Wednesday, 29 October 2014 13:45

Batting

In the USA, batting is the general term for the middle layer, or filling, of a quilt or quilted item. Examples of batting include wool left over from shearing, rags, used clothing or blankets, cotton or polyester. The UK term for batting is wadding. The upper cloth layer of a quilt is known as the top or top layer, while the bottom is known as the lining or backing

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