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Thread: Kudos to Hobbs bonded fibers

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    Kudos to Hobbs bonded fibers

    I use Hobbs 80/20 batting for my quilts and really like it! Recently I opened a package and it did not feel like the other rolls I have used. It was too soft, flimsy and pulled a part. I contacted Hobbs and was told to send sample of batting to them. I did that and they sent be a replacement roll. Great customer service! I really appreciated thier quick response and remedy for the problem! I will continue to use Hobbs 80/20 batting!

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    I use Hobbs too. It's the only batting brand I use for quilts. I use Warm and Natural for projects and small quilted items.
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    great to hear about good service
    Nancy in western NY

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    As a former resident of Texas (where MANY quilters know and LOVE Hobbs!) I have long tooted their horn. They are one of the more pro-active, education-presenting, customer-responsive firms in the business!! Nearly every LAQ I knew there used rolls of Hobbs 80/20.

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    Me too....I love Hobbs battings. I've been using the PolyDown lately and love the little bit of pouf it gives...and softness. Also use the 80/20. And as a Texan, I like that it's a local product.

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    I haven't tried Hobbs, I've been using Warm & Natural for years. I'll be watching to view what other QB'ers have to comment.
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