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    Have any of you used this product to sandwich your quilts?
    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...-basting-spray
    I refuse to use June Tailor since they changed the formula and have not yet found one I really like.
    Thanks, Beth
    One yard of fabric, like one cookie, is never enough!

    Beth aka Asta

    #2
    I've used that one. I've probably used most of them honestly. I don't remember having any issues with it. I would jusy pay attention to ounces to price. Some are alot for nothing.

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      #3
      I don't know about that one but I have used the 505 spray a lot.

      https://www.hobbylobby.com/Fabric-Se...ive/p/80827696
      Vonnie

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        #4
        I love 505, it's just hard to find sometimes. June Tailor isn't great on any of her products, at least not in the past.

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          #5
          I use no quilting spray products. I'm leary about using them in the house due to our gas furnace & gas HWH. I do it the old way using pins to baste.

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          • Maria Sews
            Maria Sews commented
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            I have a gas furnace, HWH, fireplace and range. I've been using 505 for basting for the past six years and have never had a problem.

          #6
          aerosols are terrible migraine triggers, like Joy I like my old fashioned pins. The closet I get to glue any thing is the glue sticks from the dollar store

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            #7
            Never tried it so nothing to say about it ... but I also use 505. Agree, hard to find at times but have never had a problem. I can usually catch it on sale somewhere.

            Depending on which site you go to the reviews for the Sullivan's spray are either 5 star - and then one site has it rated 3 star. I believe Joann's carrys both so you can "coupon it."

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              #8
              As I said before use water soluble thread, no fumes to worry about
              Kathryn
              There are moments which mark your life, moments when you realize nothing will ever be the same. And time is divided into two parts, Before this and After this

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                #9
                This is the only spray I use for quilting or machine embroidery. It's easy to work with and you just use a light spray. It has the approval of the LQS owners that work on our machines.

                https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...iABEgKZ5vD_BwE

                Info here

                https://www.sulky.com/catalog/items/...spray-adhesive

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                • Mimi_Howard
                  Mimi_Howard commented
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                  I use the sulky too. I have tried others, but either I end up with a migraine or find myself reaching for my enhaler.

                • nativetexan
                  nativetexan commented
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                  I may change to Sulky too. when i run out of 505. order before last the can had a faulty spray nozzle. kept coming off all the time.
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