Thursday, November 21, 2013

Warm & Plush Batting from The Warm Company

Blog Hop Party with Give-AwaysBlog Hop Giveaway--is now over. Thanks for stopping by.

"Dreamland"

This year's Inland Northwest Machine Quilter's (INMQ) challenge was to create a 30" symmetrical wholecloth. The Warm Company had given me a baby size Warm & Plush batting--their latest product at Spring Market. It was so new, they didn't even have the packaging ready and for months I wasn't sure what it even was. I decided I would use it on my challenge piece. The Warm Co. has provided today's giveaway and I hope you'll enjoy reading about my process of creating this wholecloth, and seeing the results.

Taking inspiration from the Sharon Schamber class presented in March of 2012 in Spokane, WA, I designed the symmetrical wholecloth with a 1/8th section on vellum on a scale of 6" radius so I could put my mirrors on it and see how it would ultimately look. Then scaled it to a full 15" right angled side and traced key elements on top of a lightbox onto the fabric with a purple 'evaporating' marking pen and mirrored it 7 more times.

Only thread work was allowed in the challenge piece and it provided the batik that had hints of pink/purple/blue in it. I chose to work with various threads with a pink tint in the center moving to purple and ultimately on the outer edges, blue. Mostly using Wonderfil threads including their metalic, hologram and 100 weight (fills). The feathers are Signature variegated 'pansy patch'. A bit of blue metallic Madiera and YLI silver was also used.








The Warm Co. batting--"Warm and Plush" is a luxury loft 100% natural cotton. For more information about this batting, here is a link to their information about it. It is a very soft 6oz per sq yd of 100% pre-cleaned, needle punched cotton! It has no scrim and has 50% more cotton than their Warm & Natural or Warm & White products. This makes it heavier and warmer.

The Benefits of Needlepunch
  • Will Not Separate or Bunch
  • Contains No Glues or Resins
  • Will Not Beard - Shift or Migrate
  • Quilt or Tie Leaving Up To 6"Open
  • Once Quilted, Machine Wash & Dry



This was my first legitimate wholecloth and most pre-designed quilting work I've ever done. Learned a lot though!

The story continues when I showed pictures to the Warm Company representatives at the mini-market put on at EESchenck in September. They loved it and wanted to use it at Houston in their booth. Wow!! That was exciting.

It was already scheduled to be in the Spokane show  right before Houston.

These are the ribbons from that show given by the show viewers (the yellow one) and show attendees that are members of INMQ (the purple one), and then it was shipped to Houston for International Quilt Market.

If you by chance were at Houston and happened to get a photo of/in their booth and it captured my quilt --I'd sure love to see it!




I almost like the backside better!

 
Thanks for reading along and participating in this blog hop. The Warm Company is sponsoring this giveaway. You will receive a Queen Size Warm & Plush batting directly from them. It is wonderfully lush and you can see what it did with my quilting! They have agreed to ship internationally as well.
 
To enter the givaway, please leave a comment about what you would do with the batting and be sure I can contact you to get your address if you are the randomly selected winner. Following along on my blog and/or on Facebook would be most appreciated.
 
Comment #39 was chosen by the random # generator...that's "Barb"! You have been sent an email to confirm details to receive your batting.
 
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177 comments:

  1. Your quilt is so beautiful!! I use Warm & Natural now and would love to try the plush in a quilt!

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  2. Absolutely spectacular quilt. So sorry I didn't get a picture of it at Quilt Market. I'm amazed I would have walked by it and not taken a picture, but market was visually overwhelming for me!

    I also use and love Warm and Natural. The plush definitely looks like a great batting and I look forward to creating with it. Sure would love to be able to create a quilt as beautiful as yours. Great job. And, congratulations on the awards too! Very special.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh my what beautiful work...You are very talented/ I can definitely see why they wanted to display your quilt. I would of course use it in a quilt. I have not tried the plush.. Warm and Natural is a great product and I think when folks use it they prefer it afterwards for projects.

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  4. I'd love to try this batting for a "community" quilt for my guild. This is a great way to try new techniques and/or materials and end up with a quilt that will comfort someone in need.
    thanks!

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  5. I've been waiting for a batt like this!

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  6. Wow, your quilt knocks my socks off ! I want to try the Warm & Natural Plush on a wholecloth as well and/or see what it would look like with the trapunto technique. Looks to me like it would come close to 'the look' achieved by those using double batting of one layer cotton, one layer wool.... hope so.. congratulations on your ribbons !! Inspiration to us all !!

