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Originally posted by lindasewsit

Linda, What kind of batting did you use?

Hi Linda,

Since she had laundered the top several times (!) before she brought it to me, I suggested a batting with some poly in it so it didn't shrink up too much.

We used Fairfield 80/20--a batting that is on my "do not accept" list for poor quality. We unfolded it and determined it was fine, without "fist holes" that were in a previous batting I had tried to use. It worked well and helped hide the wonky piecing.

Thanks for the encouraging comments!

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Originally posted by ffq-lar

Originally posted by lindasewsit

Linda, What kind of batting did you use?

Hi Linda,

We used Fairfield 80/20--a batting that is on my "do not accept" list for poor quality. We unfolded it and determined it was fine, without "fist holes" that were in a previous batting

I really like the Farefield 60/40. That's a great batting for longarm quilting. I wish the Fairfield folks would label their battings more "boldly obvious" (e.g. 80/20 for HAND ONLY) and 60/40 for LONGARM MACHINE so customers pick the right batting.

I have used the 60/40 but it requires delicate handling.

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