However, the proof of the pudding is in the eating (or rather, the proof of the wadding is in the quilting), so how did it perform? It's surprisingly soft and easy to use. Layering up was easy, as it seemed to cling quite nicely to the top and backing as I went along. The green colour is really very delicate, and it didn't show through in any of my lighter patches. I have machine quilted round the edge of the top and am currently hand quilting round my dogs, and the needle goes through like a hot knife through butter.
The only criticism I have, is that it seems to stretch very slightly, so I have to make sure I hold it firmly while I quilt. This could be a factor arising from the way I quilt in my lap without a frame, although I've never had this problem before. I would definitely buy it again, so why not give it a try yourself?