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Thread: fusible batting

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    bettlove's Avatar
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    You can get it in a higher loft. I have never had it be stiff. Are you confusing it with fusible lining? You can get that real stiff for craft projects.

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    I just used it to make a bag.... It works great for that, but it can gum up the needle.... Has anyone had trouble with that? Quilter1234

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    I have not had a problem with gumming up the needle but I have heard of it before. I wonder why sometimes it gums and sometimes it doesn't. Did you have fabric on both sides of the batting?

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    I didn't have a problem with gumming. I did both machine and hand quilting.

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    For Crib quilts up to Queen I just use a normal low loft batting.
    The fusible batting I use for small quilts or I also used it for some placemats...
    Easy to use, good product. No problems...
    Kirsten

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