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Thread: Heat n Bond Vinyl

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    tmg
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    I was at the store the other day and saw this. Has anyone used it and how do you like it? I want to know before buying it. I think it will be nice for those hand made baby gifts if it works like it suppose to.

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    not sure exactly what this one is but all the heat and bond products I've used are VERY stiff

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    I'm not sure what it is but it might make a good changing pad.

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    Have used this on placemats to wipeoff spills.Can also be used on back of bibs,bags,etc. pab

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    I am puzzled, I cannot imagine using vinyl in any type of quilting

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    I'm not sure what it is but it might make a good changing pad.
    It is vinyl you can iron onto fabric

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    I use this iron on vinyl. When I make hand sewing thread catchers, the inside fabric will not "let go" of all of those threads - so I put the vinyl on the INSIDE lining. When you dump the bag all of the thread and lint comes out! Also for the serger thread catcher. Just makes sense to me. You can add it to changing pads you can make to match the nursery. I don't know that I would use it with quilting in any way.

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