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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Do you piece batting?????

if you do it's yours for the cost of shipping (domestic only... don't think it would be worth it to ship outside US).  Pieces vary in size... I just want it out of the living room (so I can start filling the basket again :o)

There is Hobbs 80/20 and various types of Dream Batting in there...... cream and white.

Let me know!

9 comments:

Suzan said...

Yes, I do!

Trudi said...

LOL Nancy, yes I do, but you're sew right, it's not worth shipping to my side of the world, particularly as I have my own box of offcuts!

In the Heart of Happy said...

Send it to Suzan!!! She needs lots of batting!! (I just love Suzan...)

Natalie said...

I would love to take it to use for the preemie quilts NOVA Modern Quilt Guild is making.

quiltingnana said...

I've never pieced the batting...I'm sure someone could use it but I have a tub of my own to use!

Julie Fukuda said...

I piece all the time but I buy thinsulate by the roll in two thicknesses so it goes together nicely.

Katie said...

Sure. I don't mind piecing batting. It's especially good for smaller charity quilts. Wall hangings too. :-)

Cindy said...

I always save all of my pieces of batting and have been piecing for about two years now. For Christmas I pieced enough together to make 3 wallhangings. Once it's quilted you can't even tell where it's be pieced

Margarita said...

I piece my batting too, but I am too far away to send it too. I am pleased to see that others do it as well.
Marg in Australia