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  1. I'm not a newbie at quilting, but my first time quilting with wool. I have a Farmer's Wife loaded up and ready to go, batting is just 'resting' as it just came off the truck. Quilt backing is black. I am quilting one layer of wool - I'm worried about possible bearding with the black backing. Any tips or advice on my journey? Will the one layer of wool give enough definition/loft?
  2. Well, I've hit another snag in my whole cloth project. Some of you may recall the churn dash quilt I did for my sister in law who has lung cancer. I quilted it with a babtist fan design and a wool batting. It was really pretty. The wool batting was thick and made the fans really show. This batting was purchased from Mary Jo's Cloth Store in Gastonia NC. I called today to order some more and she no longer carries it. All they had was Legacy wool which is about half the loft of the wool I had used in the churn dash quilt. I can give you the item description the store used - perhaps someone will recognize the manufacturer......TNK Fream wool. It sold by the yard at $7.99 yd. Mary Jo's did not remember who or where they got it from as it was a one time purcase for them. A google search did not bring up anything but Quilters Dream battings. Again, any help much appreciated. Debbie