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sarahd27
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Date: 3/30/11 12:31 PM

Does anyone have a fusible batting or fleece to recommend? Also, an online source would be great.

I have this panel to make a car playmat for my toddler. I would really like to make this a super quick and eay project by using a double sided fusible batting or fleece instead of quilting. I love quilting but just would rather not spend the time on this project, you know?

A fusible that doesn't wash out would be preferable - do they make those in batting/fleece?

I've used fusible web, etc. for applique but never batting.

Thanks!

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Date: 3/30/11 2:31 PM

If you want to make it REALLY quick & easy - go to your local JoAnns or whatever and buy a piece of pre-quilted, pre-batted (is that a word??) cotton in a matching color. Then you just have to sew it on 3 sides, turn it right side out, sew the last side shut and done.

JoAnn's quilted fabric, comes in assorted colors

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