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Thread: This is real good information on identifying fabric content.

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    Senior Member kellen46's Avatar
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    I knew about and have used this burn test but it never hurts to pass on the tip. This posting has some good information.

    http://quilting.about.com/od/fabrice..._test.htm?nl=1

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    thanks!

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    good to know. I do have some fabrics I'm not sure about

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    A fast and easy way to tell 100% cotton from cotton-poly blends is just wad it up in your hand for a little bit. Cotton will wrinkle, cotton-poly won't.

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