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Snappiable fabrics?

If I want to try making some snappiable dipes for DS (and the bean), what should I be using for the outer fabric? I was thinking cotton interlock and/or cotton jersey...will they work?

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Really? Three days later and not one response? Please?
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Re: Snappiable fabrics?

Well, the jersey should work. Do you own a Snappi? Then what I would do is test it out! Take it with you to the fabric store and try snagging some material with it. =)
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Terry will work, either french or loop.
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Terry will work, either french or loop.
Thanks, Jeanne! I was also thinking of the cottons, since you have a ton of cute ones. They'd work well too, right? As long as I'm not trying to use a woven?
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Re: Snappiable fabrics?

yep...cotton knits work great. i find they give a good fit that is snug but allows room to grow
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Yepper!
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