it on a commissioned quilt. It says it requires poly batting to be effective. I used a press cloth over it before pressing because I DID use poly batting. I have machine quilted over it without being able to tell the difference in thickness, texture, or movement. I'll be using it again for sure.



    Jan in VA
    Actually mine says wool setting for most & silk setting for poly batts. I used warm & natural & followed exactly what the instruction state on the package & it worked like a charm.

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