Iron your batting (if it was a wadded up residue like mine) on a reduced warmth setting. Beware not to extend it out of shape. Then iron your backing material on a high-heat cotton establishing to get all creases out. You will certainly be stitching your leading strips with all the layers of batting as well as backing so you wish to start as smooth as feasible. If you are using a Warm & Natural type batting it has a bit of adhesive things on it (which is why you don't want to iron directly on it on a warm setup.) This is useful for keeping your batting and support textile with each other as well as smooth.
After both items are pushed individually, facility the batting on the incorrect side of the support fabric. Thoroughly flip both over and push the support textile with batting underneath on a high heat setting. This will produce enough of a bond to hold them with each other without needing to pin the hell from them. If you really feel more comfy, or if you batting isn't gently sticking to the support fabric, you might make use of a quilters spray sticky to hold them together.
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