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Quilters Dream Poly Select Batting - BLACK - 92" Wide

Quilters Dream Poly Select Batting - BLACK - 92" Wide
US$ 9.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$4.98

Black - 92" Wide - Select Loft - By the Yard

Exclusive special blend of the newest / fine polyester microfibers, no resins or plastic scrim to resist your needles, your needles will glide smoothly through this fine consistent batt. So soft and warm - drapes beautifully, high "wicking" fiber, breathable and comfortable. Stitches up to 8" apart, excellent for tied quilts, very low shrinkage, no prewashing, colorfast. Finished quilt may be gently machine washed and dried, quick drying and resistant to wrinkling. 100% made in USA. 92" wide Quilters Dream Select Poly, midnight black polyester batting. Select Poly Midloft is perfect for hand and machine quilting. Dream Poly has a very soft hand, exceptional drape, breathability and comfort, surpassing all other polyester batts. You will feel the difference!
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