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GREAT BIG giveaway – Day 9

Posted on: June 28th, 2016 by Lorna McMahon

Welcome to the ninth day in the week (and more) of the GREAT BIG giveaway!!!

Today’s giveaway consists of 1 package of the brand new 100% cotton Warm 100 in Queen Size from Warm Company!

Did you know Warm Company has a Creative Corner feature???? Click on the link to visit Creative Corner and get some wonderful FREE projects here!!! Including my Sweet Watermelon Table Decor pattern here.

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  3. Wednesday’s GOODY BOX #2,
  4. Thursday’s GOODY BOX #3,
  6. Saturday’s FABRIC SPOT,
  7. Sunday’s GOTHAM QUILTS, and
  8. Monday’s FAT QUARTER SHOP post

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324 Responses

  1. Nancy J says:

    When I started quilting I used polyester, but now it is almost always bamboo batting, soft, natural, and so easy to use.

  2. GranChris says:

    I use Warm and Natural, I like the feel and the weight.

  3. Jen Barnard says:

    I use polyester, because it doesn't shrink, it's warm, light and less expensive than other fibres. Also, the kind I have at the moment is made from recycled plastic bottles.jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

  4. Unknown says:

    I am a faithful buyer of Warm and Natural. I buy it on Amazon prime for a third of the cost of my local Fabricland store that charges an arm and two legs for it. I absolutely love, love love it and have been able to do so much more Quilting now that I found it at such a great price. Also it is shipped right to my door in two days. Yay. I love my Warm and Natural. I have also used Warm and Plush, and Warm and White on a few occasions. They are both great as well. This is the best giveaway ever!!!

  5. Rike Busch says:

    I like cotton batting especially for baby blankets.

  6. Anita says:

    I use Warm & White cotton batting for most of my projects.

  7. lefuntz says:

    I use Warm and Natural batting. I've thought about trying others but end up staying with what I know.

  8. My two go to batting are Warm and Natural or Warm and Natural. I buy it by the roll and choose the one that feels right for the quilt. I do all of my quilts from start to finish on a domestic machine and find the Warm and Natural works better if I'm doing a king size quilt!

  9. Cindy says:

    I use Warm and White or Warm and Natural. Jadahlgr at Yahoo dot Com

  10. I prefer cotton/poly for blankets and polyester for wall quilts.

  11. Lee says:

    I use warm and white! thanks!

  12. Marly says:

    My LQS sells two sorts: cotton and polyester. My first purchase was polyester which was a big mistake. Now I only use cotton, but don't know anything about other available types. As there's no other option I've never taken the effort to investigate further. It's probably time I did!

  13. KaHolly says:

    I go between Warm and Natural and Hobbs. I confess, I shop the sales!

  14. Susan L. says:

    I usually use a 80/20 blend or 100% cotton batting for my quilts. Most of the time it is Warm & Natural brand.

  15. Dave S. says:

    I think we use cotton. It is my PT time so I will have to visit the sites later

  16. Veronique says:

    I usually use a cotton blend I find at my LQS but sometimes polyester for my daughters who love the thicker puffier look

  17. Puppilalla says:

    I have used whatever I could lay my hands on and that included polyester fleece blankets and natural cotton batting.

  18. Lisa Marie says:

    My favorite battings are Hobbs 80/20 or one of several all cotton battings I've tried.

  19. Charlotte M. says:

    I have tried many, but mostly I use warm and natural.

  20. Michele T says:

    Warm and Natural is my go to brand; it is my absolute favourite. These giveaways have been awesome! Thanks so much!!

  21. Anonymous says:

    I use Warm & Natural 🙂

  22. Kath says:

    I haven't made many quilts (just started quilting) and so I'm still trying different kinds.

  23. I make mostly bed size quilts and absolutely love a 100% cotton batting. They are always comfortable to sleep under.

  24. I usually quilt with Warm and natural. I enjoy some of the patterns on their projects page.

  25. Anonymous says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural, which is the most readily available, but I also like Quilter's Dream. I usually use 100% cotton batting, but I love wool batting. I've only used that for a wall hanging.

  26. I use either Warm and Natural or a blend.

  27. Favourite batting is warm and natural but i also used warm and white and have some wool batting to try one day too.

  28. I prefer a cotton/ poly blend.

  29. I use Hobbs 80/20 blend.

  30. I use the polyester kind, that you use for hand quilting. I need to start using Warm & Natural or Hobbs.

  31. Rita Lynn says:

    I use Warm and Natural 80/20 most of the time.

