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Quilters Dream Wool Batting - 100% Wool - Double 93" x 96"

Quilters Dream Wool Batting - 100% Wool - Double 93" x 96"
US$ 38.75 / each

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93" x 96" - Double Size

Quilters Dream Wool batting is light, luxurious and wonderfully warm with a lovely soft loft that beautifully accentuates your quilting. Made with a blend of fine domestic and merino wool, this dreamy batting is uniquely processed to create exceptionally soft drape, uniformity, and strength, ensuring that your quilts will be treasured for generations. Resistant to creases and naturally resilient, Quilters Dream Wool springs back to the original loft. Excellent for hand and machine quilting. Quilter's Dream Wool Batting, Size double 96" x 93". 100% wool with polyester for thermal bonding. Finished quilt can be machine washed and dried with little or no shrinkage. Stitches up to 8" apart. No scrim or resins.
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