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Thread: Another dumb mistake!

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    I have made several table runners lined with Insulbrite, no problem. They are a tiny bit stiffer that those lioned with Warm and Natural but it is not necessary to use table protectors. I quilter them just fine on the machine.

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    Definitely use warm and natural layers with insulbrite in the middle. Makes such a nice difference and totally cuts down that crackling sound. Also makes it much more absorbent.

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    Thsi is good to know, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter View Post
    All the instructions I have seen for insulbright say to use it with other batting. I combine mine with Warm and Natural and have not had any problems. Sorry it's giving you fits.
    I didn't have any instructions...

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    There is a insulated batting type that I bought at either JoAnns or Walmarts last yr to do the same type thing except that I made my whole tablecloth out of it. I made the tablecloth one side is for Thanksgiving and the other side if for Christmas and it quilted really nice. I can't remember the name of it but if I can find it you should find it in Richmond.
    Judy

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    I also use a layer of warm and natural with insulbright and have had no problems.

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    I have several placemats made with this and did not have these types of problems with it and I have washed them.

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    Uh.....isn't Insulbrite a relatively new product? All those potholders from years long past were made with what? And I, for one, never had any problem with them.
    Stephanie in Mena

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    I admit it never occurred to me to check this out before using the product. I bought it off a roll and there were no instructions (unlike what you get with fusible interfacing, for instance).

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