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    Missouri Star

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    Default Stonehenge question

    Can anybody tell me if the Stonehenge line is a type of batik? I quilt by hand and batiks are a bit hard to needle. Stonehenge looks like batiks but the description doesn't say either way. I might want to order some for a quilt back but not if it is batik. Thanks.
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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    No, Stonehenge is not batik.
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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    No it is not.

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    The Guild President

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    Not bad to hand quilt.

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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    Not a batik. The fabric has a nice hand. It does seem thicker than regular quilting fabric but a very nice fabric.

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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    I used some Stonehenge fabrics from my stash on the Bordered 9-P quilt I just finished. I haven't posted the pics yet. It seems to be a very nice cotton, but slightly thicker than some fabrics. Definitely not batiks.

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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    Agree with the others, it is 'thicker' than a typical quilt cotton. It's a nice fabric to work with.
    Heather

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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    One of my favorites, I believe their slogan is "cotton that feels like silk"

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    I love Stonehenge fabrics, they are printed cotton. They are constantly coming out with new prints that take their form from nature. I use it a lot in quilts and bags.

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    Default Re: Stonehenge question

    Not a batik and a lovely quality of cotton.

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