  32. Unknown says:

    I use cotton Batting, but buy whatever is on sale.

  33. Dana Gaffney says:

    I use Warm and Natural, I've tried others but keep coming back to them.

  34. Debbi says:

    I use warm and natural. Once I a while, I use warm and white.

  35. Over the years, moving frequently with my (now retired) military husband, craft supplies were not always easily obtained. So…I concess I have used a LOT of different types and minds of batting. Presently…Warm & Natural.

  36. Betsy says:

    Warm and natural and sometimes Hobbs wool

  37. Over the years, moving frequently with my (now retired) military husband, craft supplies were not always easily obtained. So…I concess I have used a LOT of different types and minds of batting. Presently…Warm & Natural.

  38. Karen says:

    I use cotton batting for most quilts. Baby quilts are made with a light puffy polyester batting.

  39. Cotton or cotton blend. I tried polyester once & was much happier with cotton!

  40. Unknown says:

    I use Warm and White a lot! robinsheloratearthlinkdotnet

  41. Michelle M says:

    Warm and natural or Quilter's Dream. Both are great!

  42. Michelle M says:

    Warm and natural or Quilter's Dream. Both are great!

  43. Cotton! Thanks for the chance to win!cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

  44. Joy says:

    I choose my batting by the project. Warm and natural and warm and white are common choices. I also have used bamboo, polyester and 100% cotton. I'm going to try wool soon.

  45. Betsy says:

    I usually use Warm and White.

  46. Dorian says:

    I usually use warm and natural. thanks for the great giveaway!

  47. Patty says:

    warm and natural!

  48. Liz Horgan says:

    I use warm and natural. I am interested in trying bamboo batting though.

  49. Paige says:

    Lorna, this is one incredible giveaway. How much longer? I use Warm & White most of the time, sometimes Warm & Natural, but if the quilt is black I use Hobbs 80/20 black. Thanks!

  50. Yanicka says:

    I use batting made from recycled bottles 🙂

  51. Ella says:

    Warm and white!

  52. Sherry VF says:

    I usually use Warm & Natural 80/20 but, recently, I had a quilt quilted for me and they used Legacy which I really liked. It have a heavier weight to it which I prefer. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  53. Dobieslady1 says:

    I use Warm & Natural most of the time. I like Cotton Batting.

  54. Warm and white is my choice.

  55. Patti says:

    I use Warm and Natural or Warm and White. Awesome giveaway!

  56. Warm and Natural most of the time.

  57. Emily C says:

    I am currently using Warm & Plush. I love how soft and plushy it is.

  58. I use Warm & White cotton batting in queen or king size.

  59. Sometimes poly, sometimes Hobbs 80/20, sometimes fleece, sometimes wool–it all depends on the project

  60. Subee says:

    I generally use Warm and Natural!Ohioholman at aol dot com

  61. Diantha says:

    I usually use 100% cotton batting \”Warm and Natural\” (?)

  62. I always use Warm and Natural for my quilts.

  63. ledamewood says:

    I like 100% cotton. Warm &Natural is my favorite

  64. I love Warm and Company Batting in the natural, or the white. Very softI can use a coupon at Joann and get some off of the large bolt.

  65. Alice Ronne says:

    I use Warm and Natural all the time. Thanks!

  66. I use Hobbs Heirloom 100% cotton or 80/20 and Quilters Dream.

  67. Karen says:

    I like cotton batting and usually use Warm and Natural.

  68. Emily says:

    When I use batting, it's almost always Warm & Natural. I make a lot of kids quilts, and I back them with fleece and don't use batting. It's a really nice weight, it makes them even softer & cuddlier, it's very economical, and I find quilts easier to layer this way.

  69. PegP says:

    My go to's are warm & natural and Hobbs 80/20.

  70. Nancy L says:

    I use Hobbs 80/20. I hand quilt, and this is so easy to sew through.

  71. Tish Stemple says:

    I'm a big fan of warm and natural, though I'm really considering trying wool soon.

  72. Warm and Natural is my batting of choice for machine quilting.Quilters Dream is my preference for hand quilting,but I am trying a blend now and am not sure if I like it more or not!

  73. quilter says:

    I like the cotton/poly blends

  74. Deb says:

    I \”think\” I use this type…it's so long between times that I actually get to the batting part of the quilt, I forget!

  75. LJ says:

    Most generally, I use 100% cotton batting. I have used poly for trapunto.

  76. Unknown says:

    I like Warm and White for my quilts as this seems to machine quilt the best for me. Have a great sunshine filled day.

