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Thread: Warm Bond 80/20

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    Have any of you used this for maching quilting and did you like it? The label says "warm Bond ,thermally bonded cotton batting, 80/20 bonded quilt batting made without glues or resins."

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    Someone did post about using Warm and Bond by the Warm and Natural co. They said they liked it. I have used the Hobbs 80/20 fusible that you do with your iron and I like it. If I ever see the Warm and Bond I would really like to try it too.

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    I use Warm & White by Warm & Natural; not sure if this is the same thing. It's light weight, really easy to machine or handquilt through. It's listed as 80/20, no scrim, glues or resins.

    I like this because it doesn't get "crinkly" after washing-I like my quilts and wall hangings flat.

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    I am going to have to try some, I am curious too :D:D:D

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