The most common doubt is usually "how to choose the correct batting?".
Thinner battings - such as those from Hobbs, in cotton, wool, silk, or synthetic fiber, up to 4-mm thick - are easy to work and highly versatile: they are suitable virtually for any kind of quilt, bedspread and other project, such as bags, shoppers, table runners and even wall panels.
They also share a complete suitability both for hand and machine quilting.
This same characteristic is also the "feather in the cap" of the battings from Freudenberg. They're mostly made of soft, state-of-the-art polyester, woven with extremely thin threads, which are then "bond" with special resins, to prevent any kind of fiber migration. This makes these battings highly resistent, even to "strong" washing and centrifuging, thus ideal for those quilts that you plan to wash frequently and not always with cold water, such as your bed quilts, or the quilts created as play carpets for your little ones.
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