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I would have corrected her as well.
I paid $160 for a roll of Hobbs 80/20 of 120" wide and 30 yards at the quilt shop in Zanesville OH.
Sounds like you got a very good deal, and enough batting to last for a few weeks.
LOL on the 'oops' comment, and that clerk might look a little closer the next time she's adding up a purchase. I'd bet your conscience would've really been nagging you, if you hadn't questioned the price!
Thanks for the update, Sue.
Wow! That's a fantastic buy!
Sue in IL
Wrap a quilt around it and stand it in a corner of a room somewhere
I buy Nature's Touch 80/20 w/scrim by the bolt 90" x 20 yrs, on overstock.com. I never pay more than $80 with a coupon, and free shipping. It's a good weight and perfect price for charity quilts.
Doing Charity quilts can be costly.. lol