/acicula193188.html,120",,White,(Twо,Fairfield,80/20,x,Arts, Crafts Sewing , Sewing , Quilting,Quilter's,Pаck),shokelektro.az,King,,120",$40 /acicula193188.html,120",,White,(Twо,Fairfield,80/20,x,Arts, Crafts Sewing , Sewing , Quilting,Quilter's,Pаck),shokelektro.az,King,,120",$40 Fairfield security Quilter's 80 20 King x Pаck 120" Twо White Fairfield security Quilter's 80 20 King x Pаck 120" Twо White $40 Fairfield Quilter's 80/20 King, 120" x 120", White (Twо Pаck) Arts, Crafts Sewing Sewing Quilting $40 Fairfield Quilter's 80/20 King, 120" x 120", White (Twо Pаck) Arts, Crafts Sewing Sewing Quilting

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Fairfield Quilter's 80/20 King, 120" x 120", White (Twо Pаck)

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Fairfield Quilter's 80/20 King, 120" x 120", White (Twо Pаck)

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Quilter's 80/20 is a super-soft, needle punched quilt batting that is preferred by hand quilters because it is very easy to needle and shows stitching definition. Machine quilters love the 80% cotton and 20% polyester blend because machine needles glide through it with ease, and it’s light and airy creating a beautiful drape. The cotton helps create that favored flat traditional look making it the ideal batting for light-weight, year round quilts and throws. The added polyester helps to reduce shrinkage and wrinkles also making it great for clothing and wall hangings. Lightly misted with a polyester bonding with no scrim. Low loft around 1/8” with a quilting distance of 2" - 4", no need for pre-soaking. The 120" x 120" King Size is the ideal size for comforters, duvets and larger projects.

Fairfield Quilter's 80/20 King, 120" x 120", White (Twо Pаck)

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