Tips for using Fusible Batting?
I finished GS's queen-size quilt last fall, after a 25-year hiatus from quilting. Among the things I (re)learned is that if you can't bend your knee enough to get down and move around on the floor (and don't have any other space large enough), trying to baste a queen-size is both difficult and frustrating. DD wants a new bedspread-size quilt for her California-king so soon I will be looking at an even larger area that will need to be basted...
Which has brought my attention to this new-fangled [grin] fusible batting. It comes in cotton-poly blends which all seem to note 5% or more shrinkage (huh?) or all-poly which doesn't note shrinkage; I'll go with the all-poly stuff but there doesn't seem to be much info on it. While I will order a small piece to practice on before doing the king-size, I'm hoping y'all can give me some hints and tips to make using it easier.
-remember- no floor-crawling!