I’m throwing in my two cents on one of the most divisive subjects in the sewing community: quilting cottons. Do you use quilting weight cottons for garment sewing? When most people learn how to sew, they usually begin working with quilting cottons. They’re easy to work with. They’re sturdy, iron well, pin easily, and won’t give your sewing machine any trouble. Plus, they’re available in a million different colors and patterns, some of which are ridiculously cute. The skirt I’m wearing is made from a cotton print I bought at Joann’s a few years ago. It features Monet prints. How cool?! But to be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever worn this skirt out since I made it many years ago. Why not? To find out, keep reading!