It took longer than usual to get the wool batting from St Peter Mill in Minnesota. I ordered it for Ellen’s quilt that I designed in the beginning of January.
But now it’s here and I have the back of the quilt all ready to go, so it’s just a matter of sewing it all together and tacking it.
The wool batting is about three inches thick and so different to work with than the thin cotton I usually use. Tacking it with yarn, makes it into a big puffy, warm and cuddly quilt.
I’m planning on getting back to it on Monday morning.
2 thoughts on “Wool Batting For Ellen’s Quilt”
I had no idea you could order wool like this for a quilt!
I didn’t use it till Ellen said she wanted a thicker 100% wool batting. She actually found St. Peter Mill In Minnesota. I do like the feel of it and it’s pretty warm too.