CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Thermoweb Heat'n Bond Ultra Hold Iron-On Adhesive-17"X36"
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- This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive
- This package contains one 36x17in adhesive
- Made in United States
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THERM O WEB-Heat 'n Bond Ultra Hold Iron-On Adhesive. 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. This package contains one 36x17in adhesive. Made in USA.
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Sometimes I fuse things together before diecutting them.
Sometimes I cut things out then collage/fuse bits o' paper or fabric onto the surface.
It easily bonds together two pieces of fabric by just using an iron. All you do is cut it in the shape you want, use the iron to secure it to your fabric, remove the backing from the other side, then use the iron to fuse everything together.
I made some really cool throw pillows where I fused shapes together and then outlined them with a basic zig-zag stitch. I've washed them in the washer and everything holds together just fine.
I love this stuff. If you are into fabric art, you have to have this!
This thermoweb is fairly thick. My Pfaff sewing machine was able to sew through it easily. It was more difficult to hand sew through the thermoweb though. But I think that is a good quality.
I would recommend ironing the adhesive onto your applique fabric, but leaving the paper on until you're ready to use (warm air can cause the fabric to temporarily stick together).