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Thread: I found out something I didn't know!

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    I found out something I didn't know!

    That interfacing is a fabric and I lost out buying some with that 60% off coupon from last week and I need alot of it!

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    Oh, so sorry for you. Batting is a coupon fabric, too.

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    We may think of interfacing and batting as types of fabric, but my local JoAnn's has signs up that say batting is NOT a fabric for the purpose of coupons. I don't know how they define interfacing.

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    At my Joann's batting is not considered fabric when it comes to using a coupon.
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    It must be up to the individual JoAnn's stores. That's how I always buy my Warm & Natural off the roll with the fabric coupon.

    I'm not talking about batting in the bags.
    Last edited by MattieMae; 09-01-2012 at 10:53 AM.

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    I agree, it must be individual stores, also for the 60% coupon they are very picky
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    I can save $100-$200 by using coupons and buying the large rolls. have even arrived after all was sold and they let me order it using coupon. I buy full rolls only, does that make a diffrence? Thankfully I have room to store it.

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    I buy both the batting in the bag and on the roll in all of the Jo-anns with the % off coupons. I will not be going to buy anything at Jo-Anns if they stop letting me use the coupons for this and interfacing ....

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    When I worked at JoAnn's, interfacing was a notion. I think batting has its own listing. I wish they hadn't closed our JoAnn's now it 50 miles one way.

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    hmm interesting-when I worked at JoAnn's interfacing wasn't considered a notion, must have been an individual store thing.
    I used my 60% on interfacing and another for 45"home dec fabric.

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