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Thread: Aqua Net as a basting spray?

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    Junior Member ambquilter's Avatar
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    Have you tried Hobb's Fusible Batting? I like it. You layer your quilt and iron. It keeps everything from shifting.
    Angie

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    Thanks for all the great hints!!!

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    I put the back down on my quilt table with the very big 2 inch binder quilts. You an get one containter from Staples for a reasonable price. I just clip the backing to my quilt table, place the batting and top on and then either pin, or baste depending on whether I am going to machine quilt or hand quilt.

    Di

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    Do you stretch the backing before you pin? I use masking tape (If the table top is too thick, or if it's on the floor) If you are pinning on a table, you can use big binder clips to secure the quilt backing. Then put the batting and top on to pin. This usually prevents the bunching that leads to pleats on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambquilter
    Have you tried Hobb's Fusible Batting? I like it. You layer your quilt and iron. It keeps everything from shifting.
    Angie
    No, I haven't tried the fusible batting. I will give it a try. Thanks for the info.

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