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  7. Beautiful quilt! I'd use the batting to quilt my first round robin quilt that is Almost Amish. Thanks for the griveaway!

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  8. This is stunning. I've used warm and natural, but not the plush. Would love to see out if works in a wholecloth.

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  9. Just totally amazing! Your quilt is a work of art! I have not heard of Plush before so would be thrilled to try it so my fingers are crossed. Thanks

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  10. Beautiful quilting. I have never used Warm and Natural, but would love to try it. Thanks!

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  11. Beautiful front & back, congrats on viewer choice awards. I'm sure this quilt is more amazing close up. If I was the batting winner I would try whole cloth quilting. That would be a whole new adventure for 2014.

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  12. wow! love this, didn't know you did multi colored threads. how cool. you inspire me, I want to do a whole cloth quilt-soon :)

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  13. Your quilt is amazing! I hope you find photos of it in the booth. I use Warm and Natural all the time and I would love to try Warm and Plush.

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  14. I would use this to quilt the Christmas quilt I am just finished up with. I love natural batting.

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  15. I would use the batting for a quilted Christmas gift. Love your whole cloth quilt. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  16. I would use the batting in the charity quilt top that I just finished.

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  17. Beautiful kwilting, Thnx for the chance to win!

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  18. Your quilting is gorgeous! I have a couple of quilt tops that are ready for quilting but I haven't gotten batting purchased for them yet so this could be put to good use right away!

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  19. I would love to try this batting in an appliqué quilt that I have finished and is ready for quilting! Thanks for the chance.

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  20. I'd love to try a whole cloth quilt with it, I've been thinking about making one, maybe nows the time.

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  21. I'm working on a quilt for my bed. I'd use this batting for that quilt.

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  22. I'd use it to do some more whole cloth experimenting. Now that I've finished most of my quilt commitments, I'd like to spend more time working on my longarm skills and making decisions about what to quilt where.

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  23. I have a flannel quilt ready to be quilted-I'd use this heavier batting for this winter quilt.

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  24. I could sure use the batting! I have three quilts in the works and I've officially used my last bit on my giant roll!!! thanks for the giveaway!!

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  25. This is a beautiful quilt. I have several UFO's that would benefit from a batting with such great loft and is also machine washable and dryable.

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  26. Beautiful quilt. I've never done a whole cloth quilt before, but I'd love to try!

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  27. You do masterful work. Beautiful, stunning. I am in awe. I would use the batting in a quilt. It wouldn't be as incredible as yours but it would be warm and someone would love it. Love to see your work. Thanks.

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  28. That is a gorgeous quilt! I've only made a few quilts (I'm a confident beginner) but really enjoy FMQ. I've only used warm & natural but I love how this looks!

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  29. I enjoyed watching your Wholecloth journey. It is Beautiful! I follow you with GFC and you are on my Sidebar Blogroll. A Queen size Batting would be a Great Prize! Lucky you to have your Givaway sponsored.

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  30. your whole cloth quilt is just stunning! I love quilting, batting will always come in handy.

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  31. Wow! Again your quilting is amazing. I guess I'd use the batting for my Irish Chain quilt that I need to finish soon. I was waiting until my longarm skills got better.
    Barb@Witsend

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  32. Love your blog. Just checking in to say hi. I found it via the Blog-Hop. I will definitely be back. Thank you for hosting the giveaway, I would love to win it, I would use the batting to actually finish some quilt tops I have going. Pick me, Pick me. :) LOL!

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  33. Congratulations on your most amazing quilt and it's travels - sure there will be more for it. I have use this batting a few times as one longarmer requests it. I have a spring quilt waiting - a mix of a sampler/irish chain pattern.

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  34. Amazing quilting! I have not tried this batting and would love the chance!

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  35. Really Awesome Thats what I said when I saw this beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing with us. I would love to try this batting doing some FMQ that I am learning

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  36. Amazing quilt! I'm a beginner quilter. I was inspired to start quilting when I had my first child, a little girl now 6 months old. Since she's about to start crawling, I want to make a large quilt for her to crawl all over. We're trying to do everything from natural materials (meaning cotton or wood; no polyester or plastic). I've made an alphabet quilt top that is 7' x 7' using Kaufman Lorax fabric (organic cotton - of course!), but I cannot find a good pure cotton batting with no scrim. This sounds perfect and I'd love to try quilting with it! Happy to share pics of the finished project.

