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June Tailor Batting Poly Low Loft Fusible 81"x 96" Full


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  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B001E5MY40
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #497,875 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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June Tailor Batting is repositionable and fusible....just press! It can be used for machine or hand quilting, and allows you to baste all three layers instantly. No pins, no sprays, and no tacking. Complete instructions included. Poly Low Loft Fusible 81"x 96" Full

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Samya on February 14, 2013
I purchased this because it was a lot cheaper than the other fusible batting. Well, you know the saying, you get what you pay for. When I sandwiched my blocks I notice something that looked like small to medium size water spots on the dark brown side of my block, so I set it aside to see if it would dry and disappear. I thought maybe my iron was leaking and needed to be cleaned (I have one of those self cleaning button), so I cleaned the iron. As I working my way thru 30 blocks the spots has appear on 6 and that is when I stopped. I tried to spot clean one of them and I notice the spot was hard and then I realized it was the glue on the batting that was bleeding thru the fabric. Needless to say I had to re-cut 6 blocks and pray that it didn't bleed thur again.

When I used steam, the fabric did not fuse to the batting. It did a better job when I used a hot dry iron and I had to let it sit in one spot, count to 5 and move to another spot until I had covered the entire block, flip the block over repeat the same for that side - time consuming, yes, and there still were areas wouldn't fuse.

THIS IS MAJOR - I have never been sensitive anything and I don't have any health issues. But I noticed when I was about 20 blocks in I began to cough and it felt like something was in my throat, so breathing in that stuff my be hazardous to your health. Since it's now some 6 or 7 hours later and my throat has cleared up and I know it wasn't a cold coming on, so I definately attribute it to the batting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Carrie P on February 2, 2010
I love fusible batting--so much easier than pinning! However, the June Tailor fusible batting is awful. In my experience, it doesn't fuse uniformly and created big clumps of hard plastic in middle of my quilt. Don't bother with this product!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 7, 2014
I picked up this batting at the Hobby Lobby because it seemed like a quick and easy way to assemble my quilt layers. I followed all of the directions on the packaging but found this to be an absolute nightmare to use. I tried using no steam to just work with the quilt back, which worked okay, though it didn't hold together as strongly as I thought it should. When I then tried to fuse the quilt top on, the back started to come off in places. It got crooked and I had to reposition the whole thing. Even though the directions say you can heat the layers to reposition and then re-fuse, it never seemed to stick after it had been repositioned. I also tried steam, thinking that might help all the layers stick better, but no such luck. Ultimately, I ended up spray basting the whole thing together. What a waste!
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