  77. VA says:

    I use both Warm & Natural and Hobbs 80/20.

  78. SandraC says:

    I love wool for my own projects!

  79. Jodie says:

    I often use Warm and Natural.

  80. JANET says:

    I use Warm and Natural, Hobbs, Dream or Fairfield. It depends on what I have on hand, and of course, cost.

  81. 100% cotton Warm & Natural or Warm & White. Great price, great stuff period. Love it! Thank you Lorna and The Warm Co. Scoped out more projects on your website…cool:)bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  82. Gene Black says:

    Warm and Natural and Warm and White are my usual battings.

  83. Unknown says:

    My favourite batting is Warm & White, for the clarity it brings to white and light pieced fabrics.

  84. Annmarie says:

    I use Warm & Natural most of the time. I make lots of wall quilts & table runners & I like how the weight lets them lie flat.

  85. Like so many others, Warm & Natural is my go-to batting choice!

  86. Carol S. says:

    You've had some amazing giveaways here…thank you! I use Warm and Natural most of the time.

  87. BrendaM says:

    I have been buying Warm Company packaged batting in the smaller sizes and find it much better to use than the by the yard

  88. babiesdoc says:

    I usually use cotton (warm and natural or warm and white)I really like warm and plush — it is almost as good as 2 layers of batting but, a little harder to find locallyI recently use a silk batting — it feels sooo wonderful but is twice the cost and not something I would use for kids quilts. I used it on a quilt made of vintage kimono pieces. on that it was worth the upgrade.sharongalliatgmaildotcom

  89. Angela says:

    I typically use cotton batting… and I love Warm & Natural. 🙂

  90. I usually use cotton batting, but am thinking of switching to polyester batting.

  91. Mary says:

    I like to use the 80/20 blend. I like the way the quilts drape.

  92. LisaT says:

    most of the time I use Hobbs 80/20 and when I'm not using that I use Hobbs 100% cotton with an occasional Quilters Dream thrown in!

  93. Ilana says:

    Most often I use Warm and Natural.hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

  94. Shirley says:

    I only use Warm and Natural batting. Tried another brand once, but wasn't satisfied – so only all cotton Warm and Natural from now

  95. claire ross says:

    I use warm and white batting x Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

  96. Karen says:

    I normally use Warm & Natural.

  97. sam says:

    I use either 100% cotton or 80/20 blend for my batting.

  98. Sewmissmouse says:

    I normally use Warm & Natural.

  99. Natureluvr57 says:

    I love Warm and Natural cotton batting but really really want to try the Wool in the future after reading how nice it is to quilt. For my placemats, mug rugs, etc I don't want thick batting and I buy some thin stuff my local shop sells for inside quilted jackets that was so popular but it's polyester I believe. I would prefer a low loft cotton instead but I haven't found one that's thin yet.

  100. Lori Smanski says:

    when i first started quilting, i had no idea what batting to use, so i would pick what ever was on sale. I have really come to like Warm and Natural. So that is the only thing I use now. 🙂

  101. Lori says:

    I use Warm and Natural most of the time. I have used some wool and totally love it.

  102. bee says:

    I use Warm company batting! either Warm & White or warm & natural. love how easy it is for quilting and for cuddling!

  103. EllenB says:

    I use Warm and Natural, but like Warm and White for quilts with white backgrounds.

  104. MaryBeth says:

    Warm and natural is actually my go-to batting.

  105. Jayne says:

    I use Warm & Natural! I love the weight, the ease of quilting with it and it washes up very nicely!!

  106. kay says:

    I have tried cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blend, wool, silk/wool blend, but I most often use 100% cotton.

  107. Cheryl says:

    I use warm and natural I love how easy it is to use and quilt with. Plus I love that it comes in white cause I make mostly white quilts lol

  108. Lizjk66 says:

    I use cotton mainly. Warm and White and Warm and Natural. I've even used Fairfield batting.

  109. @lutzcats says:

    Warm and Natural of course! I've used more expensive batts, but am always disappointed! 26 years of quilting and it's never let me down.

  110. MoeWest says:

    I use Warm and Natural most of the time. I like wool batting too.

  111. Warm and Natural it is!!! Love that stuff!

  112. Needled Mom says:

    My go to is always warm and natural. I buy it by the large rolls.

  113. BettyK says:

    I use Warm and Natural but have used other brands when they have been given to me, lol.

  114. Maxine says:

    I use warm and natural cotton batting.

  115. mamasem says:

    Whatever have in store. Love sleeping under wool wadding.

  116. cjmont says:

    i prefer warm and white and also use have used warm and natural.

