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    pellon for tee shirt quilt

    I have used my last bolt of pellon for the tee shirt quilts I make. I have had this for some time and can not find the one I use, Can someone tell me what pellon they are using? End of bolt has 44FPKG10.I know where I purchased this but they may have changed the numbers on this.I wanted to order from internet therefore I can not touch, I like the thinner pellon, so I need numbers to order.

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    I have no idea but I bet there is someone here that does.
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    The Best Interfacing for Awesome T-Shirt Quilts | Mostcraft
    https://www.mostcraft.com/best-inter...t-shirt-quilts

    The Best Interfacing for Awesome T-Shirt Quilts. by Sarah Miller ... June Tailor T-Shirt Interfacing; Pellon 906F Fusible; Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex. ... For another sewing machine-safe interfacing, consider this Pellon 906F Fusible. Perfect for lightweight or sheer fabrics, it’s non-woven and ultra-lightweight…

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    Pellon 911FF is what I use.
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    My friend Cindi has made several and she uses Pellon 906F.

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    Thanks to all, for the info.

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    my first choice is the woven Stay Flex (if you can order in 54" widths it means less waste) and my second "go-to" is Pellon 911 F

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