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Thread: Quilt Baste Spray

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    Junior Member Love2Craft's Avatar
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    Which spray do you find the best

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    Super Member moreland's Avatar
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    I like June Taylor--It is among the less expensive, but I find it works just fine. This topic has been discussed numerous times--If you are interested you could do a search on the topic and get more answers than you probably want to read.
    Happy Quilting

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    Super Member grammy Dwynn's Avatar
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    I only use 505. It has very low to almost no odor. I have a couple of small item that I sprayed a couple of years ago and it's still holding :) love 505

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    Super Member butterjoy's Avatar
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    Is 505 permanent? I need a spray or glue that is temporary. Does anyone know what kind that is not so expensive?

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    Super Member Elisabrat's Avatar
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    505 is temporary 606 is not. go to Amazon to check the prices as my local store does not sell it but its like $12.99 for a large can which covers a whole lot of fabric.

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    Senior Member MoMoSews's Avatar
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    I use the June Taylor also. It's probably the one thing I can buy at JoAnn's with a coupon for an item not on sale.

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    In my opinion, 505 is the best. It doesn't gum up needles like the other stuff. I use it for quilt basting as well as for machine embroidery -- wouldn't be without it!!

    Shoppers Rule had it on sale the other day for $12.99 for the large can. I got two.... :D :D

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    Moderator Jim's Gem's Avatar
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    505 is the best. It's more expensive but I think it is worth it!

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    New Subject, but I like your answers.
    What constitutes a 'scrap?'
    I have committed to making scrappys in 2010 and want to know what other quilters call scraps?

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    I call scraps anything that is left over from what I have made.

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