|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||720 x 0.6 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||222|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||5/8-Inch by 20-Yards|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PRY-222|
Dritz 222 5/8-Inch by 20-Yard Stitch Witchery, Regular
|Price:||$3.98 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- DRITZ-Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web is regular weight and can be used for hems trims and belts
- Offers the home sewer and crafter new and innovative ways to finish projects neatly and professionally
- Made in United States
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Top Customer Reviews
Plastic wrapping = black magic, Stitch Witchery = white magic. Don't go to the dark side.
I used it on a silky feeling polyester dress shirt.
Turned up the iron as high as it would go (linen setting)
Use a wet/very damp (not just damp) press cloth
Press for at least 20 seconds
Once I figured out how to make the damn stuff actually melt by using the above instructions, this worked great. I used it to hem a pair of curtains.
My second curtain came out great the first try and here is what worked for me: sprayed with water from the iron, used cotton heat setting, held for 15 seconds, and I held an additional 10 seconds on the corners. Then do the other side and be sure not to check on it until it's completely cooled.
Good luck! Once you figure it out it's very easy to use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product does not work. It has NO adhesive side and so it can not be ironed because it does not stay in place. Total trash!!Published 4 days ago by Thomas
I don't have a sewing machine and use this to hem anything from curtains to pants. I always carry a roll with me when I travel.Published 5 days ago by Linny
Worked as expected. I had found a tiny hole in my favorite dress pants. Cut a small piece of cloth from the cuff hem, put it over the inside of the hole, and ironed fusible tape... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kerry
Doesn't work! I followed the directions carefully and spent 2 hours trying to hem a lightweight linen curtain. It ddn't bond a single inch! Don't waste your time and moneyPublished 12 days ago by caitlin
This tape is okay. You get a lot in one roll, which is good. However, I often felt like I had to fry the material with my iron to get it to stick properly. Read morePublished 12 days ago by aogund2