  117. Lou says:

    I use Hobbs 80/20 and sometimes add wool to it if I want to poof it up in areas:)

  118. Rebecca says:

    I love the cotton batting, I love the feel of it and like to quilt on it also. But, I use polyester also.

  119. Kathy says:

    warm and natural cotton batting – the only batting I ever use

  120. Years ago my husband bought a whole bolt of Warm and Natural (because he had some crazy non-quilt project in mind). He never did his project, so I've been using up the batting little by little.

  121. EmileeHope says:

    Warm and natural cotton or an 80/20 mix

  122. I like Warn and Natural cotton batting.

  123. Janie says:

    I use warm batting. I love quilting with it. I also love the drape it adds to projects. Thank you for the giveaway.

  124. Nettie says:

    I use Warm & Natural for most of my quilts! If I want something warm & cuddly, I will splurge and buy wool batting. Love the feel of natural wool and cotton in my

  125. Vicki L says:

    Number one is Warm and Natural; first one recommended to me and it's the one I keep going back to. Occasionally I use Hobbs 80/20. Thank you for this giveaway opportunity.

  126. Skootchover says:

    I use warm and natural the most, but have fallen in love with warm and plush.

  127. Anne Simonot says:

    I have been using Hobbs 80/20 because it was easily available & a bargain with a coupon (got it at Michaels). There's never any there lately, though, so may need to go back to Warm & Natural.

  128. Tiffany says:

    I use a fair amount of 100% cotton batting, but I also love using an 80/20 blend. I recently started using a new 60/40 blend. I love quilting with cotton, by I've always heard polyester is warmer and it gets pretty child where I live.

  129. Tiffany says:

    I use a fair amount of 100% cotton batting, but I also love using an 80/20 blend. I recently started using a new 60/40 blend. I love quilting with cotton, by I've always heard polyester is warmer and it gets pretty child where I live.

  130. Rebecca says:

    My favorite is the Warm & White, but the Warm & Natural is easier to find without shipping.

  131. Laura says:

    If I am doing something that I want to have \”structure\” I use warm and white or warm and natural. If I want something with drape, I use hobbs 80/20. I recently had a quilt done by a longarmer and she used an 80% cotton/20% wool bat which I also really loved the drape on. Still experimenting on the batt front. Do not like poly as it's too slippery!

  132. mumbird3 says:

    Hi! I usually use a cotton batting – but I like the look of overlaying silk on top of cotton so i am moving towards that option!

  133. Georgi says:

    I've always used Warm & Natural or Warm & White, so I haven't really tried any others.

  134. Rebecca says:

    Warm and natural is my go to batting.

  135. Unknown says:

    I use the Warm and Natural, I love the way it drapes.

  136. Cecilia says:

    I like using Warm and White 100% cotton batting.

  137. Ladydukes says:

    Warm and Natural and Warm and White all 100% cotton

  138. Anonymous says:

    I use warm and natural, polyester or flannel. What ever I have on hand. Thank you for a chance to win this giveaway.

  139. Unknown says:

    I use Warm and Natural!

  140. Joolz says:

    I've used Warm and Natural the most, but have been branching out and trying 50% cotton/50% soy and also.some

  141. Kris says:

    I like cotton or 80/20 but would like to try wool and more. Cotton works so well when you freemotion on domestic because it helps stay in place and feels soft and pliable when done.

  142. The batting I use depends on the quilt. I mostly use 80/20, or Warm and Natural, and sometimes wool. I just finished quilting a queen size Fractured quilt using a W&N batting–love the drape!

  143. Ioleen says:

    I purchased a bolt of Hobbs 80/20, it was an unbelievable price so couldn't turn it down.

  144. jellybean says:

    I use cotton and usually shop the sales

  145. I am so new to quilting I don't have a favorite yet!

  146. Unknown says:

    I'm a fairly new quilter and am always confused as to what batting is best. Would love to win!

  147. Pam says:

    I use Warm and White or Hobbs 80/20.

  148. Kathy E. says:

    I have used several brands, but tend to buy and use more Warm & Natural. I like the feel and weight of it, plus it's easy to sew!

  149. Anonymous says:

    Love to use all Cotton Batting! Warm+Natural is my first choice! Thank You for a neat giveaway!

  150. DebW says:

    Warm and Natural almost exclusively – have used the warm & plush once and it was SOOOO thick!

  151. Jusmom1 says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural unless it is for a small child and will require washing every other day! Then I tend to use poly. thanks for the chance to win!

