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Thread: So what's in your quilt?

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    Senior Member Dyan's Avatar
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    I usually use Warm and White.

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    Which ever brand of batting fits my budget. I like to try diffrent battings, when I can get them on sale but have found I like 80/20 the best. I FMQ and it isn't too heavy to move easily aaround on my sewing machine.

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    I don't think JoAnn's sells anything better than Warm & Natural. This is very good. very good for showing the quilting. Quilts well and as the name implies, Warm.

    I also like Quilters Dream, not available at JoAnn's. It is lighter weight and softer, makes quilting a little flatter and less noticeable.
    peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniePenny
    Warm and Natural Batting.
    Ditto

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    I like 80/20 batting by Hargrave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crochetetc
    Warm and Natural batting is awesome.

    I also use the poly/cotton blend by WN when available and love it as well. I tend to stay away from full poly as it is hard to machine quilt, but works great on the log arm.


    I have never used anything but poly batting and have had absolutely no problems hand or machine quilting.

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    I always use Warm and Natural

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    I hand quilt and use high loft poly batting from Walmart. It is easy to quilt, it wears well, and i like the look it gives my quilts.

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    I think it depends are what you are using it for. I don't like the hi-loft poly batting as its hard to stitch through. Warm & Natural seems to be the one I turn too most often.

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