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  37. The Warm & Plush batting looks wonderful! I would make a wholecloth quilt with it and some champagne colored Radiance fabric!

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  38. Beautiful quilt. Some day I hope to be able to quilt that well. I have three quilts waiting to be quilted. I would use the batting on one of those.

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  39. i would use it to make a charity quilt. thanks for a great giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  40. This is a masterpiece of quilting deserving of these and more awards, beautiful work!
    What would I do with some wonderful cotton batting, perhaps the double wedding ring next up on my to do list.
    Have a great day!
    Always, Queenie

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  41. My son has a new house and needs a bed quilt or two. I would love to use the batting for a quilt for him.

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  42. Your work is spectacular! When I win the batting I'll send it along to you with one of my tops to perform your magic. :)

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  43. Your quilt is truly amazing - well done!! No wonder there were those beautiful ribbons too.
    I would be working on a whole cloth quilt. I have just finished one with warm and natural - and got such a lot of bleeding through. Would be fantastic to have a batting that didn't 'come through'

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  44. Love warm and natural. Would love to use it for a Mickey Mouse bed throw:-)

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  45. I have a couple quilts in the works so that would be a perfect thing to win! I've added your giveaway to my weekly link up.

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  46. I have used both Warm and Natural and Warm and White and would love the opportunity to try Warm and Plush. Thank you for the opportunity to win the batting. I would probably use it with my current WIP a mystery quilt.

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  47. i would use it to finish a round robin quilt i made with friends one of whom passed away in april

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  48. Your quilt is beautiful! I would love to be entered in your drawing. I would use a Warm and Natural or Warm and White batting for my current block of the month project.
    LaDonna gracious hospitality @ gmail dot com

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  49. Your quilting is amazing! I'd love to win some batting! from W&N. I'd use it for a quilt I'm making :)

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  50. Your quilting is amazing! I would use the batting to finish one of my large UFOs.

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  51. I have a few quilts ready to be quilted so I'd put it to good use pretty quickly!

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  52. I have so many tops that would love to be quilted.....:) Your work is stunning.

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  53. WOW, I can barely accomplish FMQ yet, so it stuns me what you're capable of doing. I am self drafting a medallion quilt, and it's going to end up being a queen, so I'd love to try that batting for it!

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  54. Beautiful quilt. I'd love to do a whole cloth quilt sometime.

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  55. That is an outstanding quilt deserving of the awards. Wish I could have been at market to see it. I use Warm and Natural and would love to give the plush a try on a Baltimore style quilt.

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  56. love your wholecloth! gorgeous! i've a flimsy ready to layer out ... would love to give this warm and plush batting a try. thanx for the chance to do so.

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  57. Wow! That is all I can say..........I would use the batting for a quilt I am working on for my son and his wife and I can tell you up front it will not look anywhere near as amazing as yours does

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  58. Stunning work! I've so many books on Trapunto and wholecloth, someday I actually make one. I've 11 of my quilt tops waiting to be quilted, one will be entered in the county fair next year, I'd use this batting for that quilt.

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  59. You quilt is just WOW.

    I have a few queen size quilts waiting for batting and backing so the prize would go to great use.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  60. Marlene, your quilting is absolutely stunning! I would use the batting on a Easter quilt that is ready to be sandwiched.

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  61. Stunning. New quilter from Oklahoma, USA. Glad to meet our Canadian Quilting Neighbors. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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    1. new follower GFC. I need to make a queen size wedding quilt for my son before next Nov. New quilter from Oklahoma, USA. Glad to meet our Canadian Quilting Neighbors. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  62. I have a large quilt I just started that needs some batting. Love this company =)

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  63. Your quilt is incredibly beautiful!!!
    I would like to try that "Warm & Plush" batting in a bed quilt for my daughter,. though my quilting skills are not that advanced. But she loves warm, soft things.

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  64. Good to know that there is a heavier weight batting out there. Goodness knows that I have a bunch of quilt tops that I need to finish. :)

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  65. Gorgeous quilt - thanks for sharing. I'm planning to make a queen sized quilt for our bed (have the first quarter top section sewn together), so this batting would come in handy to finish the quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  66. I LOVE your quilting. I have more than one quilt waiting to be quilted so the batting would be of great use. I have been following you for several months.

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  67. Your quilting is gorgeous! Thank you for a chance to win. I'd love to win the batting and use it in a quilt. Thank you.

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  68. I've always used the Warm and White, but would love to try this! I just got a new Longarm after losing mine in a house fire last December and would love to use this new batting in a trapunto Double Irish Chain.

