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Thread: heavy batting?

  1. #21
    community benefactor ShellyQ's Avatar
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    Jun 2007
    New Zealand
    I did a google for NZ sites for batting, don't know why I didn't think of that before Duh :lol: , instead of runnuing all over town. I can get wool bat here for $15.5 p/m whereas the cotton batt is between $28 - $32p/m, I spose it's cause the cotton batt has to be imported.

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    Senior Member wannaquilt1's Avatar
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    May 2011
    Quote Originally Posted by Susan F
    I use a 10 oz batting, polyester,l when I want it thick. Im also use my Joann's 40% off coupon to buy it.
    what kind is this? I'm looking for 8-10 oz batting but can't find out what to buy...

  3. #23
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    Dec 2013
    Ontario, Canada

    wool batting

    Quote Originally Posted by ShellyQ View Post
    Maybe form a thrift or opp shop, that's where I get my old wool blankets from, it's amazing what some people throw away . Might have to use one in my Grandsons quilt, have been looking for some wool batting, cause it's so much warmer, can't seem to find any :cry: , used to be able to get it real easy.
    Check out the Hobbs Heirloom Washable Wool Batting.

    I've used other batting from connecting threads and has been great

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