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Old 11-22-2002, 11:47 PM   #7
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Beardancer -- Hancocks Fabric Store carries it, you buy it buy the yard and it is usually kept with the interfacings materials. Tell the clerk it is used for a waterproof mat between the sheet and mattress. Back in the day we used smaller squares as a "lap pad" for changing diapers.

Hope it helps -- runs about $10 - $12 yard but is extremely wide. I would be interested in helpi ng you if no one else is. PM if you would like.
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