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Thread: Heat and Fusible Fleece??

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    I am wanting to make a casserole carrier, I have already found the pattern i am going to use!! However my question is can I use Fusible Fleece Pellon 987F for the batting or would it be too hot for it?

    The pattern just calls for regular batting but I really like using the Fusible fleece!! Any help would be appreciated!! Thanks Holly

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    I would use Insulbrite(R)to keep the heat in better. Also, I have had horrible luck with the fusible battings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmonohon
    I would use Insulbrite(R)to keep the heat in better. Also, I have had horrible luck with the fusible battings.
    What kind of bad luck have you had?

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    fusible fleece should work fine.

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    Thanks!

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