I have a star wallhanging about 2 1/2 ft sq. I want to get quilted today. Was getting ready to layer and baste when I saw my elmers glue that I use for binding via Sharon S. method. I thought, why not? I laid my batting down, ran thin lines of the glue on the back of the wall hanging where I would have basted or pinned, flipped it over and smoothed it over the batting, then ironed lightly being careful not to hit the edge of the batting. Turned it over and did the same to the backing. It's holding great, no pins to take out, and my machine does not seem to have any problems with sewing over it (used real thin lines). Would not do a large quilt, those go on my frame anyway, but for smaller things I do on a domestic machine I may just use this method all the time. Took sooo much less time and it is nice and smooth.