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  • #16
    eagleclan22 - you need the other kind. It is soft on one side and a layer of plastic-rubbery stuff on inside. It appears to be flimsy but once you get started on it - works like a charm. If you want, put a piece of heavy paper on the underside to firm it up.

    Go back and get the other - might be referred to as waterproof liner. Tell the clerk it is what you use for under the sheets of a crib mattress or like the old lap pads we used to carry in our diaper bags for changing baby.

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    • #17
      The stuff I found has like a flannel like feel on both sides with the rubber in the middle. It has also been used as a protective pad for tables under cloth tablecloths.;)
      "We see it as a desecration not only of a mountain but of our way of life. This is a genocidal issue to us. If they kill this mountain, they kill our way of life." ~Debra White Plume

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      • #18
        i finally bought the right stuff and i think you have it.... when i went no one had all white though so, i ended up with little hands on one side and white on the other but, neither side feels like plastic.... hope this helps........................;)
        ~*~ FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS TAKE HOME UGLY SNAGS ~*~

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        • #19
          :wall: When I saw the title of this thread I thought:Thinking what da heck would this thread be about? I tried to guess before opening it. I thought "Nah, it couldn't be. They wouldn't be talking about a mat to put on your lap for that kind of dance."

          I'm shamed that I was thinking this. :( :Eyepopper :Scared :Blush :wall: :dontknow:

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          • #20
            Hey everybody, I just found that crib sheet material at Meijer and can't wait to try it out. It does seem a bit flimsy by itself, so I think I will try sandwiching some paper inbetween a couple pieces of it. I tried getting a needle through it and it went through very easily. Thanks for the excellent suggestion.

            >>How many of you have used this stuff for making moccs? I would like to try applique beading on some moccs and am thinking about using this stuff. Is it breathable, or will my feet sweat a lot if I use it for moccs?<<

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            • #21
              This works great for mocs - don't have to worry about them stretching out of shape. Breathability is okay. But I use some sort of liner.

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