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Thread: Thermore batting

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    Thermore batting

    Have you ever used Thermore batting for a wall-hanging?
    If so, what do you think? Does it hold well? Or would I be
    better off to keep using Pellon?

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    Thats pretty much all I use. Stays flatter than quilt batting

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    it's poly so it should be fine. thin batting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy View Post
    Have you ever used Thermore batting for a wall-hanging?
    If so, what do you think? Does it hold well? Or would I be
    better off to keep using Pellon?
    I use that for table runners, placemats and wallwarmers. No problem at all

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    Thank you for all your replies.

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