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Thread: Need batting?

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    Need batting?


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    Thanks for posting that
    Patrice S

    Bernina Artista 180, Singer 301a, Featherweight Centennial, Rocketeer, Juki 2200 QVP Mini, White 1964 Featherweight

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    I’ve only ever purchased Hobbs or W&N by the roll...is Quilters Dream better?
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Wow...see the cost of that wool? I wish!

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    I recently found a white heavy flannel piece at a thrift store for $1. It is big enough to use as batting for two nice sized baby quilts or a double size quilt. I will use flannel or minky for the backing on these quilts so I think it should work well as batting. Love shopping at thrift stores.

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    Thanks - I used to get batting by the roll locally, but the place went out of business this summer. Placed an order for a queen roll and a case of 4 king size. That should keep my in batting for the year.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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