  152. Unknown says:

    I haven't had the opportunity to try very many types. This one sounds interesting to try!

  153. I use cotton exclusively in quilts. Table runners and wall hangings I sometimes use poly because it is cheaper. I really do not like working with polyester, I much prefer warm and natural.

  154. Pamela says:

    I usually use 80/20, but I would love to try Warm and Natural. Thanks for the chance to win, and thanks for yur great blog!

  155. I've only made three quilts so far and have been recommended to use 100% cotton so that is what I've been using. Warm and Natural. Maybe after I've made more, I might try something different just to see what the difference is?

  156. ShirleyC says:

    I've been using Warm and Natural! Thanks for the giveaway posts!

  157. AudreyB says:

    I tend to use warm and natural but depending on the project, I jump around a bit

  158. French 75 says:

    I prefer 100% cotton batting, but sometimes use 80/20 for durability. I often use the Warm and Natural brand.

  159. warn and natrual, thanks

  160. Susan says:

    I have only made two quilts so far and I used a low loft cotton batting. I am working on another small wall hanging for which I am going to try a low-loft polyester batting.

  161. Heather says:

    I like an 80/20 mix, usually Hobbs, but lately my local stores have gone with a Canadian product from a company who's name I can never remember.

  162. Jewel says:

    I use Warm and Natural as well. It seems to do best on the quilts that I make. It doesn't shrink or stretch out like the cotton I used to use.

  163. Nancy in IN says:

    I use warm and natural a lot.

  164. Unknown says:

    I normally use the warm and natural 100% cotton. I love the way it feels…

  165. I use warm and natural almost all the time

  166. Margaret says:

    love their batting, use it all the timethanks for the give away

  167. Joyce Carter says:

    Thanks for the awesome giveaways Lorna. i use FairField polyester

  168. Pamela says:

    Warm and Natural! Love the look after washing, and it always quilts up great.

  169. Donna W says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural cotton batting.

  170. Anna brown says:

    I use warm and natural.But i also always look at yard sales and salvation army stores for polyester batting or any batting for that matter…

  171. Liz F says:

    Normally 100% cotton but I recently used an 80/20 so I'm looking forward to seeing the difference after the quilt is laundered.

  172. VickiT says:

    When I bought my first embroidery machine in late 2003, I took a class to learn my machine and then we did a fun class which was a calendar wall hanging. We used Warm & Natural batting for that and it's the only kind I have bought since. I did take a Beginner Quilt Class and I wasn't told ahead of time to bring batting on one of the classes so I had to buy it from the shop I was taking the classes at. She sold some type of wool batting and I did not like that at all, mostly because it had large chunks of material in the batting and those left obvious lumpy spots in the project. I will stick to the Warm & Natural because I know the product and have loved everything I made using that so far.

  173. Bonnie58 says:

    i use mainly warm and natural as this is what my LQS carries. Thanks for sharing

  174. I use Warm and Natural.

  175. Melanie says:

    I use Warm & White or Warm & Plush for a thicker quilt.

  176. nan_c says:

    I most always use warm and natural!

  177. Unknown says:

    I've always used warm & natural.Would love to win!

  178. Patti says:

    I ALWAYS use Warm and Natural. Never anything else.

  179. Warm & Natural! ♡

  180. Warm & Natural! ♡

  181. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    I knew it!! Mystery solved…I finally figured out how you get so much accomplished–you are on day 9 of a weeklong giveaway meaning that your weeks have more days in them than mine! I've only ever used Warm and Natural (except a couple of early on quilts that I used packaged poly when there wasn't much else available). The Warm Company has great consumer service. I had a problem with my last package of batting and they were so kind and courteous and offered to replace it. I just sent it off in the mail yesterday and looking forward to getting the replacement. Karen

  182. Sewbig says:

    I usually use an 80 20 batting.

  183. Unknown says:

    i like silk batting , so nice, so pretty

  184. I use 100% cotton or 80/20 for bed quilts. If I want a puffy quilt that really shows the quilting then wool is great.

  185. I use warm and white batting for my quilts.

  186. I normally use 80/20 batting for my quilts.

  187. Warm & White or Pellon's Nature's Touch. Thanks!

  188. Vicki H says:

    I haven't bought any for awhile, still have half a big roll. I think it's an 80/20.

  189. Rachell says:

    Mostly 80/20 for my quilts, and 100% cotton. I want my quilts warm and cuddly and sturdy, and this batting shows off quilting nicely.reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  190. Rosa says:

    I use 100% cotton for quilts and polyester for runners,pincushions.

