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Re: Has anyone used Fairfield 80/20 batting 16 May 2011 19:55 #64770

Drat....didn't want to hear this Eileen, but thank you for the warning. I think I might either use a warm n natural I have or else order Quilter's dream batting. If the quilt was for me, I would use it but not for this since it is for my daughter.
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Re: Has anyone used Fairfield 80/20 batting 16 May 2011 19:50 #64768

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I used it a couple of years ago and had nothing but problems. I won't use it for my own quilts and I won't accept it from my customers. it was thin in places and very clumpy in others.

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Re: Has anyone used Fairfield 80/20 batting 16 May 2011 18:10 #64761

Thanks, Magnus...I was hoping to hear this. It makes sense...I have heard of the brand forever and never heard anything negative.
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Re: Has anyone used Fairfield 80/20 batting 16 May 2011 17:55 #64756

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I have used it and had no problems with it. Machine quilted quite nicely. The advantage of the 20% synthetic is that the batting has less memory once folded for a long time and therefore your quilts do not look as creased if they have been tucked away for a long time. Good luck!
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Has anyone used Fairfield 80/20 batting 16 May 2011 16:08 #64742

I have a quilt top I need to get quilted for my daughter. I have a Fairfield 80/20 batting I can use...I plan to machine quilt. Has anyone had good or bad experience with this batting?
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