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Hobbs Tuscany Batting - 90% Silk/10% Poly - Throw 60" x 60"

Hobbs Tuscany Batting - 90% Silk/10% Poly - Throw 60" x 60"
US$ 22.95 / each


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90% Silk / 10% Poly - 60" x 60" Throw Size

Tuscany silk bonded batting is made from fine, pure, imported silk filaments to which 10% polyester has been added. Because of silk’s natural ability to breathe, it is an excellent choice for airy, lightweight quilts and garments. This premium batting quilts magnificently by hand or machine and allows quilting up to 3 1/2" apart. Developed by Harriet Hargrave for the discriminating quilter. Washing instructions: hand wash in tepid water and line dry; it may shrink up to 5%. Carded, resin bonded, and breathes naturally. 60" x 60", 90% Silk, 10% fine polyester blend batting, from The Tuscany Collection by Hobbs. Manufactured in the United States and sold by the yard.
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