  191. Janelle says:

    I use Warm & Natural! Thanks for all of these giveaways!!

  192. Unknown says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural. Nancy A:

  193. Celine says:

    I use 80/20 usually but I have also used bamboo. Lovely giveaways Lorna, thank you

  194. I like the low loft. I use many types. cotton and poly depends on my project

  195. Unknown says:

    I use nothing but natural cotton or bamboo now LOVE IT. Makes so much difference.

  196. Kathy says:

    I usually use Dream Cotton.

  197. scottylover says:

    I usually use whatever I have on hand. 🙂 It really depends on the project what I use. I do like the feel and look of cotton, though.Sandy A

  198. Lisa J. says:

    Quilters Dream 100% cotton. It's what they have at my local quilt shop…although I have used wool (love it) and the quilts we do for the hospital are 80 /20 warm and natural, I beleive.

  199. I use Warm and White for all of my projects. I like to buy it off the bolt, but now our Hancock's is closed I should just invest in an entire bolt!

  200. Colleen says:

    I often use Warm and Natural. But I also like quilters dream

  201. Renea says:

    I use Warm & Natural about 90% of the time. thanks for the giveaway.

  202. Joan says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural. Thank you for the great gieaway.

  203. KathleenD says:

    I like to use wool batting best. It's light-weight, warm and shows wonderful stitch definition.

  204. Pam says:

    I use Warm and Natural, Warm and White and Quilter's Dream cotton.

  205. Unknown says:

    I am not sure. Its a 80/20 blend that is awesome for most projects. Its what the local shop stocks, and what we use for all the charity quilts

  206. Ramona says:

    I use warm and natural.

  207. sewingnancy says:

    I usually use an 80/20 cotton/poly batting. I don't know what brand as my LAQ provides it for me.

  208. Victoria says:

    Warm and Natural – it seems to work well for my needs (and temperament).

  209. Tina says:

    I usually use warm and natural. tljeo at yahoo dot com

  210. I've only used Warm & Natural (or Warm & White) but have recently discovered Quilter's Dream which I really like as well.

  211. lalaluu says:

    I really like Fusi-boo though it's hard to find since Joann's stopped carrying it.

  212. linynp says:

    I use warm and natural when I can get it at local shops. I like it best lovely drape and weight.

  213. Sarah J says:

    I typically use Warm & Natural!

  214. Anonymous says:

    I don't have a favorite batting, probably because I tend to buy what is on sale. Most of the stuff I use is polyester, but I also have some bamboo. I would like to try some cotton and see how it differs.

  215. GO STARS! says:

    I use Warm & Natural and bamboo blend usually.

  216. Sewmom18 says:

    I use mostly cotton batting.

  217. I use bamboo or cotton.

  218. I usually use Hobbs 80/20 cotton batting

  219. OhioLori says:

    I usually get the Polyester batting at Jo-Ann's…. Haven't used the other kinds yet…so would Loooove to win! Thank you for the chance! 😀

  220. MC says:

    I've been using the 80/20 variety, but would love to experiment with 100% cotton.

  221. T Hays says:

    Warm and Natural and Hobbs.

  222. Lace Faerie says:

    I've used Warm and Natural, seems to work well and is easy to find!

  223. Unknown says:

    So far I've been using what I can find on sale. I have wanted to try this brand a lot from reviews I've seen. Thanks for a chance!

  224. Bec says:

    I've usually used Hobbs Heirloon 80/20 (that's what I started with & the only option available locally to me for many years) but I now also have several others I've tried or I'm going to try.

  225. Beth says:

    I use Warm and White for my QAYG and Warm and Natural for other quilts. Sometimes it gets mixed together in my \”leftovers\” bag…

  226. Unknown says:

    I am fairly new to quilting and have only finished 4 quilt tops. For all of them I have used Warm & Natural. Love cotton! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  227. I use Warm and Natural, preferably bought with a coupon from Joann. I have some polyester batting from back when I didn't know better and finally used the last of it. Never again. It was awful and bearded terribly, was slippery so it needed extra basting, etc.

  228. Heide says:

    I use Cotton, whatever I have. Really want to try wool batting. The quilt is much lighter and fluffier, from what I have seen.

  229. KimB says:

    I use Warm & Natural 80/20

  230. Rhona says:

    I use warm and natural only, thanks for the giveaway!

  231. MicheleVogel says:

    I am still learning so I have only used one kind and sadly I don't even know what kind it is.

  232. mangozz says:

    I use polyester because it's lightweight and less expensive. I've never tried Warm and Natural or cotton batting but I would like to.

