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Thread: Batting for Potholders

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    Does regular Warm & Natural batting work ok for pot holders? Does it protect your hands enough or is there something better to use?

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    Insul-bright! It's made by the Warm Company, but it's an insulated batting just for things like pot holders and casserole carriers.

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    I like to use warm&natural and the other that keeps the heat away from your hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiR
    Insul-bright! It's made by the Warm Company, but it's an insulated batting just for things like pot holders and casserole carriers.
    Do most shops carry it or should I just head to the web?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiR
    Insul-bright! It's made by the Warm Company, but it's an insulated batting just for things like pot holders and casserole carriers.
    This is what I used in my pot holders. It has a look of having foil in the inside.

    I would not trust just a regular batting!

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    Most all shops have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasureit
    Quote Originally Posted by AndiR
    Insul-bright! It's made by the Warm Company, but it's an insulated batting just for things like pot holders and casserole carriers.
    Do most shops carry it or should I just head to the web?
    Joann's has it.

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    i use two layers of cotton and a layer of insul-bright

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    I bought some insul-Bright this morning at Joanne's regular price is $6.99 a yard, but I had a 40 percent off coupon. Its made to make pot holders or oven mitts. I just finished this one with my left over materials.
    Quote Originally Posted by Treasureit
    Does regular Warm & Natural batting work ok for pot holders? Does it protect your hands enough or is there something better to use?
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    If you have a Hobby Lobby nearby I got it for 2.59 a yard a few weeks back. I was surprised it was so cheap.

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