Sunday, February 12, 2017

Baby Quilt with Fusible Batting

9 comments:

  1. Great information Anna, thanks for all the tips and tricks!

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  2. Excellent video ...Love the quilt 😊

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  3. I tried fusible batting years ago and wasn't happy. But after watching your video I am going to try it again. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. How does fusible batting do with needles as you quilt? Any gumming?

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  5. So enjoyable to watch. I have a queen size batt that Ive had for years and not used. Must give it a try.

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  6. I always enjoy your video's. I just used this same batting a couple of weeks ago to make a donation baby quilt. I was very impressed with it. Washed the quilt after binding and it looks great! I think I will be buying more of this batting!

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  7. Can you reposition the top once it's been ironed onto the batting? Does the quilt feel stiff? I want to try this brand. I used Quilter's Dream fusible but it only fuses to one side (I fused it to the back) and it is repositionable but I thought the quilt felt heavy and stiff. Great video but did it stop rather abruptly?? You are so kind to do this for us!!!

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  8. I need to try this fusible batting ! Love the idea of not pinning it :-D

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  9. Looks pretty easy. I'm curious to know, as asked above, if the quilt softens up and relaxes after being washed. I do appreciate your making these videos......you're so REAL. And I just love your bank of windows, and your cozy sewing room with a view onto your world !

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