Tag Archives: Trial

Theory and Practice

As we got into making more snowflakes to piece into the Kaleidoscope quilt,  we became anxious that maybe we didn’t know how to inset them in. Ideally, the way to inset them would be to cut a round circle in … Continue reading

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Batting – for Quilt Nerds

I did a trial batting wash and shrink test with some wool batting that I’d bought a while ago, which got me thinking that I’d never done the same on the batting that I normally use.  I mean of course … Continue reading

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Trial Batting

Usually the batting of choice at the home office is Warm and White Cotton batting.  Why? Because it’s readily available at Jo-Ann’s Fabric and can be bought either discounted on sale, or with a coupon.  I buy more than I … Continue reading

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