I am the president of my local quilt guild this year and a situation has come up that I thought I would get feed back from members of this forum on. We donate quilts to the local cancer center as well as to people who have lost their homes to fires and other situations as we deem necessary. It has now been suggested that people be required to use specific type batting such as Hobbs 80/20 for the cancer quilts as they are warmer than some of the quilts that have already been donated. This suggestion was made by a member of the guild who is currently undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer. I am curious as to how you would all feel if you were told what batting you had to use in a quilt you were donating. If you want to respond privately, please send me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. I am planning on addressing this issue at the Feb board meeting on the 11th so any feedback before then would be greatly appreciated.