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  69. Your quilt is outstanding! I've used warm and natural for a long time but have not used the plush. I think it would be perfect for a trapunto project.

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  70. Your Quilt is stunning. An heirloom for sure. Thanks for sharing. Warm and Natural reminds me of my father who worked in the cotton industry. Just want to hug it.

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  71. Wow! That is an amazing quilt! I would use the batting to make a quilt for our guest bed. It is in desperate need of a face lift and I think a new quilt would do it. powersjlc at gmail dot com. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  72. What a beautiful quilt. I can see why it has two pretty ribbons hanging from it. I used Warm battings all the time. I like every one of their line. I am getting ready to quilt a very large quilt for a charity auction. This quilt has 18 inch borders and I would love to try this batting so the quilting would kind of puff like yours did.

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  73. Awesome quilt! I would use the batting for a quilt I am currently piecing. It will be for my husband and my bed.

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  74. Your quilt is beautiful. I have a quilt that I'm working on right now....may not be done for awhile, though!!

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  75. I have never tried this batting and would love to. I would probably use it in a quilt for my oldest son, I have been promising him one :)

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  76. Last year's Bonnie Hunter mystery, easy street, is waiting to be finished up and this might just be the nudge to do it.

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  77. following and i could sure use it , thanks

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  78. use it to complete my trip around the world lap throw:) dfnanney@gmail.com

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  79. I would use this batting in an engagement quilt I am creating for my son and his soon to be fiancé.

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  80. i would use it or my Forest Galorist quilt, which has animals on it and would make them stand out. Thanks

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  81. Your quilt is amazing! I would love the chance to work with this batting. I would probably use it for a quilt for our bedroom.

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  82. Gorgeous quilt. I have a blue and white twister quilt top that is waiting to be turned into a quilt and needs batting.

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  83. Oh my goodness! Your quilt is absolutely breath taking. If I were lucky enough to win your giveaway, I would use the batting in my Double Wedding Ring quilt. I have just finished making the top. Thank you for a great giveaway.

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  84. I just love your whole cloth quilt... I would use the batting to finish a quilt I started when my oldest child was married and it was 12 years ago... they keep asking!!!!

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  85. W.O.W. that quilt is spectacular!!! I have a few tops completed that I would use the batting in---and oh my, I would so love to win it. :)

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  86. your work is amazing! I would use this batt for my current quilt project for my oldest daughter!

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  87. Your wholecloth quilt is so beautiful!! I use Warm & Natural now. I would love to use some Warm & Plush in the quilt that I plan to make for my nephew and his fiancee for their wedding. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  88. Wow! What an awesome giveaway. Your quilt is gorgeous. I might use the batting to finish the Storm at Sea quilt I'm working on right now.

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  89. I am working on a quilt for the bed in our master bedroom -- this would definitely go inside!

    Your wholecloth quilt is fantastic and so worthy of the ribbons!

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  90. Wow...your quilting is just amazing! I've never made anything larger than a lap quilt, but since I need a new quilt for my queen size bed I've been thinking about attempting to make one. If I had the batting, that just might push me to give it a try!

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  91. oh wow! Your quilting is magnificent! I can't quilt like you, but I'd definitely use this batting in a quilt that I am making for a Christmas gift. Thanks for sharing!

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  92. Your quilting is gorgeous! I would make a quilt for my bed if I won.

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  93. I have a quilt top patiently waiting for me to piece it together. I would use this batting on that.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  94. You are a very talented quilter. Oh to be half as good! would love to try the plush in a quilt for me.

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  95. Your quilt is absolutely beautiful!!! I didn't know about this new product and it sounds really good for this type of quilting and some great effects. I would love to do a wholecloth too!
    Following here and on FB already - always love your posts.

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  96. I am speechless. I am blown away by this quilting - just beautiful! I'm really a novice machine quilter but I do enjoy it. I'd love to use this batting in one of my quilts. blessings, marlene

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  97. Your quilt is so beautiful - I saw it at Houston. I would love to use the batting for table runners and quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. Your quilt is gorgeous. I would use the batting for a wedding quilt I have planned. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  99. Your quilt is stunning!!! Thank you for sharing! I have some mini quilts that I am ready to quilt. The batting would work for those projects.

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  100. I would love this for a quilt I am making for my dad! I love your quilt! Beautiful work! thank you!

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  101. I would love to make a baby quilt with that batting. Your quilt is stunning. Just beautiful.