  233. JoanG says:

    I mostly use cotton batting. I've also used cotton poly blends.

  234. Cheryl says:

    I use Warm & White and buy it by the roll so I can just cut off what I need. It results in less waste than buying cut packages of the batting.

  235. Jereena says:

    Warm and natural/white.

  236. quilt455 says:

    I use cotton batting for everything

  237. Louise says:

    I use Warm & Natural almost exclusively! I tried a fusible batting once, but it was really stinky and sticky 🙁

  238. JaymeMade says:

    Cotton or cotton blend. I try to find a coupon or sale to buy!

  239. legato1958 says:

    I love using 100% cotton batting. It clings to the fabric nicely , and I use safety pins to anchor it down.Susie

  240. I mostly I use warm and natural. crystalbluern at tds dot net

  241. SeeAmySew says:

    I prefer a \”Warm and Natural\” blend

  242. JaneT says:

    I like the Warm and Natural batting.

  243. Anonymous says:

    I use cotton batting of various loft /gsm for various purposes

  244. Anonymous says:

    Actually, the only batting that I have used is polyester. Any other type of batting is very expensive where I live. Thanks!Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

  245. hollymade says:

    Warm and natural for me

  246. Peggy says:

    I use whatever is on sale at JoAnn's. I try to use their coupons to get a good deal.Thanks, Peggy

  247. judi says:

    I use upcycled mattress pads more then anything else. When I buy new I typically get the poly kind as I quilt on a tight budget.

  248. Lori S says:

    I normally use Quilter's Dream blend batting on my personal and client quilts. I will quilt on whatever they prefer and bring into my studio, with only a few exceptions.

  249. Sounds like I'm sucking up, but I always use Warm & Natural! 🙂

  250. i have a big roll that i got from joanne's and its getting low, i can't remember the name though

  251. Amanda Best says:

    I mostly use polyester low loft batting. I have tried Quilter's Dream and absolutely love it.My email is: Thanks!

  252. KathyinMN says:

    Mostly warm and natural. I have tried the warm and plush, but still prefer the regular warm and natural best for quilting on my domestic machine.

  253. Pauline says:

    I use bamboo or 100% cotton for my family and my precious people quilts – if I am mailing the quilt or donating the quilt I use poly batting (to ease my pocket).Paulineperry94022 at Hotmail dot com

  254. Unknown says:

    Warm & White or Warm & Natural

  255. catequilter says:

    I use Hobbs !00% cotton.

  256. Allison says:

    I mainly use cotton. I love the look and feel.

  257. Amanda says:

    I use Warm and Natural, or Hobbs.

  258. I usually use a 80/20 batting. Not a big fan of the high loft batting either since I quilt a lot by hand!

  259. Christine says:

    Normally I use warm & natural. Thank you for the giveaway prizes.

  260. Kathy Davis says:

    I usually buy Warm and Natural batting.

  261. Halverson says:

    I use whatever is still stashed in the craft closet. Usually a cotton or cotton/poly blend.

  262. Tracine says:

    My go to batting is Warm and Natural tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

  263. For some smaller baby quilts, I like to use 80/20. But, I use Warm and Natural for bigger bed size quilts. (

  264. Unknown says:

    I like to use warm and natura in my quilts.

  265. Alison says:

    Usually a polycotton blend? but I have used other kinds

  266. Edie says:

    I use Warm and White, or Warm and Natural.

  267. I usually use Warm and Natural. Thanks for the chance to win!

  268. I like to use Warm and Natural or Warm and White.

  269. KaliaContiki says:

    Unusually warm and natural. Or any other 100% cotton if it's on sale.

  270. Christine S says:

    I use all cotton usually. Warm products or Pellon.

  271. I use Warm 'n Natural 100% cotton but I also sometimes use Pellon Nature's Touch 100% cotton. Twice now I've used 80/20 wool and was pleasantly surprised!

  272. pkmegs says:

    I used Warm and Natural recently and have switched to it.

  273. Jessica says:

    I don't use a specific brand, but I have used Hobb's before and like it. I always use 100% cotton batting for my quilting.

  274. Christina says:

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  275. Christina says:

    I like to use cotton on bed quilts, but placemats or table runners I like to use polyester.

  276. Kaynik says:

    I have used several different battings. 80/20, Warm and Natural, Dream Cotton, Bambooktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

  277. Cloud 9 says:

    I typically use a cotton/poly blend.

