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Thread: fuiseable batting Fairfield Fusi-Boo Bamboo Fusible Batting-

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    fuiseable batting Fairfield Fusi-Boo Bamboo Fusible Batting-

    Anyone have any experience with this product?

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    Not with the fusible. I used it 30 years ago and I wasn't impressed with the quality of the batting.
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    I used Fusi-Boo in a wallhanging and in a baby quilt. It was a pain to get it unfolded, but I persevered. I wouldn't use it for any quilt that's bigger than baby size. The batting itself is fairly thin, and got nice and soft and crinkly after I washed my quilts.

    You need to really steam it well to get it to stick. I tried to use it again on a 3rd quilt but I couldn't get it to fuse, even though it was fine for the other 2 quilts.
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    I have used this batting for rag quilts and baby quilts, it worked well for smaller projects. You need a larger layout area for a larger quilt.

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