You’ve got lots of batting scraps and like most quilters, those scraps don’t get tossed out. Use this batting seam tape so no batting goes to the dark side. Use your rotary cutter and ruler to get straight edges on the batting pieces and then measure out an appropriate length of batting seam tape. Butt the edges of batting together, lay the batting seam on top of the two pieces where they join, and iron. Voila! You’ve now got a nice piece of batting you can use. It’s so soft you can’t even tell it’s there. 1½" -wide fusible tape. 10-yard roll.