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Thread: Batting pieces

  1. #76
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    zig zag works for me. My quilts are mostly for grandkids, their interested in the colors not in the smoothness.
    Have a Blessed Day

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    I do the zig zag together method, setting the stitches as wide as possible. I have also cut the squares for rag quilts and then taken them to guild meetings. Another thing I use strips of batting to make padded hangers. Wrap the batting around the hanger and then wrap again with fabric strips, folding an edge of the fabric to give an finished edges. A few stitches at the end keeps it all together.

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    I just do a quick whip stitch.............works fine

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