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    Polyester Loft rolls?

    I made an ad on Craigslist under the "Wanted" spot for some fleece and someone messaged me with this:

    "Hi, I have some polyester loft rolls that are bagged (the type that you purchase where there is enough in a package for a quilt.) I think there are two in my sewing closet for a size queen quilt and one for a full/queen size quilt."


    If this like fleece? What is it?

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    Re: Polyester Loft rolls?

    No, it's the fluffy material that goes between the two cloth layers of a quilt. The only thing you could use it for is making cushions or cuddle sacks, but even then it won't work well, and it's dangerous if they chew it.

    If you're for fleece, it's definitely not a substitute.

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    Re: Polyester Loft rolls?

    Okay, got it. Thanks!!!

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