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Thread: Looking for batting deal...???

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    I buy Warm and Natural by the bolt. Comes to $240 with delivery but it's 90" wide and 40 yards on the bolt. www.thewarmcompany.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by pocoellie
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    should be battmart.com with the extra dot it takes you elsewhere. Battmart is a site that has links to other sites

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    I usually buy a whole roll at Joanns when I can get it 50% off

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    I went to the Hobby Lobby site and for some reason after entering the on line shopping......I can't get to the pages of fabric. What do I need to do to shop batting and fabric???? Thanks everyone.
    Stay safe..
    Jean

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    Do you have a sales/use tax number? If so check out www.quiltedmemoriesllc.com; Hobbs Bonded Fibers in Waco, Tx; or Haiks in Springfield, MO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JS
    I went to the Hobby Lobby site and for some reason after entering the on line shopping......I can't get to the pages of fabric. What do I need to do to shop batting and fabric???? Thanks everyone.
    Stay safe..
    Jean
    Jean,
    after going onto the site and getting the coupon code, it will bring you to a page with all their fancy stuff on it. In the upper left is a search bar, search for "batting" and it will bring you to the batting page. It will automatically add coupon code when you purchase.

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    I buy Warm & Natural at Jo-Ann's. Last time it was on sale for $5.99/yd for the 90" width and believe me, I stocked up. If it is not on sale when I need it I make sure that I use a 40% or 50% off coupon. I am a bargain hunter and this is the best place I've found for this batting brand.

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    Thank you everyone !
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    I got a bolt of 20yds at $5.99/yard at Hancock's last week.

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    Thanks for all the sugestions, I will keep them all in mind and this gives me more options to hunt for a good price.
    I am fairly new to this site and just have a great time reading and sharing , Thanks again

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    I bought my batting from this place: http://www.heartbeatquilting.com/battingmuslin.html

    I got the 80/20, 108" roll; that's enough batting to last me for a good long time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    Joanns either when it is on sale for 50% off or use a coupon
    That's what I do too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    I usually purchace on line from JoAnns using a 40 or 50% off coupon and have a whole 40 yd roll shipped directly to my doorstop.
    Do they take the 50% off the whole roll or just the first yard. I've had some questions about this in the store.

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    I've always gotten it off of however much I was buying - never buy just one yard, but never a whole roll, etiher.

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    I order 50 yds at a time from JoAnns.com using 50% of coupon and often get free shipping.
    Evelyn

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    Has Connecting Threads price on batting gone up? I usually buy it on sale at Joann's, but I've bought it from Connecting Threads before (to get my order into the "free shipping" $$$ category).

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    I recently took advantage of a Hancock sale and got Warm and Natural at 50% off. They had White and Natural at that same sale price.

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    Fabricdepot.com has 50% off Warm 'n White and Warm 'n Natural in all sizes. Don't know about the shipping costs, tho.

    Sue

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    special thanks Purplemem !!!!!!!!!
    Jean

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    I buy it at Joann's either when it's on sale or with the coupons. Did you know that you can sign up as a guild member if you have your membership card and get a card that is an additional 10% off your total purchase? I use that too.

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    I buy from kingsmen quilting ---80-20 for $95.00 aroll --the shipping says $70 but it is never that high--they also sell signature thread for a good price

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    thanks for all of the comments on this thread, we learn from others

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    Wow! Good to know about Guild membership. Thanks!

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    I buy it by the 30 yard roll from Linda's electic quilting and this last roll I got over 13 quilts different sizes and I figured the cost to be around $6 per quilt.

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    I wished I could afford batting. It is so expensive. Sorry I can't help. God bless. Penny

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