  278. Warm and Natural for machine work. If it's handwork I use Hobbs 80/20. If I'm making a wall hanging and I haven't got any large pieces of leftovers I use soft and bright or something similar.SmilesKate

  279. Jill says:

    I usually use whatever is at our local store since I live in a very small rural community

  280. Enjoy your blog and the giveaways that you host. Like using batting from Warm and Natural

  281. Linda says:

    Warm and natural!

  282. I think it's Warm and Natural…whatever brand my LQS keeps in stock, lol!

  283. Unknown says:

    I like Warm and Natural for my quilts as it's soft and warm for winter. I'm now into 80/20 and I also like this batting. My runners or wall hanging projects I use a good poly batting which works well. Cheers have a great day,everyone!

  284. Kathleen says:

    I have only ever used Warm n Natural or Warm n White. Never tried anything else!

  285. Nancy says:

    I use whatever I can get local

  286. Frédérique says:

    I usually use polyester batting, a thick one

  287. susan says:

    My preference is Warm and Natural or Warm and White

  288. Brenda says:

    I use mostly cottons.

  289. Shauna says:

    I use what I find on sale, but my favorite is warm and natural

  290. Brenda says:

    I use either cotton or wool, unless it's a baby or kid quilt that will be washed a hundred times. Then maybe a cotton/poly blend.

  291. tktl says:

    Wool or cotton.

  292. Allison C says:

    Usually warm and white or warm and natural

  293. Sabrina says:

    I usually go for warm and natural or the slightly thicker Pellon one that comes on a big roll!

  294. Anna-Marie says:

    I use 100% cotton batting. The make depends on what I can find. Thanks for the chance to

  295. Rhonda D. says:

    I usually use Warm and Natural.

  296. Zenia Rene says:

    I normally use Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 Cotton/Poly Blend but I've heard wonderful things about The Warm Company and would be ecstatic to win this! Thank you for the chance.

  297. Kate says:

    My favorite is either Warm and Natural or Warm and White.

  298. Tirzah says:


  299. Fridolin says:

    I constantly try new battings. From bamboo to insulating vlies – I like to try it. Would love to try this one, as well! Thanks for this giveaway-spree!

  300. I don't normally use any, but this would be great to sew up a comforter for our bed. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at)

  301. Julie V says:

    Hobbs 80 20 but lately I'm liking 100% cotton.

  302. Mania says:

    Usually I use with polyester batting for small projects: mug rugs, wallhanging and thin cotton batting – 80/120 g blankets and large quilts. Unfortunately goods Warm Company are in my country very expensive

  303. Veronica says:

    Almost exclusively Warm and Natural & sometimes Warm & White or a wool. I buy my Warm &Natural by the huge round tube & love having it right there, in my home, ready for me when I have any size quilt batting to cut and use. 🤗

  304. Havplenty says:

    I like to use a poly/cotton blend because I find there is less shrinkage. I have used poly batting in my minis and my kid donation quilts. I have loved (used) this hand quilted tumbling block quilt I bought some 20+ years ago. Some of the blocks are now coming apart from wear and I find that the batting is a poly batting. There is something to be said about the durability of poly batting.tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  305. I use 80/20 because it's easy to purchase and reasonably priced. This is a great prize.

  306. Kim says:

    I use Warm 'n Natural and Warm 'n White. Sometimes I will add an extra layer of hobbs heirloom for some loft.

  307. georockgeek says:

    Cotton battings, I love the weight of heavier quilts, mostly Warm and Natural or Warm and White depending on if there is a lot of white in the quilt that would should the 'natural' through it.

  308. kitkabbit says:

    I like to use 80/20, but I have some 100% wool that I'm saving for the perfect project!

  309. Unknown says:

    Hobbs 80/20

  310. Unknown says:

    Love their batting, esp Warm and White!

  311. I love Warm and Natural, love the weight and feel of it!

  312. I like the 80/20 blend of Warm and Natural. Thanks for the chance to win!

  313. Unknown says:

    I prefer warm and natural.

  314. Cindy says:

    Cotton batts are my normal choice but I'm using wool more now. It's so light and warm.

  315. Unknown says:

    I try to use cotton when at all possible

  316. Alanna says:

    so far I have just used cotton batting. I think I used warm and natural one time. I am curious to try some other natural materials like wool, or bamboo.

  317. I use Warm and Natural Cotton batting!

  318. Margaret says:

    I love warm and natural..

  319. Hobbs 100% cotton.Thanks for the opportunity.

  320. Last time I used warm and white. That's the only one I have used so far beside poly batting (which I don't like at all), but I haven't made that many quilts yet.Many thanks for the chance to win. This would come in handy for my next quilt!