I had just rolled a quilt I was working on when I noticed that there was a fold in the batting. I put my hand between the quilt top and batting to tug the batting flat when I felt a poke. How did a pin get in there I wondered.
I pulled the quilt top back and discovered this.
The batting had folded over when being made resulting in a thick ridge of batting. And in that ridge I found this
A needle from the needle punch machine that makes the batting. It was wedged into the batting ridge. So glad I found this before I ended up quilting over it. Can't imagine what damage that would have done to my quilting machine.
This was a sealed package of batting that I discovered the needle in. Next time I use one, I think I'll lay the batting out and make sure it's all good.
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ack...that was my quilt wasn't it!!!??? I still haven't posted my quilts you did...one of these days i'll get back into blog land..but in the meantime, feel free to post them!
Yikes! I've been lucky so far, and haven't found any such critters in my batting.
Unbelievable! So good you found that. I will remember to be extra careful now.
Goodness. This is a good thing to know. Thanks for the warning!
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