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Thread: Batting that doesn't break the bank

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    Super Member Lori S's Avatar
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    Hobbs 80/20 is a wonderful batting. The sale at Connecting Threads is a very very good price.

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    walmart has a 80/20 i kinda like

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    I've used Quilter's Dream -Select. My favorite is Hobb's wool blend. I wonder about the bamboo batting. Has anyone used them and what is the the advantage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorismeadows View Post
    I've used Quilter's Dream -Select. My favorite is Hobb's wool blend. I wonder about the bamboo batting. Has anyone used them and what is the the advantage?
    I quilted with the bamboo and cotton this week and I liked it. It was on clearence at Joann's last week.

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    Cotton is just a choice. I usually use warm and natural as a go to batt, but I have used a low loft poly that was a very good choice. It was about half the price of the W&N. I am considering buying a whole roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosalynd View Post
    I haven't made a bed size quilt before and now on my first go round I'm looking at batting.
    I know 100% cotton batting is the best for quilting and I'm looking for a place with a good deal on a king size batting.
    Keepsake quilting!

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    Walmart on line has some good prices on various types when you buy 4.

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    This place sells it on rolls - enough for a lot of quilts!

    http://www.marshalldrygoods.com/quil...ls/cat_46.html

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    I go to Joanns. I never buy anything pricey without a coupon.

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    Connecting Threads and 80/20. I agree.

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