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Thread: Batting

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    Junior Member Lobster's Avatar
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    Same here. Perhaps it depends on the brand? I use Quilters Dream Request, which is meant to be one of the best, and I've heard that some other brands are much harder to needle.

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    warm and white or warm and natural only

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerryQuilter
    Quote Originally Posted by NDQuilts
    I prefer quilters dream poly or wool. No cotton for handquilting.
    No problem handquilting cotton for me
    I notice a lot more needle drag as compared to wool and my stitch length is a tad longer in cotton.

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    Here is the Quilters Dream Batting website:

    http://www.quiltersdreambatting.com/

    There is a lot of information here about their batting. I have used nothing but Quilters Dream since it came out and absolutely love it. Fabulous product...and no I don't work for them.

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    love warm and natural but not good for hand quilting ,so use poly ---softer/higher loft/more comforting.

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