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  • BATTING by the ROLL help!

    I am at the end of my giant Warm & Natural 80/20 Needled Cotton batting roll.
    I got this one a few yrs. ago at a Quilt Expo, and now having trouble finding it. I have been all over internet, and many websites, but not many are the 96" wide (usually 30-50 yds. long), AND I need it to be the same - which allows quilting up to 10" apart!! If anyone knows WHERE these are sold - I'd love a heads up! Thanks!

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    Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

    JoAnns carries Warm and Natural by the roll. You have to order it online though. Go check their website. They sell it in 45" wide and 90" wide. It does say can be quilted 10" apart.

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    • #3
      Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

      I get my rolls from Joann.

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        If you can use a 90" wide roll instead of 96" outstanding value from walmart. I use this batting all the time. With the scrim it is very sturdy. Quilting 10" apart

        https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pellon-E-...-Roll/52996330
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        • #5
          Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

          Originally posted by DeniseSm View Post
          If you can use a 90" wide roll instead of 96" outstanding value from walmart. I use this batting all the time. With the scrim it is very sturdy. Quilting 10" apart

          https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pellon-E-...-Roll/52996330
          I prefer Pellon to W&N.

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          • #6
            Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

            LindasElectric Quilters has the Hobbs 80/20 96", 30 yd rolls, but the quilting is 4 inches apart. They all have a 100% cotton which is 8-10 inches apart. You can always ask if they can send you a sample.

            http://www.longarmsupplies.net/hobbs...ngbatting.aspx

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              Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

              THANKS TO ALL! GOT IT TAKEN CARE OF!

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              • #8
                Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

                Originally posted by quiltsRfun View Post
                I prefer Pellon to W&N.
                Overstock.com has pellon batting. I don't remember the size or the name of the product, though.

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                • #9
                  Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

                  I have had good luck with batting by the roll from joanns.
                  stay away from walmart batting. the last foot and a half is taped and glued to itself as well as the tube, leaving that part useless.
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                  • #10
                    Re: BATTING by the ROLL help!

                    I order directly from BATT-MART. Don't know if they have the brand you're looking for because I use Quilter's Dream, but their prices cut out the middle man.

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