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Thread: What can you tell me about Battizer Batting?

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    What can you tell me about Battizer Batting?

    I'm suppose to use it in a quilt (I'm taking a class) but have never heard of it. I tried to google it but got stuff about power rangers and other weird stuff.

    I did not see it at Joann's yesterday. It must be something new.

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    Sorry I can't you with any information as I've never heard of it either. Will be watching to see if anyone's heard of it.

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    Never heard of it either, sorry.
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    here is a link to it http://www.hoopsisters.com/products....resses-Only%29
    it's called BATTILIZER and is a batting and stabilizer all in one
    Nancy in western NY

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    Holy Moly that's expensive stuff!!!

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    how do you become a certified quilting teacher?

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    I bought some last night during the class. It's 24" wide. It's not meant to be used for the whole quilt. We are using it behind the blocks that have the decorative stitching on it. Does not add a lot of bulk like regular batting but does add some dimension to it. We cut a 14" square and spray basted a 14" square of background batting to it and did overall quilting on the piece. First block has a simple one inch grid quilting. Then we used heat n bond lite to attach the flowers and leaves to the background. Did not have time for the decorative stitches. That's my homework. This class meets once a month for 12 months. After I do the decorative stitches, I'm to square it to 12 1/2" then add the borders to the block. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's block next month. We are all using different fabrics so it will be like a quilt show. I'm using 30's prints and the lady next to me is using batiks.

    I was able to buy it by the yard at $4.99 a yard. Did not want to buy a roll since I was not sure at the time if I would use it enough to buy a roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elma View Post
    how do you become a certified quilting teacher?
    You would get more responses if you ask this as a new question/post. Use the exact works you just used in the subject line. I'm not a teacher so I have no idea.

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