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Thread: Batting Super Sale

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    Super Member BSKTLOFR-QUILTER's Avatar
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    Batting Super Sale

    Has anybody ordered from battingsupersale.com and if so, what has been your experience? Thanks for your input.

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    No problems at all, great prices
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    I've ordered from them too - no problems.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    yes---one of their local reps is fairly near to me and I ordered when she first started--no problems. Prices seem pretty good but I can actually go to her shop and pick it up so don't like paying shipping.

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    Whoops, delete.
    Nobody ever went wrong with kindness.

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    Thanks to all. I just placed my first order. Quiltingshorttimer, I wish I had somebody close to me as you do. I don't like S&H either. If it's not free I usually don't order. I live a ways from town so sometimes it's cheaper to pay S&H. Something is going on with Jo-Ann's which makes Warm and Natural harder to get, even online. I'll try this route and see how it goes.

    Everybody keep safe and calm during this holiday season.

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    I have never ordered from them but thanks for the link!

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    Joanns stopped selling Warm batting awhile ago. You can order it from Amazon or Walmart, usually for the same price. I recently ordered a bolt of Warm & White from Amazon and had to send it back twice since they kept sending Warm & Natural. Reordered it from Walmart and got it for the same price, free shipping and 3 days earlier that their estimated arrival date.

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    I’m curious if any of you purchased their Stitch In Time Batting, and if so, how do you feel about the quality. I really like Dream Cotton and. warm & Natural and Warm and White.

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    I've gotten a roll of Stitch in Time and while the price is terrific, I find it rather flat. But not linty. I use it for my charity stuff as I like more loft.

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