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The Original Quilt Basting Spray - 805

Save hours of frustration by eliminating the need for basting or pinning. "The Original" Quilt Basting Spray bonds either cotton or polyester batting to the top layer and lining. With just a quick, light spray, this product shortens basting time to about 10 minutes and holds fabric layers together snuggly without shifting or tunneling your fabric.


Whether quilting by hand or machine, Quilt Basting Spray works great on projects of all sizes. A non-permanent bond allows the material to be repositioned as necessary. Lightly steam your fabric with an iron to reactivate the adhesive bond. This product is acid-free, ozone friendly, and will wash completely out of your fabric. Proudly made in the U.S.A.!

  • Net Weight 13 oz.
  • Can be used for hand or machine quilting.
  • Apply sparingly for best results and allow time to dry.
  • CFC-free and ozone friendly.
  • Won't gum up your needle.
  • The absolute best value and performance on the market.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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The Original Quilt Basting Spray - 805
The Original Quilt Basting Spray - 805
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Kathleen commented on 22-May-2013 02:32 PM5 out of 5 stars
To come out with a product like Quilt Basting Spray is absolute genius! I just finished a king size quilt which would still be undone without your spray. I am so thrilled and just had to tell you.
Deborah commented on 22-May-2013 02:34 PM5 out of 5 stars
I've found that any product with the Sullivans label is superior to anything else on the market. I have been spray basting my quilts with your Quilt Basting Spray since April of 1996 with great success.
Darlene commented on 22-May-2013 02:37 PM5 out of 5 stars
I've been completely sold. This is the way to baste quilts! The old methods of thread basting or tacking or even, heaven forbid, pinning are so time consuming and really slow down the process that allows me to produce so many quilts. I make dozens of (small) quilts each year, mostly to be donated to patients in the Pediatrics Ward at our local county hospital. Even with ten or more people helping to make these quilts, we are barely keeping up with the demand. Your Quilt Basting Spray has helped enormously to make my job go much more smoothly. I admit that I've tried similar products, but have not had anything with the results I've acheived with yours. I recomend your spray, specifying in the brand name, to all my Beginning Quilting students, and to other quilters who have not yet experimented with sprays at all. It surprises me that even some experianced quiltmakers have not yet tried the sprays. In spite of knowing that they work much better on cotton batting, I use polyester batting almost exclusively for the donation quilts and am having very few problems. I'm on my fourth can of your spray and I see that it's time to stock up again. Thank you so much for a terrific product.
Margie commented on 22-May-2013 02:39 PM5 out of 5 stars
I enjoyed watching the demo on the Quilt Basting Spray. I have used it and it is really a good product! I recieved a can of Quiltprotect Spray and am anxious to try that out, too. Thanks for helping out with our guild retreat!
Cheryl Langer commented on 28-Oct-2016 05:10 PM5 out of 5 stars
I have used many brands of basting sprays for my quilts and Sullivan's Spray Quilt Basting Spray works the best! It has the right amount of adhesive and doesn't build up on the needle of my mid-arm machine.
Gorjean Armen commented on 17-Sep-2017 03:47 PM1 out of 5 stars
I used the Sullivans Spray (new and improved). I have spent months (and $) making a beautiful quilt top for my first grandchild. Wanting it to be perfect, I tried the basting spray. It was bad, right from the start and it smelled horrible. The resulting gummy inside did not allow for uniform stitching, so I had to abandon my original quilting plan and “hide” the uneven stitches in the seams of my piecework. But I kept thinking it would wash out, and the softness would return . I have now washed it 3 times, the last 2 in hot water (the last with an overnight soak in the hot soapy water) with heavy duty detergent. Well, it is not fine. It is just as stuck as ever and the quilt is as flat as a pancake. The gumminess has caused the batting to lose it’s loft as well. At best, this intended cosy quilt, will become a stiff, flat toddler bedspread. I am so sad! Do you have any suggestions for removing the spray from the inside of the quilt?