by sewn though, i mean the to outside pieces of fabric are touching together where they are sewn, you just take 2 pieces of fabric and run stitches and then run another set parallel 8-10 inches away from the first one and put down in the space between, when you do it like that though it creates cold spots because there is basically no lofted down where you sewed the 2 pieces together
Originally Posted by teebee
any by internal baffles there is a strip of fabric (say 3" tall) that is sewn to both the top and the bottom shells, think of it like an "I" beam construction this allows the down to expand the entirety of the quilt since there are no sewn though spots
hope this helps, there are tons of threads on here that can probably explain it better that i just tried
Thanks a lot! I am seeing lots of threads on the subject but I'm finding that you need a basic understanding of the terminology and processes to understand the explanations!
Thanks for your help and for posting your project! Happy hangin'!
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