All About Quilt Batting
Enjoy our best articles about quilt batting so you can choose the best batting for your next quilt.
My mother is not a quilter and she refers to the batting as “fluffy stuff”. I’ve stood at my school reunions trying to explain what I do as a machine quilter and find myself explaining a quilt like an oreo cookie where I’m responsible to marrying the front fabric and
In the last Beginner’s Guide to Machine Quilting post, I started talking about some common batting terms. Today I’ve got a few more terms you’ll often hear about batting. There are many different ways all the little fibers that make up a batting can be held together. There are different
In our previous articles we defined some of the terms you’ll hear in the batting world. Just as there are many choices when it comes to the fiber type you can choose for your thread, quilt batting comes in a variety of different fibers. Heck, you can even find Alpaca
Did you catch our February 2020 Quilted Joy Clubhouse live online meeting? This month was all about how to choose batting! If you missed the livestream it’s available to watch (or re-watch) whenever you’d like. Find it on the Quilted Joy Youtube channel! Our main program for this month’s meeting was
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