Warm 100 - Natural 100% Cotton Needlepunched Quilt Batting with Cotton Scrim

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Warm 100 is One of Kind!

The Warm Company is dedicated to the manufacture of the most innovating quilt battings and fusible webs.  Warm 100 is no exception.  Warm 100 is the only batting in the world manufactured with 100% Natural Cotton needled into a 100% All Cotton Scrim!  State of the art mechanical cleaning removes all seeds and plant remnants for super clean natural cotton needle-punched into an all new cotton scrim!  The cotton scrim holds the fiber together for the softest, easiest to work with cotton batting you’ve ever experienced!  The master of cotton quilt batting has done it again.  Another first for quilters from The Warm Company!

The Benefits of 100% Cotton Scrim 

  • 110” Width – Bigger Queen Size – 90” x 110” & Bigger Baby Size – 55” x 60”
  • Easy to Quilt by Hand & Machine
  • Breathable Cotton Warmth with Low Loft
  • No Prewash Necessary < 3% Shrinkage
  • Zero Glues or Resins – No Chemical Smell
  • Top & Backing Fabrics Cling While Quilting
  • Will Not Separate or Bunch
  • Will Not Beard - Shift or Migrate
  • Quilt or Tie Leaving Up To 10” Open
  • Once Quilted, Machine Wash Cold & Dry

Optional Pre-Wash & Care Instructions

  • Please note - this step is optional.
  • You will experience a 3% shrinkage with your first wash.
  • Use cold water to reduce shrinkage and keep your cotton quilting fabrics vibrant through a lifetime of gentle washing.
  • Hand Wash mild detergent. Do not agitate or spin in washer.
  • Soak for 20 minutes, rinse several times.
  • Squeeze out water. DO NOT WRING. Rolling in a towel helps.
  • Dry in a warm dryer or lay flat to air dry.

We regularly carry:

Warm 100 110 = Roll - 110" x 25 yds and By-The-Yard!

Warranty Information

You may call in to request samples of any of our battings. Please contact us immediately to report any product quality concerns. Be sure to hang on to the original product packaging. You'll want to preserve any label that has bar codes, dates, numbers, etc. Some may be hard to find.