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  102. That quilting is amazing! I have a couple of quilt tops that I would like to use that batting on.

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  103. I would use it in making a quilt for our bed. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  104. Your quilt is amazing! I would use the batting to make a whole cloth quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  105. Beautiful work! I wasn't even aware of this batting! I would put it into a vintage sheet quilt for my bed :)

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  106. Very nice!! I have a quilt in waiting that could benefit from having the batting.

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  107. I'm dreaming when I say I'd like to do something like yours. If only I were that talented. I'm now following by FB and e-mail. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  108. Beautiful quilt, I'd love to win and use the batting to make a quilt for my mom. Thanks for the chance to win. samlbutrim@gmail.com

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  109. HELLO, YOUR QUILTING IS BEAUTIFUL!
    I'D MAKE A NEW DRESDEN QUILT FOR MY WINNING BATTING!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  110. Use it for one of the many quilts I make :)

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  111. I have a partially finished quilt for my bed. It has lots of applique and quite a large bit of negative space. This batting would be wonderful to try on my quilt and the timing may work out well too because I have to finish quilting another quilt before I let myself finish up my quilt. Thanks for the giveaway. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  112. I have several tops sewed for quilts but needed the battin. Thanks for the opportunity to win some great batting!!! Your work is absolutely beautiful! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  113. What a great giveaway! I have a quilt top made out of my mother's scraps. I found them in her closet when I was last over there, so I made a quilt out of them. I need batting for it so I can put on the backing and quilt it for her!

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  114. Oh, I have a queen size log cabin quilt that I am making for my daughter. This would be
    perfect for the batting. Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  115. Your quilt is gorgeous! I would use the batting for my son's wedding quilt.

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  116. WoW! A-maze-ing!! Congratulations on your ribbons! Your quilt is just beautiful! I have several quilt tops that need to be finished and I would love to put the batting to good use.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  117. Most Beautiful Quilt! Thank you for including it in this Blog Hop. I currently use the Warm N Natural and believe that I would like the Give-Away batting to use in a new quilt for my bed. With our below temperatures during the winter it sounds so very snugglely.

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  118. Wow - your quilt is gorgeous!! If I won the giveaway, I have a collection of hand dyed Cherrywood fabrics that I would use, with lots of open space for free motion quilting to show off the loft of the batting.

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  119. That quilt is amazing! Congratulations on a job amazingly well done.

    If I won the giveaway, I would use the batting to complete a queen-sized quilt for myself. After all, I should make myself one once in a while, right?

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  120. It would be put in a queen size quilt my husband is making for our bed. Thanks for chance to win.

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  121. I would use it as the batting for the quilt I am making my brother for his birthday :-)

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  122. I am just finishing up a sampler quilt and would use the batting for that. Your quilt is beautiful!

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  123. Your quilt is INCREDIBLE! I'd love to use that batting with a Christmas quilt I'm starting. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  124. I would finish the borders on the quilt top that I have been procrastinating over for a year and then I would take the top and batting to my local quilt lady and get my new quilt finished just in time for our next camping trip!!!!

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  125. OMG your quilting is extraordinary..You are one talented Lady. Thanks for sharing and thanks for a chance at the give a way. I am doing a scrappy hst quilt right now and that is what I would use the batting for.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  126. I actually have a couple of tops that need batting and quilting. Your quilting is amazing. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

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  127. Wow your work is amazing. I would use the batting in my quilting or other projects quilty related. Thanks for the chance

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  128. I love warm and white batting and I'd love to try a different type of theirs in one of my quilts!

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  129. I love the stars in your quilt. The overall design is beautiful. If I won, then I would use the batting in a quilt for my husband. (His choice of pattern and colors.)

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  130. I would make a quilt of course!

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  131. Your quilt is awesome. I have a pieced top of sheep. I could use this for them.

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  132. I use Warm and Natural all the time. I would to try out this new batting on my next quilt, a quilt for my bed. Thanks for the chance!

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  133. Your quilt is amazing! I would use them for pillow covers because these are my christmas presents for this year! Thanks for the chance to win

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  134. Congratulations on your beautiful quilt...it certainly deserves the ribbons and to be displayed. Beautiful! I love Warm and Natural and would like to try the Plush. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  135. I would make a cozy quilt for myself!

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  136. Your quilt is sensational! Congrats on the ribbons and the invitation to show it in
    Houston! I love using Warm and Natural so of course I would love to be the lucky winner! Thanks for the chance!

