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Thread: Favorite muslin to feature in quilt

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    Senior Member It'sJustMe's Avatar
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    The outstanding Frankenstein stacked coins quilt recently posted by nanabirdmo got me wondering ...What's your favorite brand muslin to use in your quilts?

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    I like the Kona premium and Legacy muslins. I recently bought some Bella that is 200 count. It feels nice, but haven't used it yet. I usually can find what I want on sale either online or at Joann's.

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    Glad you asked this question. I've thought about that myself! (Wasn't that a gorgeous quilt?)

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    i buy roc=lon

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    Just bought 2 bolts of Roc Lon 50/50 bamboo and cotton, 200 ct. Feels really silky. Haven't used it yet. Was reasonably priced with 50% off coupons.

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    I buy Ron loc the 404 and 403 ( one is the bleached and the other the unbleached) , the numbers are on the end of the bolt. I typically buy them by the bolt. It is their permenant press , pre- shrunk ( but there is still a bit of shrinkage) .
    I like as it does not wrinkle nearly as bad as some of the others, has a nice weight, and the shrinkage is comparable to other premium cottons.
    That company make many different grades/quality so do read the end of the bolt.

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