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Pacafil Batting - 50% Alpaca/50% Cotton - Natural - 90" Wide

Pacafil Batting - 50% Alpaca/50% Cotton - Natural - 90" Wide
US$ 15.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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Product Total:

US$7.98

Natural - 90" Wide - By the Yard

Alpaca fibers are the finest fibers in the world, hypoallergenic and eight times warmer than sheep's wool. The batting is needlepunched to prevent bearding and shifting. It quilts great by machine or hand and allows quilting up to 8 inches apart. Manufacturer recommends no prewashing or dry cleaning. Wash finished quilt with a gentle detergent by hand. Use cool water only and lay flat to dry. Quilt can be fluffed in a warm (not hot) dryer when nearly dry. Expect up to 2% shrinkage after first washing. 90" wide, Pacafil Alpaca Quilt Batting, 50% Alpaca/ 50% cotton. As a natural product, this batting contains occasional vegetable matter that does not affect the performance of this wonderfully warm batting.
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