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Thread: Thermore batting for a queen size quilt

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    Has anyone used the very lightweight thermore batting for a queen size quilt? The pattern I have used is a color wash triple irish chain and will be fairly heavily quilted by a long arm quilter. I want to try the thermore because it drapes so beautifully but I have always only used warm and natural. Any hints or suggestions on using this?

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    I have only used thermore when making clothing as I don't find it has much body to it. I wonder if you should check with your long arm quilter to see if she has any experience with it, it might stretch too much?

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    My guild in Oregon made a Milienium (sp?) (2000) raffle quilt and Thermore Poly was used for batting. It was a queen sized quilt. It worked great! I use Thermore for wall quilts.

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