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Thread: Batting Scraps..from this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary M
    I think it is wonderful that you can use your batting scraps so resourcefully. I save mine too and either sew pieces together to use on a larger project, small projects and practicing FMQ. Some is saved for projects that need a stuffing too.
    i use mainly W&N batting, i don't think it makes good stuffing.

    but at least,for me, having the measurements on the pieces i sewed together, will make me be more thrifty! i don't always
    need to grab a coupon and get batting, if i have some already to go!
    i never start a FMQ project without practicing on a sandwich! i need to get loose!
    :thumbup:

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    OMG! I understand as I have boxes of batting. Thanks for posting as it gives me some ideas on what sizes to cut to organize.

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    I think you have found the best way to use up those weird sized pieces.

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    Great idea. I never thought to use my quilting foot.

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    Here is the Scrappy Quilted Scarf Tutorial:

    http://kittykittycrafts.blogspot.com...-everyone.html

    And here is the picture of the one i made for my grandson last winter..

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-86010-1.htm
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    make a rag quilt with batting in bewteen,,,uses alot!!!

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    That tute was easy to understand. Have some birthdays coming up and looks like a good warm gift. Thanks for sharing

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    Your furbaby really looks guilty! Busted! Love the way your organizing the batting. Haven't tried the zig-zag stitch, but it looks easier than doing it by hand! Thanks!

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