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  137. I would use it in the quilt I'm working on which is our LQS's block of the month. 4 more blocks to go!

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  138. I love your quilt-it is stunning! congrat on the Houston invite.
    I would really love to win this wonderful batting-I would use it in one of my 1800's quilts
    Kathy

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  139. Your Quilting Is Gorgeous. I Would Love To Try This New Quilt Batting. I Love Warm And Natural Batting.

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  140. Beautiful quilt! Thanks for a chance to win batting.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  141. Oh my what a great giveaway! Would love to win!
    I'd use it for my orange and white bee quilt! It needs to be finished so I can love it!

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  142. I haven't made my share of the charity quilts this year...quilted a few for others but haven't made any myself. This would be a great way to make a couple of smaller ones for our "Bags Of Love" that we provide to children that have been taken out of their homes, usually in the middle of the night with only the clothes on their backs. Each bag has a homemade quilt in it for the child to keep forever.

    This would be terrific to win for them.

    Thank you every so much for the chance.

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  143. Wow...your quilting is exquisite! I would use the batting for a Lone Star quilt I am making for my husband. Thanks for hosting! pbstrand@msn.com

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  144. That is so amazing. I am just starting into free motion quilting. Maybe if I win the batting t could help me get brave enough to graduate from small projects!

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  145. Your quilt is wonderful. Thanks for sharing with us. I have been working on a quilt for my bed, and I could really use this batting! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  146. Your quilt is absolutely stunning! I would use the batting for the quilt I am making for my daughter for Christmas. Thank you for a chance to win

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  147. I would use the batting for a quilt I am currently working on!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  148. I would use the batting for a quilt I am making for my daughter for her wedding next year. Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  149. I'm going to use it for a quilt I've been planning to make! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  150. I would use it for a bed quilt as it's so soft looking.
    LeeAnna Paylor
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com
    lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  151. I would love to try this batting in a snuggly lap quilt! Thanks for much for the chance. Your quilting is so gorgeous... I look forward to following your blog.

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  152. I would love to try this in a bed quilt I am working on for my parents bed!

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  153. What exquisite quilting! I love the way the thread shadows and shades the shapes. Thanks for participating in the party!

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  154. Beautiful quilting!! With the batting, I would do a whole cloth--it's something that I want to accomplish someday! Following on bloglovin and google friend connect

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  155. I would use the batting for a new quilt for my bed!

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  156. Gorgeous! I would use the batting for a special quilt top. Thanks for the chance!

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  157. What beautiful quilting. I am actually getting ready to buy queen size batting for my daughters quilt so I would be excited to win some great quality batting. Thanks!

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  158. Thank you for a chance to win the batting! Would use it in my next quilt!

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  159. Your quilting is wonderful. I hope to be able to quilt that well one day. Thank you for having this giveaway. I have 2 quilt tops done that have been awaiting batting for quite a while. I'd love to be able to try the warm and plush in one of them.

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  160. Such gorgeous quilting! I'd make a quilt for my bed with this batting.
    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  161. Your quilting is absolutely gorgeous! I'm just starting to free motion quilt and maybe someday .... =) I would love to win your giveaway batting -- what a treat that would be. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  162. I am so bummed that my laptop is broke. I would definitely book mark this page. My quilting skills need work. I should print this for something to work towards. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

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  163. Great quilting, it looks wonderful. I always like to try new battings. I've been a W & N user for years. I have a number of tops waiting that could be used with it.

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  164. I would use for a baby quilt I am going to be making. Follow gfc.

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  165. Your work is gorgeous. I would use this batting for a quilt I will be making for my granddaughter after the new year.

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  166. My best friend is blind. Every few years I make her a quilt. I would use the bat for the quilt top I have ready for her this Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  167. I would make a quilt for my Aunt. She's been taking care of my Uncle since his stroke three weeks ago, she could use a little pick me up, she could share it with him too.
    kidsandsewing@hotmail.com

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  168. I'm trying to get some ufo's caught up and would love to try out this batting! Your quilting is beautiful!

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  169. I'm in the process of sewing a quilt for my son! I'd love to use this batting.

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  170. So far I have only made smaller quilts. This would be a great incentive to try something larger. Love your quilt, it is beautiful.

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  171. I would love to make a quilt that is mostly feather patterns--I took an online class on feathers and would like to try them out. This batting would be perfect!

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  172. I would use the heaviest batting possible for the quilts I am making this year for gifts.I have only made twin sized quilts.

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