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Thread: Batting for Table Runners

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    Super Member plainpat's Avatar
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    Been working on some table runners. Has been ages since I did last one & wondered what batting you all use? I don't want poufy.....just something to hold the stitches.At one time,I split batting to have a very thin batt. Don't remember what one I used.

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    Warm and Natural 100% cotton is pretty flat, it is what I use :D:D:D

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    Warm & Natural also.

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    Warm and natural or warm and white..

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    I use Warm and Natural, too. I sometimes add a layer of insul-brite, if it's going to have hot dishes on it!

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    Another vote for warm & natural. The addition of insulbrite is a good idea, too!

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    Warm & Natural, dream cotton or even flannel if you want super thin,

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    I use Mountain Mist Blue Ribbon. Great for smaller things. Draps beautifully and is so easy to quilt

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    I don't know for sure what it is called, but I found some stuff at my local quilt shop for $2.99 yd that I use. I think they referred to it as needle punch. I have a bunch done, they just need to be bound. I also use it for placemats, and I know my mil loves the ones we did for her.

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    You must have a great LQS.There's not much of anything in the LQS here for that price.Thanks for the info.

    Quote Originally Posted by hsquiltingmom
    I don't know for sure what it is called, but I found some stuff at my local quilt shop for $2.99 yd that I use. I think they referred to it as needle punch. I have a bunch done, they just need to be bound. I also use it for placemats, and I know my mil loves the ones we did for her.

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