10 Great Ways to Use Leftover Batting Scraps

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Recently I had allowed my batting scraps to grow entirely too large in my sewing studio. Has this happened to you?

Of course, they could be used in small sewing projects but I was interested in how I might be able to use them in more unique ways.

APQS asked me to write up my top 10 ten ways to use up leftover batting scraps and then featured it on their blog.

How Do You Use Your Leftover Batting Scraps?

Take a look and let me know if there are any other ways to use leftover batting you’ve thought of as well!

How do you choose what batting to use for your quilt? During our monthly Quilted Joy Clubhouse Livestream we took a look at all the things to consider when choosing batting. Take a look at this video where Angela walks you through it!

If you are looking for batting for your next project, don’t forget that our Quilt Fairies have gathered all of our favorites over in the Quilted Joy shop!

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  1. I’ve been saving them to make those rugs made with 2” strips of fabric. Larger pieces I use for baby quilts, wall hangings, place mats and table cloths.

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I’m Angela- Co-host of the Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting PBS show. APQS Long arm Dealer and Educator. Triplet Momma. Designer. Thread Bimbo.

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