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Thread: Piecing batting

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    Super Member Olivia's Grammy's Avatar
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    [quote=Eddie][quote=Shelley]I prefer EASY!

    I use a very light weight fusable interfacing, like what we sometimes used for garment making. Cut it into strips, 2-3" wide. Lay the edges of the batting together, use the IRON to fuse them together. No wrestling under the machine! When you have an available 40% off coupon, you can get yards of this for about $.60 per yard. Great stuff to have around.

    Thanks for that tip. I tried it today for a wall hanging. It works great and so quick. I always have scraps of interfacing.

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    I sometimes piece batting to use up offcuts but hadn't heard the fusible interfacing tip before. Sounds great - must try it out next time I need to piece some together

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