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Thread: Has anyone tried fusi boo?

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    Super Member gale's Avatar
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    I guess my other post was outlawed. I really just wanted to know what others thought of it so if you've used it on a quilt, how did you like it?

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    I saw this before, but don't know what it is?

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    It's a fusible batting made with bamboo. If you google fusiboo or fusi-boo you can get info.

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    I just made a small wallhanging with it. Worked fine. I do not FMQ and am just trying to learn. This was my second piece....maybe a little sticky when I was quilting but I dont know. Going to do another wallhanging (30 by 30) with it over the weekend.

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    Don't know about this one..am anxious to find out too

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    Well I finished two more hangings and had not a problem. I did SID not FMQ and it was fine. It does not hold as well as basting spray but OTOH you dont have to inhale the fumes.

    I think you need a wide ironing board though. I did a 54 by 54 sandwich and that was plenty to work with.

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    I just used it for a table runner. It didn't totally fuse,(probably user error) but was enough for me to do the quilting. Feels good. Seems fine.

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