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Pressing Dauber Issue 120

BarbSewAndSew | Posted in Feedback on Threads on

In the current issue ( pg. 14 )…just wondering why the pressing dauber is made of wool. I love wool but since moving to a warm climate my stash is mostly cotton and linen. Barbara

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  1. CarolFresia | | #1

    The reason a dauber is made of wool is probably (we're just surmising) that wool has exactly the right absorbant properties. It'll soak up a nice load of water and release it without dripping and dribbling along the way. Wool rarely gets sodden and flat the way cotton or linen does.

    Carol

    1. BarbSewAndSew | | #2

      Thanks Carol ! Barbara

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