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    On Freezer paper... can you buy rolls of it that are advertized here and other places? : http://www.pospaper.com/15freezer.html

    Just thought it might be best to buy a large roll than sheets???

    Thanks,

    Sharon

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    I will check back tomorrow,,, it's past my bedtime!! Goodnight everyone!

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    I have gotten it in sheets and in rolls from the grocery store. The roll on the website would probably last me for 30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAROLJ
    I have gotten it in sheets and in rolls from the grocery store. The roll on the website would probably last me for 30 years.
    You got that right! :P 1000 feet? Dang!

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    I get it at the grocery store, they sell it in rolls the same size as a roll of waxed paper or saran wrap. Works fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watson's mom
    I get it at the grocery store, they sell it in rolls the same size as a roll of waxed paper or saran wrap. Works fine for me.
    I agree!! I think I am on my 8th roll, and I buy the big ones!!

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    I buy my from the grocery store too :D:D:D

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    grocery store sounds like a better way to buy

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    I get from the grocery store too and have used at least 6 or 7 or SO Usefull for a lot of crafts not just sewing and marking quilts to quilt

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    I read in an Australian Quilting Mag some where, that in Autralia you can only buy freezer paper in sheets from quilting stores not in rolls from the super market! I must admit I have not seen it on my local supermarket shelf here in NZ either! I must look further into this, as it seems to have many good uses!

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    I usually get mine from the grocery. I wonder if Sam's Club has a bigger roll, but not quite as big as the one you're showing?

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    Grocery store for me too.

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    I use and buy both, the roll from grocery store and the sheets. I prefer the sheets to put in the printer, they don't roll up. I like the 8.5 x 11 sheets, do have a package of 11 x 14 ordered by mistake.

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    I got a roll at the supermarket that was 18 inches by 150 feet. Most out there are 15 inches wide.

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    Laughing! I suppose I don't need the one on the link! I did look in the grocery store and could not find it.. maybe I didn't look hard enough! Off to check that out! Thank You all for your replies to my question.

    Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualbernie
    Quote Originally Posted by CAROLJ
    I have gotten it in sheets and in rolls from the grocery store. The roll on the website would probably last me for 30 years.
    You got that right! :P 1000 feet? Dang!
    Hi Bernie,

    Just saw that you too are from Maryland! Where bouts? Annapolis area here.

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    I buy it from the grocery store in a roll. When I needed to print on fabric, I bought the precut sheets and ironed them onto my fabric.

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    I got mine at Walmart.

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    I just went to the grocery store and found it with the wax paper! Got it! You do say though that the sheets are better to use in the printer eh?? I have not found them in Joann's .. maybe the one quilt shop may have the sheets. Not sure when I will use it , put I am sure I will find an opportunity to do so before long! Seems I have saved several links to using it for appliqueing.. Well Thanks again for your help.

    Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseOfsharon
    I just went to the grocery store and found it with the wax paper! Got it! You do say though that the sheets are better to use in the printer eh?? I have not found them in Joann's .. maybe the one quilt shop may have the sheets. Not sure when I will use it , put I am sure I will find an opportunity to do so before long! Seems I have saved several links to using it for appliqueing.. Well Thanks again for your help.

    Sharon
    I found the sheets in Walmart--look there. I just use the rolls though.

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    I buy mine at the grocery store, then cut them and run them through the printer. I figure if I can run photo paper I can run freezer paper. Like them better than the precut sheets, and way cheaper. I paid $9.00 for a package of 30 at LQS and they don't stick to the fabric as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fun2quilt
    I buy mine at the grocery store, then cut them and run them through the printer. I figure if I can run photo paper I can run freezer paper. Like them better than the precut sheets, and way cheaper. I paid $9.00 for a package of 30 at LQS and they don't stick to the fabric as well.
    :thumbup:

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    grocery store, plastic wrap section...big blue box of freezer paper...18 " wide, my box says 75 square feet (16+yds) and it cost $4.49...
    i could not function in my sewing room without a box of freezer paper :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushandthimble
    I use and buy both, the roll from grocery store and the sheets. I prefer the sheets to put in the printer, they don't roll up. I like the 8.5 x 11 sheets, do have a package of 11 x 14 ordered by mistake.
    where do you buy the sheets?

    thanks

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    I should have kept reading before writing the above....question answered!!!!!

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