Three years ago I made a king quilt for my niece. It has 17 different fabrics in it so the pattern is quite involved. Unfortunately she was puppy sitting and didn't notice that the puppy chewed a hole right through the quilt about the size of a plum. I've never had to repair anything like this so was wondering about the steps to take and in what order. I don't believe I have any scraps left but, because of all the different fabrics, should be able to find something that wouldn't be too noticeable. It's on the corner of a smallish panel so I assume I will have to replace the panel (unpick the damaged piece and handsew in a new piece. I can visualize that. I will try to match the backing as much as possible and handsew that patch on also. But, what is the best way to replace the missing batting? Do you handsew a piece in? I also have some of that batting fusible tape but haven't used it on anything like this. Any help would be appreciated before I start this job. I figured out I had more than $400 in material in this quilt so have had to really bite my tongue about her letting a puppy sleep on her bed!