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    Re: Batting weight for table runner

    Originally posted by asta View Post
    I often use Insul-bright on my table runners if they will be used in the kitchen, that way a warm casserole/serving dish can safely be placed on them.
    That's a brilliant idea Asta.

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  • asta
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    I often use Insul-bright on my table runners if they will be used in the kitchen, that way a warm casserole/serving dish can safely be placed on them.

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  • Amarillo19
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    I think you could use whatever you have, but from my experience I've found the thinnest one available is better. If it's meant to be warmer like a blanket or a throw, then use a thicker batting.

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  • cindirae
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    I used W&N and mine came out great. I've also used leftover Quilter's Dream Select. Shoot, I use whatever is in my batting scraps!

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  • Monique
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    Don't use poly batting, it is too thin. Ask me how I know! Although I used it anyway.

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  • Bubby
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    The flannel would work but pre-shrink it first. Also a thin cotton or 80/20 cotton/poly batting works well.

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  • kimsophia
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    Batting weight for table runner

    Does anybody have a suggestion for a good batting weight for a table runner? I was wondering if just flannel would look too thin. I'm just going to stitch in the ditch so no fancy quilt stitches will be on display.
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