What is the difference between scrapbook fibers and embrodiary floss?

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  1. Spinning

    Spinning <font color=deeppink>Give me a chunk of something

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    Just wondering. I was in ACM and wondered back to the floss section saw some sparkling stuff so much cheaper....is it the same stuff? I wonder about all the "fibers" out there the twine, is it the same as I can by at the hardware store? Looks the same....
     
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  3. RRBB

    RRBB <font color=3333FF>I think I'm in the mood for Ton

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    I'm guessing it's the same stuff. Just marketed different so they can charge scrapbookers more. (I could be wrong though.)
     
  4. crazyforpooh

    crazyforpooh <font color=FF6600>Proud American who loves her li

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    at Wal-Mart today the same as at AC Moore but $3.00 cheaper. I am going to put some stuff lay away
     
  5. rvoto

    rvoto My DH built me a scraproom with his very own hands

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    I was at acmoore I posteed a note about the cost difference. No one seemed to interested. I was thrilled I do think its the same.
     
  6. PamCo88

    PamCo88 Finally going Back!!

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    When I hear Fibers, I think of a yarn type material that has "stuff" coming out of it, making it all fuzzy. Floss and twine are the same stuff people have been using for years in many different types of crafts. From what I hear, all can be used in scrapbooks.
     

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