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Thread: Buying batting in bulk

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    If you have a tax ID. www.quiltersdreambatting.com their batting is great quality.
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    Joann's have sale on batting tomorrow "Sunday" it is the warm and natural 90"x40 yards for $210 way cheaper than at their stores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Needle View Post
    If you have a tax ID. www.quiltersdreambatting.com their batting is great quality.
    Thanks for the link. I looked at the different batting they have and was wondering have you ever tried their wool batting? I never tried wool and would love to try it but I care a lot about quality so would love to try good kind.
    Thanks for any feedback
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebeljane View Post
    Have you ordered this ever? How expensive was the shipping? I've always heard that the shipping is very expensive for a roll of batting. Have your used this 80/20 batting? I use the Hobbs Polydown all the time --or 100% cotton --but have not used the 80/20. Anyone have any pros/cons to using the 80/20? I do quilting for customers so am 2ondering if I should add it to my available battings. I have never used it so do not know in what ways it would be different form 100% cotton or the Hobbs Polydown.

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    Anyone every ordered from here? http://www.quilternatives.com
    It's the batting I love, and their prices look good (I've asked about shipping to Canada) although they only have 40 and 61" batting right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charming View Post
    Thanks for the link. I looked at the different batting they have and was wondering have you ever tried their wool batting? I never tried wool and would love to try it but I care a lot about quality so would love to try good kind.
    Thanks for any feedback
    Quilter's Dream has WONDERFUL wool batting. Right now I am quilting a wedding gift for a client and they wanted it "puffy" and warm. I read on another forum (bad bad) that they put QD cotton select on the bottom and Then a layer of QD wool for extra puffiness and definition. I just made the first pass tonight and love the look and it should be nice and warm.
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    I do have a tax ID. I am checking this out. Cheryl, do you recommend a certain type that they have? I usually use a cotton poly blend or all cotton?

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