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    Beginning Stitcher

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    Question Coasters - what type of batting do you use?

    I want to make coasters, but am unsure as to what type of batting to use? Do you use a standard batting, like Warm and Natural (the regular kind, since they are not microwaved), or do you use Insulbrite? I want them to be sufficiently absorbent and not ruin furniture. I don't know if the insulbrite would make a difference.

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    Default Re: Coasters - what type of batting do you use?

    I make tons of coasters and mug rugs for my home and family. I use batting scraps, warm and natural. I have never ruined any wood surfaces, they hold great!

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    Default Re: Coasters - what type of batting do you use?

    Totally agree with Monofmonsters here. I make them by the dozens and use batting scraps.....never have any problems with ruining furniture.

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