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Re: Stretch Cloth



At 02:39 PM 4/25/98 -0600, you wrote:
>The stretch cloth I was rferering to is something called Ultra Stretch
>Backlining.  We order it from LBS (Library Binding Service) in Des Moines
>Iowa.  There catalogue lists it as being available sheets or rolls.  The
>sheet price is $1.080 per sheet with 250 sheet  minimum order ($270.00).
>THe sheets are 22"x36".  The rolls are 250-yard legnths and 22"" wide.
>They are priced at $1.020 per yard ($255.00) for 250-500 yards.  The cloth
>is described as being 100% cotton with a thread count of 78 X 76.
>
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>Duncan
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>250 sheet/minimum is out of the question for me; it would take at least 50
years to use it up.  I wonder if a smaller bookbinding supplier would sell
it in smaller quantities.  We could ask Bookmakers/Bookbinder's Warehouse.
Or we can cut a yard of mull into 3 or 4-inch bias strips.  Maybe that's
all "super stretch cloth" is.

Betty


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