10 Best batting of 2018

  • PREMIUM 100% COTTON QUILT BATTING, All Season, Sturdy and...
  • PERFECT LUXURY LOW LOFT that is easy to needle for hand or...
  • 16.5 in. h x 11.5 in. w x 8 in. d
  • Weight: 2 ounces
  • Made in US
  • Mountain Mist Quilt-Light 100% Polyester Batting
  • Made of 100% Polyester materials
  • Made in USA
  • Made in USA
  • 6 ounce per square yard
  • 100% polyester Dacron
  • Description coming soon
  • Crib size is 45 inches by 60 inches.
  • 80% Cotton 20% Polyester, Fusible Resin Treated
  • PREMIUM 100% COTTON QUILT BATTING, All Season, Sturdy and...
  • PERFECT LUXURY LOW LOFT that is easy to needle for hand or...
  • 48" Wide / 100% polyester and thickness is 1/2"
  • Dacron/Wadding can be wrapped around your cushions to...
  • Used for wrapping foam cushions, padding cornices, quilts,...
  • Use only 100% cotton fabric, thread and batting
  • Never leave microwave unattended
  • Microwave in two minute intervals
  • 90" x 108" Iron on batting fusible on both sides
  • Fusible 80/20 is made the same way as our Premium 80/20,...
  • Simply press your quilt from the center to the outer edges....

Volume Fleece Advisor

From 1960 onwards the textile industry started to use fillers and fixers; in the fur processing industry they only arrived ten years later. Today, one finds in many garments, accessories and stuffed animals, which are to retain their shape, a more or less thick filler. The batting stabilizes the textiles, provides volume or keeps them in shape. Because where the fleece is ironed on the back of the fabrics, the fabrics are stiffened. In carriages, blazers and blazers, suits, bags and hats a certain „stability“ of the material is desired. Volume nonwovens can be more or less thick, they are available for sewing, ironing or gluing. Depending on the type and use of the textiles, the nonwovens are more or less easily washable and tolerate dryers and Ironmore or less good. Some nonwovens have excellent thermophysiological properties, making them suitable as warming lining in clothing. All kinds of nonwoven webs are not only used in the textile industry, but are also available for the private sector, for hobbyists, craftsmen and hobby cutters. Some confusion arises because of the concepts batting , Vlieseline, upholstery fleece and upholstery wadding can not be clearly distinguished. Correctly, all nonwovens that serve to stiffen textiles with adhesives are known as fixatives.

Iron-on volume nonwovens are mixed with adhesives

To ensure that the nonwoven webs adhere to the fabric during ironing and do not need to be sewn, they are provided with a thin layer of adhesive. The ironing is due to the high temperatures and connects more or less firmly to the fabric. Since not all nonwovens enter into a close relationship with each material, it is advisable to try out the properties with small nonwoven and fabric pieces before use. Depending on the structure, density and material of the fabric, the fleece may not hold so well so another product should be chosen. When ironing the fleece, it is important that the fabric wrinkle-free and just on the Ironing boardlies. Ironing is done from one point over the whole batting , and depending on the manufacturer’s instructions, the iron should be kept in the same place for a few seconds at a time. Because the adhesives used can only solve really well at correspondingly high temperatures, and these temperatures are often reached only after a while. This is necessary to ensure that the fleeces remain firmly attached to the textiles even when washing at 40 ° or 60 ° C. Whether and at what temperatures the nonwoven fabrics in the clothing after ironing can be ironed, ironed and tumble dried, again depends on the material and is usually specified by the manufacturer.

Volume nonwovens for padding and stuffing

Volume nonwovens, which serve to stiffen textiles, are not necessarily very bulky. They are paper-thin, with a thickness of one to 40 mm and cut or in the running meter. Depending on how much batting is needed, sometimes the one, sometimes the other version is cheaper. Volume nonwovens from a thickness of 10 mm can also be used to fill cuddly toys, pillowand upholster seats or fill ceilings. In this case, the volume is actually decisive. The thicker the fleece, the warmer and bulkier the end product. The fleeces are either simply sewn in (eg for quilts and patchworks) or glued on with special adhesives (when upholstering benches, chairs and the like). Whether the webs also with staples or the Hot glue gunfasten, depends on the material. Normally, the manufacturers indicate what is possible with the fleece and what is not. Volume nonwovens for the crawl blanketof babies or textiles and stuffed animals for children should ideally correspond to the standard Ökotex 100.

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