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    Warm and Natural or Warm and White? Difference?

    Hi all,

    I want to buy a bolt of batting.

    Outside of the color... is there ANY difference in feel, texture or warmth between Warm and Natural - or - Warm and White?

    It's an investment, so I want to be sure.

    Thank you all very much for your replies in advance!

    Spyder
    (Throws ice cream sandwiches into the room)

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    Re: Warm and Natural or Warm and White? Difference?

    Just the color. I use both. I use warm and natural most of the time because I buy it by the bolt. If I have a quilt that has a lot of white in it, I will use warm and white. But most of the time my quilts don't have a lot of white in them.
    Thank you,

    Ginny K

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      #3
      Re: Warm and Natural or Warm and White? Difference?

      Given what you said - I sew an equal amount of light and darks. If I used a W&White batting behind dark farbic, I think it would be less liktley to show than using the W&Natural color behind white. What do you think?

      I really only have the $$ to buy one bolt of one color.

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      Originally posted by GinnyKNC View Post
      Just the color. I use both. I use warm and natural most of the time because I buy it by the bolt. If I have a quilt that has a lot of white in it, I will use warm and white. But most of the time my quilts don't have a lot of white in them.

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        #4
        Re: Warm and Natural or Warm and White? Difference?

        The Warm & Natural has some flecks, which sometimes can appear as little beige dots underneath white fabric. I've used both, but I prefer the Warm & White. Then I never have to worry about little flecks showing through white material. Just my opinion!

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          Re: Warm and Natural or Warm and White? Difference?

          I use Warm & White for all my quilts, simply because I also buy by the roll and I don't want to have to worry about the Natural showing through white. The W&W does fine on dark colored fabrics as well.
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