- This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive
- It uses a low temperature and short pressing time so it allows for a wider range of materials that can be bonded
- Its no-sew bond is three times stronger than any other traditional fusible web
Thermoweb 17-Inch by 5-1/4-Yard Heat'n Bond Lite Iron-on Adhesive
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|EAN||0707004376017 , 6174490345522 , 0680809392591 , 0000943352518 , 0086006455976|
|Item Weight||7.68 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||By The Yard|
|UPC||000943352518 , 086006455976 , 707004376017 , 680809392591|
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This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive. It uses a low temperature and short pressing time so it allows for a wider range of materials that can be bonded. There is no steam or pressing cloth needed. Will not lift or pucker after washing. Its no-sew bond is three times stronger than any other traditional fusible web. Lite hold works best with delicate and lightweight fabrics. This package contains one 5-1/2yd roll of 17in wide adhesive. Made in USA.
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Fast forward over a month and my daughter said she wanted a Wonder Woman costume. I sat down with the fabric, and a printed copy of the Wonder Woman logo and tried to figure out how I was going to sew the gold logo on the front of her costume, keeping everything aligned correctly. After a discussion with my boyfriend that included him asking if I thought I could glue it on (no, a glue stick wouldn't hold on spandex), I remembered I had the Heat'n Bond. I dug it out, read the instructions and figured I'd give it a try.
I first used an iron-on stabilizer on the right side of the gold spandex material. I'd traced the Wonder Woman onto the iron-on stabilizer. Then, I cut along the outside outline of the logo. Next, I ironed the first side of the Heat'n Bond on the back of the logo, then I carefully cut out each of the logo pieces. I even cut out the inner line piece carefully (where the red shows on the photo) and saved that. I peeled the paper back off the Heat'n Bond for the four pieces that make up the logo. I placed all the pieces on the red top, including the inner line piece, as that helped the other pieces keep their places (I left the paper back on that piece, as I didn't want to use that one.) I followed the directions and lightly pressed the pieces onto the red top. I removed the inner line piece and the logo was perfectly placed! I then sewed the applique logo in place. The picture shows the logo as it looks finished.
Without the Heat'n Bond, I wouldn't have been able to recreate the Wonder Woman logo for my daughter's Halloween costume. It bonded the two pieces of spandex fabric together so I could sew the logo in place. This version of Heat'n Bond is the "lite" version. It is meant to bond two pieces of lighter weight fabric, and from my reading and research, most people do sew on top of the Heat'n Bond. They do make a heavier version that is for more heavy duty applications.
Love cutting a strip of this for a hem, ironing it without steam, and having a great hem in a snap. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CLOSELY for best results!