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    Where is the best price online??? Thanks in advance!

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    I just used a 40% coupon from JoAnns and got a 40 yard bolt for $207 after shipping.

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    I always get mine from JoAnn's with a 50% off coupon

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    Watch the Joann's ads if you don't want to buy online. The best deal is when they have the queen sized packaged warm n natural for $9.99! It's the equivalent of 3 yards off the bolt. Packaged batting can be pretty wrinkly though. To get the wrinkles out, spritz it with water and put in the dryer for a few minutes. No ironing necessary! :) As for the bolt prices in the store, they often have for $5.99 or a little less if it's 50% off. The bolts are 90" wide.

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    I always buy from Joanns online when it's 1/2 price. Sometimes I can get free shipping too.
    There shipping is quick when you order. Have never had any complaints with them.

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    I, too, use 50% coupons and buy the 40 yards - I have been able to even get a whole roll from the store!! Online is better - do it from home!! And free shipping usually on an order that large!

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    Goggle quilt batting and you'll get several places, with reasonable prices.

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    My sis and I just bought a bolt online from JoAnn's

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    Thanks!!! I didn't know you could get coupons online from Joannes!!! I just got a whole bolt for 50% off!!!! YIKES!!! I feel rich!

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    I always get mine from JoAnn's with a 50% off coupon :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riversong
    Thanks!!! I didn't know you could get coupons online from Joannes!!! I just got a whole bolt for 50% off!!!! YIKES!!! I feel rich!

    Good for you!
    It's so nice to have it on hand when you're ready to use it.
    Right now, I have 2 bolts of Warm & White and 1 bolt of Warm & Natural. :D I'm set for a few years!

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    I'm a happy camper!!! I don't have any place to shop within 95 miles,so it has to be on line.

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    Right after Thanksgiving JoAnn's usually has a 50% off on batting, and at the same time they run some other promotion that can be combined with the batting sale. It is not always clear from the ad, or from the web site, that the bolts are on sale, so you may need to call and place the order in person. I got a bolt of each this year for 50% off, then also used a 10% off coupon, and then got free shipping, which I hadn't been expecting. How great is that!

    Mine came to an average of $3.25 per yard. Since W&W is more expensive than W&N, it would have been even less per yard if I had only wanted W&N. I just wish they carried wider than 90" in the bolts.

    Forgot to say, if you have an AQS membership, you could use that 10% off combined with any 50% off batting sale and not wait for Thanksgiving!

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    Can you tell me the differences between Warm and White and Warm and Natural? I'm only familiar with the latter.

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    Warm and White is white in color, Warm and Natural is the ecru-type color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster
    Forgot to say, if you have an AQS membership, you could use that 10% off combined with any 50% off batting sale and not wait for Thanksgiving!
    This also works if you are a member of Creative Home Arts Club. I always feel special when I pull out that extra 10% off card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flikkem
    Can you tell me the differences between Warm and White and Warm and Natural? I'm only familiar with the latter.
    warm and white feels a little softer to me, I like use it for baby quilts.

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    I use a 50% coupon or buy it on sale at 50% off at JoAnns online. I buy a whole bolt and have it shipped to my front door!

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    my vote goes to Jo ann fabrics

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    I recently learned that Warm & Natural is the tan color because it has sm. wood fibers in it. I guess the white one has less wood in it. That must be why W&N is so heavy. Pat

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    I recently learned that Warm & Natural is the tan color because it has sm. wood fibers in it. I guess the white one has less wood in it. That must be why W&N is so heavy. Pat

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    Joann has a free shipping coupon for online orders

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    repeat dido JoAnn's on a coupon, a bolt at a time

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    Do you mean if I am a Creative Home Arts member I can get an additional 10% off anything, even if it's on sale. I feel so dumb I didn't realize that. I've been missing out! :roll:

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