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Thread: Warm and Plush batting - hints or warnings?

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    Junior Member TAMARATJO's Avatar
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    Warm and Plush batting - hints or warnings?

    I usually use my embroidery/sewing machine Viking Topaz 20 to quilt. I have always used Warm and Natural needled cotton batting. But I would like to use Warm and Plush for a warmer, higher loft quilt. Before I even start, does anyone have any hints, suggestions, or warnings for using the higher loft batting? Thanks!

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    https://warmcompany.com/products/warmplush-186
    Here is a link to the company with some info you may find useful.
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    I love this batting. Your quilting shows up even more than with W&N. I really noticed little difference in actually doing the quilting, but it needs to be quilted much closer together than W&N. The link posted above gives all the info you need.
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    I really like it - have gone through one bolt and have another in the basement. It is physically a little more demanding as it is noticeably heavier. My "regular" warm and natural seems very light and thin to me now.

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