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Hobbs Heirloom Batting - 100% Organic Cotton - 96" Wide

Hobbs Heirloom Batting - 100% Organic Cotton - 96" Wide
US$ 17.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$8.98

100% Organic Cotton Batting - 96" Wide - By the Yard

Heirloom® Organic is grown without chemicals and pesticides and is the only cotton batting manufactured and USDA certified as "100% Organic". It is designed by Harriet Hargrave for quilters that want a soft drapeable batting with a traditional look. This premium batting is needlepunched for additional strength, quilts magnificently by hand or machine and allows quilting up to 4" apart. Once quilted, it is completely washable and will shrink 3-5% like all cotton batting. 96" wide, organic 100% cotton batting, from The Heirloom Collection by Hobbs. Manufactured in the United States and sold by the yard.
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