Thermoweb Heat'n Bond Medium Weight Iron-On Fusible Interfacing-White 20"X36"
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- Measures 20 Inch x36 Inch
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Fusible medium weight iron-on interfacing for shirts collars and button holes. Sewable machine washable non-woven poly blend. Measures 20'' x 36''
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1. Edges of fabric should not ravel after they are ironed to backing.
2. Should iron on smoothly. When you turn the fabric over and look at the right side you should find an absolutely smooth surface without wrinkes, lumps, bumps or bubbles.
3. The fabric that has been fused should not feel stiff. With that being said, the fabric should not feel limp.
4. You should not have to re-iron areas where the backing will not come off. The backing should be easily released.
6. The interfacing should stick to all areas of the fabric. The fabic should be completely covered with interfacing when released.
The heavy weight Heat'n Bond does not meet my criteria as it is too stiff. Steam-a-Seam has the ability to release the fabric after it is ironed to the backing. I like that feature, but releasing seems to make the fabric fray. I don't really think that feature is perfected, and it is getting difficult to find. The fabric frays without being released also. I have had problems with bubbles when I use it. It does not seem to completely cover the fabric.
I have had problems with pellon 808 fraying.
Heat'n Bond is my go to product for fusing. I like it. Fuseable interfacing is a very personal choice. Quilters that use fuseables are very loyal to their brands as they like something that their favorite brand has to offer.
If you want to stitch on normal fabric and not just Aida, then try this and you will see more opportunities and ideas you can play around with.
Pro tip: Partchment Paper does not stick to Fusible interfacing... also PP can withstand the heat of the iron. Your Welcome!