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Spray basting
SheilaD Send a Message
Julian, CA
After i spray baste a quilt, how long if any time must I wait before i start quilting?
3/10/2017 9:37:09 AM
auntjana Send a Message
Herriman, Utah
I usually start right away, after i am sure i hace no wrinklesvin tge yop or backinh.
3/11/2017 9:23:18 PM
zfatcat Send a Message
SoCal
I quilt right after I baste. I use 505 spray. It doesn't gunk up the needle. Lori
3/12/2017 12:43:19 PM
ButterZ Send a Message
Australia
I use it straight away too. I find the occasional wipe down of the needle helps. 505 doesn't choke you and is easy to use. It doesn't make the quilt stiff.
4/11/2017 6:29:38 AM
Pilot2b Send a Message
DENVER
Saw a basting spry some place that does now clog up needle. And when I do use this method,i will quilt much faster.

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7/20/2017 7:40:03 AM
Oasis Send a Message
West Coast
I also use 505 spray. But I usually let it lay out flat over night to let it sort of settle and dry. Haven't had any problems with the needle.

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10/18/2017 8:23:11 AM
I also use 505 and press with a warm iron between each layer. This makes sure there are no wrinkles

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12/26/2017 7:17:46 AM
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