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Thread: Difference between "Warm and Natural" and "Warm and White"?

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    Difference between "Warm and Natural" and "Warm and White"?

    Is there any difference between "Warm and Natural" and "Warm and White" batting? Or is just that one is white in color and the other is beige in color?

    If there is any other difference - which one do you like better, and why?

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    Don't have a clue but here is what I found on the Warm Co. website:

    "You asked us for a white cotton batting that was just like Warm & Natural. Well, we were listening! Whitened cotton fibers are processed through the same needle punch technology as Warm & Natural. Now you can stop dreaming of what you would do with a white Warm & Natural and get to work. Break out all of those light colored fabrics! Your batting won't peek through your delicate whites or beautiful pastel hues.

    Warm & White also brings frosty snowmen, radiant angels and gleaming polar bears to life. A whole new world of color has opened simply because we took the color out of Warm & Natural.

    The adventure is just beginning. Whether you want a brilliant snowy outside or an inside that will not peek through, Warm & White will deliver.

    As you would expect, Warm & White shares the same characteristics that you love about Warm & Natural:

    Will not separate or bunch
    Contains no glue or resins
    Quilt or tie up to 10" apart
    Will not beard
    Fabric naturally clings to batting
    Gives an antique look
    Keeps its shape wash after wash
    Ideal for any creative project."

    So we both learned something new today! Happy quilting
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    No difference, really, except the one is white...warm and natural is just that. About the color of unbleached muslin. I use warm and white in a quilt that has white in it...or that I use a white backing on. So far, that has been one baby quilt, and waiting on a warm and white batting to do another baby quilt with.

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    Isn't it a wonderful product? It needles so nicely when hand quilting, or machine quilting. I quilt much much closer than recommended, especially for baby and children's quilts, though --- to make sure it lasts!

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    The only difference is the color as far as I know.

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    Thanks everyone!

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    I have to ask...I usually buy warm and white because of the seed(?) flecks in the warm and natural. I'm always concerned they may peek through a light colored fabric. Have any of you ever experienced this or am I being overly cautious? Laura

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewplease View Post
    I have to ask...I usually buy warm and white because of the seed(?) flecks in the warm and natural. I'm always concerned they may peek through a light colored fabric. Have any of you ever experienced this or am I being overly cautious? Laura
    I was just thinking that was the only other difference I've ever noticed between the Warm & White and Warm & Natural. I usually just buy the white because that way I can use it with any color. I don't like the way the natural shows through super white fabrics or sometimes warms up cool colors that are very very light. On the other hand, sometimes that "warm" effect is exactly what I want. It is nice to have options.
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    I would assume warm and white is just bleached W&N but I could be wrong
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