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    Pellon Natural Cotton batting vs. Warm and Natural

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone has used Pellon Natural Cotton batting for quilting and if it is compatible with Warm and Natural? I am in a ministry where we use Warm and Natural for all our quilts but it is expensive and I noticed Joanne's has a 25 yard roll of the Pellon on sale as a holiday door buster for $99 (reg $275).

    Thank you in advance for your input.

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    It should be very similar to Warm and Natural, as it is a cotton batting needlepunched through a scrim. There seem to be very few reviews of the Pellon online. The one comment I have seen about it is that it is a relatively linty batting. This wouldn't stop me from using it.

    Pellon assigns different numbers to its battings, and I think there is more than one type of cotton batting that they sell. That's why the following one (#2107) may not be the same type as the one being sold at JoAnn's. If you have a chance to stop at JoAnn's, maybe you can find out the # on the bolt that is being sold. Anyway, here is a link to the one sold on Overstock, which has several reviews attached to it:
    http://www.overstock.com/Crafts-Sewi...7/product.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim_s View Post
    Hi, I was wondering if anyone has used Pellon Natural Cotton batting for quilting and if it is compatible with Warm and Natural? I am in a ministry where we use Warm and Natural for all our quilts but it is expensive and I noticed Joanne's has a 25 yard roll of the Pellon on sale as a holiday door buster for $99 (reg $275).

    Thank you in advance for your input.


    Kim
    And if you expect to get the doorbuster price, be in line about 5:00 am because Joannes is notoriously poor at having any stock on their door-busters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmary View Post
    And if you expect to get the doorbuster price, be in line about 5:00 am because Joannes is notoriously poor at having any stock on their door-busters.
    Unless you order on line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim_s View Post
    Hi, I was wondering if anyone has used Pellon Natural Cotton batting for quilting and if it is compatible with Warm and Natural? I am in a ministry where we use Warm and Natural for all our quilts but it is expensive and I noticed Joanne's has a 25 yard roll of the Pellon on sale as a holiday door buster for $99 (reg $275).

    Thank you in advance for your input.

    Kim
    I'm not sure if it's the same batting I bought at Wal-Mart on the bolt or not but if it is I like it except that it seems to shed some. It's really lightweight and very soft.

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    Wow! Thanks for mentioning the online option. Here is a link to it online:
    http://www.joann.com/promotional-nat...busters&ici=41
    I wonder if a free shipping coupon can be used with it?

    This says it is Nature's Touch, which is the same batting I purchased in king-size packages recently at JoAnn's for 50% off. I can see why it might shed some, as it is very soft and fuzzy, but it got a good review here:
    http://raevenfea.com/reviewing/pello...touch-batting/

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    I just tried adding it to the JoAnn's online cart; shipping would be $23. I looked for free shipping coupons, but I think they all expire before the batting doorbuster sale.

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    I added the roll to my cart and it showed a promo code of PKG322 for free shipping. Maybe it will work on the doorbuster day!! Wishful thinking but you never know.

    Thank you everyone for your comments.

    Kim

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    Do you have to order the day of the doorbuster online, to get that price? I plan on driving 60 mile that morning to get the deal but hope they have it left. below the Merry Moolah coupon I see a phone # to call for exclusions 1800-525-4951. Under the add for the batting I don't see anything about if you can order online. If anyone can tell me what to do about this I would save aggravation and gas. Thanks
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