The folks at Seattle Fabrics don't seem to have a great deal of technical knowledge about the fabrics that backpackers are interested in. In their defense, though, I think it's pretty much understood that fabric stores don't take back cut fabric. If they did, I could take back that "smoke" colored wicking fabric that looked gray in the store but had a distinct lavender cast out in the sun. I've been tricked by fleece, too. Moral: always take it over by the window. I guess I'll be getting in touch with my feminine side, in a stinky, wicking sort of way <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

I just looked at Seattle Fabrics' web site, and they don't actually have quilted Primaloft One listed.

Edited by billk (02/18/08 10:25 PM)