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Thread: Batting for Potatoe Bags

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    Senior Member Becky Mc's Avatar
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    Good Morning all from sunny cool tip of the thumb in Michigan it is 64 at 9:30 am humidity still a little high 84 but still kind cool compaired to the last couple of weeks.

    Now to get on to my question last week I think there was a post on potatoe bags and there was a link to some where to get the batting just for them and other things that you put in the Microwave. Can some one please give me that link?

    Thanks ever so much, and to all try to keep cool, don't forget to hydrate yourself. I know we all looked forward to summer after a long very cold winter but it just didn't have to get this darn hot.

    Becky

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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    Have you tried your LQS?
    Pretty much every store that I've been in this summer has had the special Warm Tater batting for sale.

    For more info, check out their website
    http://www.warmcompany.com

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    I just got some this past week at hobby lobby. Also it is in Keepsake and home-Sew catalogs .

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    Good morning from the humid (but cool) lower end of the Thumb (Almont)

    Instructions:
    http://www.warmcompany.com/WarmTaterPattern.pdf

    Info on batting:
    http://www.warmcompany.com/warmtater.html

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    Look for cotton batting with no scrim. The scrim is a very thin layer of poly over the cotton. It can be labeled as 100% cotton even if it has scrim. The label has to say no scrim. I bought a lot of no scrim batting at Walmart on the bolt for less then $4 a yard. It was mixed in with the Warm and Natural batting and Pellon bolts.

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