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    DIY insulated curtain liners! Insul-Bright Mylar/Poly batting by the yard. $4.25/yard, 45" wide (usually for hobby kitchen mitts and pot-holders)

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    • J.J. Johnson

      DIY insulated curtain liners! Insul-Bright Mylar/Poly batting by the yard. $4.25/yard, 45" wide (usually for hobby kitchen mitts and pot-holders)

    • Karin Pudenz

      For making potholders

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