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    Super Member dglvr's Avatar
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    I"ve used it on tablerunners and wallhangers but not sure if I could use it on a larger quilt beings ironing that big of quilt with the basting would be difficult. I would suggest trying it on something smaller before using it on something big. I did like though :thumbup:

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    I use it it is call fusable fleece. cool product.
    :-D

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    There is also Heirloom 80/20 Fusible batting. You iron it on both sides at the same time. If you get a wrinkle just pull it up and repress. Once you wash the quilt the chemicals that are used for the fusible part washes away.

    I've not used it, just heard about it at the Knoxville show. It's by Hobbs. I may carry it once my shop is open. I don't have prices on it yet.

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    Hobbs Heirloom fusible batting is what i've been using.80/20.

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    I will try to find out more about it, it is expensive so I am reluctant to buy much till I here more comments about it it is about $30.00 a metre,
    the cute kitty is a longhaired Scottish fold called miss pretty

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    Luv your kitty!! What a soft ball of fur.
    ~Deb~

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    I've used fusible batting a lot. I don't like it that much and won't be buying anymore. It's o.k. for small pieces, but would never work for large quilts. I've found it doesn't stick all that well and it simply is more bother than pinning or spray basting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    I"ve used it on tablerunners and wallhangers but not sure if I could use it on a larger quilt beings ironing that big of quilt with the basting would be difficult. I would suggest trying it on something smaller before using it on something big. I did like though :thumbup:
    This was my thought also...

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    Add me to the list of those who love your kitty. I had one that looked just like it once...then it grew up! But Missy is still cute!

    Good luck with the fusible stuff...I'd like to know what it is, too.

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    Fusiboo???

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