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I am so confused. I don't know if I found a rope or lost my horse."
I have used a medium weight white felt for my table runners. It seems to stabilize them but is not too thick. It may not be the right thing to use, but to me, batting made them to unstable when something was placed on them.
I acutally prefer to use a heavy batting in my tablerunners, generally Quilters Dream deluxe weight cotton.
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I keep the less worn sections of old flannel sheets for just ths purpose. It adds just the right amount of body for quilting, without adding lumpiness. Plus, I get the smile factor knowing I recycled something.
Life is like a tornado watch. You can hunker down in the cellar or stand on the roof and let the wind give you rock star hair!
I use felt. It seems to hold up well after many washings and gives the runner or placemats a little body.
Wow! I got lots of input.
Thank you all soooo much.
I will be shopping for something tomorrow. I will look at what is available and decide then.
I use fusible fleece by pellon I like the way they lay on the table