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Thread: (new topic) Batting pieces

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    Super Member Doreen's Avatar
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    The tape works really well. I piece my ends and I have been to clear up a lot of my batting remmants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Thanks for the link. I didn't even know they made this product. :D

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    I cut them to size, use them with the 'swiffer'

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    I have started making pin cushions out of canning jar rings, and scraps of fabric, plus batting pieces that I ball up for the cushion. I then use them as little blessing balls with a small note of encouragement that I hand write and attach to a safety bin to the rounded part. Just a neat way to give encouragement, and use up lids that seem to come out of nowhere..

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    I have started making pin cushions out of canning jar rings, and scraps of fabric, plus batting pieces that I ball up for the cushion. I then use them as little blessing balls with a small note of encouragement that I hand write and attach to a safety bin to the rounded part. Just a neat way to give encouragement, and use up lids that seem to come out of nowhere..

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    Quote Originally Posted by whinnytoo
    I cut them to size, use them with the 'swiffer'
    EXCELLENT IDEA :thumbup:

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    What a lot of great info. Thanks

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    Lots of ideas! Have to try some of them!!

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    now that's an idea...think i will use that one! :-D

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    I cut left over fusable interfacing into strips and fuse them together to add to a larger piece to get to the right size. Also use them for smaller projects if I am going to machine quilt them, as of course the quilting holds them into place as well as the interfacing.

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