Monday, March 9, 2015

Best kept secret

For years I have used Hobbs Heirloom Premium Batting for my quilts. We all have our favorites, and I've come to like this brand the best. 

Now what we need to keep under wraps is that this same size batting at the big "JA" store can be a little pricey. I looked online and they are carrying Warm and White for $26.99, and Warm and Natural for $34.99. The price at Michaels for the Hobbs Heirloom QUEEN size batting is regularly $16.99 Whenever "JA" issues a 50% off coupon, I trot on down to Michaels and buy the QUEEN size batting for $8.50. 

Shhhhhhh,............. you didn't hear it from me ;-)

Happy Quilting!

10 comments:

QuiltShopGal said...

You've saved me SEW much money with this tip. Thank you. Best way to use a JA coupon.

QuiltShopGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

JR Bush said...

Do you hand or machine quilt? I'll definitely
try this. Thank you for the tip. Julia

Ruth K said...

It's funny, but that's exactly where I buy mine, although mine it's not that cheap, I live in Canada. But regardless: still a very competitive price.

Crickets Corner said...

Thanks so much for the tip. I'm off to Michaels the next time I have a 50% off coupon from JA. It's going to save me so much money.

MarveLes Art Studios said...

oh yeah!! nice...you're so smart!!

Pamela Boatright said...

Wish I lived near a Michael's! That's so cheap for batting!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Wow! That's a big difference! Good you are "in the know"! blessings ~ tanna
ps I think the idea of living in those temps is heavenly!! ;)

Bonnie said...

And I thought I was being smart by buying it at Hobby Lobby for $19.99 minus the 40% coupon! You're smarter! Thanks for the tip!

Michele said...

Hehehe. I won't tell on you to those in charge(though I'm sure I will be sharing this tip with others). I haven't tried this batting yet but I do have one roll here for a quilt I hope to get on my frame soon.

Allie said...

THANK YOU - I'm going to keep this in mind!!!!!