As you can see it isn't very expensive when you take into consideration you are getting 10 yards of the tape and most quilts are around 100" in length so if you have trimmed off the edges of too wide battings, just putting 2 or 3 of these may net you a batting large enough for your next quilt or maybe two will net you a couple of lap quilts. Won't that be nice. It really is because it's so very easy to do.
Just open the package and remove the roll of tape. Now the next part is what I had the most trouble with. Remove the plastic wrap around the roll.
The above picture is a little hard to see but I hope you can make out the melted section in the middle.
Next take you batting that you want to make into one piece and align the edges on the ironing board.
Look for this product at your local quilt shop or online. (I got my at the local quilt shop). If you do very much quilting and have those bits and pieces of batting laying around this is a great way to use them up!!
Now guess what!!! I found a pattern, new to me, for houseshoes. Really great pattern that has that wonderful gripper cloth on the bottom so you don't slip. Uses several layers of batting in the sole and this pattern is small so wonderfully small scrap pieces will do the trick!! Look for more about this pattern later and pictures!!!