Sunday, November 29, 2009

Batting Terminology-Word of the Day

Pre-Soak/Pre-Shrink- The process of pre-shrinking a batting. This is usually done by soaking in water about 95 degrees (no agitation) and spinning the water out, followed by drying in a dryer or rolling in a dry towel and air drying flat, this is done to prevent any shrinkage of the finished quilt the during subsequent washing and dryings.

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