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Thread: Walmart batting

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    Senior Member Roben's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    SW IA
    I checked our Wal-Mart yesterday; no markdowns :cry: I did stop at Hobby Lobby, tho and found 2 Queen size Hobbs for 11.99 ea and 1 twin Mountain Mist for 9.99 :D

    Joanns has their bolt Warm & Natural batting half price this weekend (4.99/yd) - if its 108" wide that makes it about $15 for a Queen size cut.

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    Senior Member Lisa's Avatar
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    Sep 2007
    East Texas
    The good thing about Hobby Lobby is if you know your going to go shopping there, get thier 40% coupon out of the sunday paper (it's in every sunday paper here where I live), thats when I purchase something that might be a little pricey, I got a great quilting book 40% off the last time I went, and have used it on fabric purchases before to.

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    Oct 2008
    I went ot walmart in Logan Ohio and there is not a fabric section at all. No one could help me with trying to get batting. Now there is nowhere around here to get it.
    When walmart came in here it caused lots of stores to close down. Joann fabrics being one of them.
    Now we can't buy fabric, or batting for a reasonable price.
    Such a shame. We have to travel about an hour etither way we go to buy fabric or batting.

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    Jul 2007
    SE Wisconsin
    Looks like a good day to go shopping!

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    If you can find the Fairfield Traditional batting, it's very good. I use it when I don't use cotton. Walmart here is closing out the fabric dept. this week. Everything was 50% off. I got bolts of the VIP Select fabric for quilt backing. If you can find the VIP Select 100% cotton it is quilt shop quality. The regular VIP is the lesser quality. It will say Select on the bolt end.

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    Feb 2007
    One of our Walmarts here in GA. is going to remodle and last week their fabric went half price. I got about $40.00 to $50.00 dollars worth. When I got home I relized that I should have gotten a couple more yards of what I had gotten. Least to say that I have been sick and didn't make it back until today and what I was looking for was gone. Oh well, I did spend about another $20.00 though. Now we have 2 stores left around here and a third one that has a small fabric area than what they had a couple years ago. So I think these stores will be will phasing out within the the next year.

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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    Nov 2007
    SW Iowa
    Wow. Good for you. That's going to keep you busy for a while. Great buy.

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