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Thermo Web 3358 Heat and Bond EZ-Print Lite Iron-On Adhesive, 8-1/2 by 11-Inch, White, 10-Pack
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- Easy to print trace and sew through
- This package contains ten 11 x 8-1/2 inch sheets of heat activated permanent double-sided adhesive
- These sheets are intended for use in standard inkjet printers only
- It is an machine washable and acid free
- Made in USA
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Thermoweb Heat 'N Bond EZ print lite iron on adhesive designed to work in most inkjet printers. Easy to print trace and sew through. Will not gum up needles. This package contains ten 11 x 8-1/2 inch sheets of heat activated permanent double-sided adhesive. These sheets are intended for use in standard inkjet printers only. Do not use in laser printers photocopiers or any other printer and copier that uses heat as this may damage the machine. It is an machine washable and acid free. Made in USA.
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Once the pattern is printed onto the paper, let the ink dry for a minute or so. Then place your fabric on the ironing board WRONG side UP. Place the EZ print paper adhesive side DOWN on the WRONG side of the fabric (the rough/non-printed side is the adhesive side - this is the side that should touch the wrong side of your fabric). Press 2-3 seconds, slightly overlapping until the paper adheres to the fabric. Make sure you have covered all of the edges. Then cut along the lines on your template (you will be cutting through the paper and fabric at the same time. This edges of this cutout will be the final applique that goes on your quilt, so make sure to cut smoothly and to the exact size you want the final applique to be. Some templates will have a dotted line, indicating that you should cut an inch or so outside the line - read your template instructions for details. Once you have cut the applique shape, peel the paper off of the fabric. Just use your fingernail to separate the paper from the fabric on one of the edges and then the whole piece will peel off easily. The adhesive will now have transferred from the paper to your fabric, and you can throw away the paper.
Place your fabric applique onto the RIGHT side of your quilting block, adhesive side down - the RIGHT side of the applique and RIGHT side of the quilting block will be facing up. If you are making an applique with several layers - such as a cat face with eyes and nose - you can put them on all at the same time. Take your time and position all fabric pieces properly, adhesive side down. Set your iron on the top of the fabric, and press and hold for ~ 6 seconds. Lift the iron and repeat, slightly overlapping over the entire applique. Once the applique is securely attached, I like to go over the whole thing one more time with the iron to make sure all of the edges, eyes, etc. are secure. Stitch around the edges of your applique, either by hand or by machine. I use a straight stitch, but you can also try zig-zag etc.
Great product, gives some structure to the applique, but is not too stiff. Having the adhesive makes it so much easier to stitch without your applique sliding around.
I will use this product every time I do applique, but I won't waste it in my home printer.