Fabric Quilt Batting Information & Reviews – Debbi Trevino, Part 3

Quilt It | February | Episode 211, Part 3

Does price matter? Debbi Trevino points out that your quilt top is already a large investment in the cost of the fabrics as is your time is creating it. Quilting is an additional investment. So, she advises, invest in the fabric quilt batting that will give the best result for that project. Debbie gives a review of the different fibers available in the huge selection of batting available today and the pros and cons of each. These include polyester, cotton (probably the most popular), blend of cotton/poly, wool, silk, bamboo and soy.

4 Comments

  1. I loved the videos on batting and would like to have the information in the booklet that gives us the information on batting that Debbie Trevino has found through testing different types of batting. How to I access this booklet. The video said it was evalable on QNNtv but I can’t find it.

    Casssiek9, 2 years ago Reply

  2. Just wanted you folks at QNN to know this was a very helpful video! While choosing batting it can be a task full of many questions, and Debbie was helpful in easing my purchasing/use anxiety on whether I’m choosing the best for my projects. Thank you!

    Colette, 2 years ago Reply

  3. Debbi Trevino information on battings is great! I appreciate her teaching style and the wonderful free chart called “Ultimate Batting Chart”. Fabulous!

    Cheryl, 2 years ago Reply

  4. I am also looking for the printout that Debbi offered. When you click on the direction to take you there, all you get is promos for something else. I am particularly interested in the batting that she said is recommended for people who have fibromyalgia. I have a friend who suffers from this and would like to make her a quilt.

    Lois Ann Bonhaus, 11 months ago Reply


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