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Thread: Warm and Natural for hand quilting?

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    Power Poster CarrieAnne's Avatar
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    Maybe I need to get a small piece of Wand N and try it myself. I would love to be able to hand quilt it!

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    That is all I will use now. I tried all of the prepackaged batting but I love W&N and never mind hand quilting thru it....but the batiks don't bother me either. Some day I will perfect my FMQ but I just love the look of hand quilting.

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    Jean Brown (Aunt Becky) only uses Polyester. The quilt stores around here seem to be recommending Hobbs 80/20.

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    I have always used W&N ever since I started quiting in
    1997 and have never had any problem probably because it is all I have ever used.

    :lol:

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    I love warm and natural. Takes a bit longer to hand quilt than regular batting, but I like the look and the weight so I continue to use it.

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    I use Quilters Dream but have been reading a lot about wool so when I was at the LQS today I bought wool for the Mystery Quilt that I did last year

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