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Thread: Tonertex Adhesives and Glitters

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    Junior Member fabuchicki's Avatar
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    Have you all seen these demoed at quilt shows? Bo-Nash is there every time I go and I watch this demo, mesmerized ... until they get to the price! But I finally gave in and it was WORTH it. These glitters, foils and glues are FUN. I made this t-shirt for my daughter after we drew some mermaids together one day. I couldn't think of what to do with the drawing but I liked it so I got those fabric adhesives and made this. I don't know how it will launder yet but she wore it to school today so I guess I'll find out in a few days. But as they say in the demo, the adhesive does stretch.

    Now, I swear, back to quilting ...
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    Gorgeous!!! I have seen these demonstated too, please let us know how well they launder. Did you use the foil on this design? It opens up another whole dimension of ideas for quilting, totes, clothing, etc... Also, did you find a retailer that was less expensive??

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    its beautiful!

    i use the glitters and foils on my quilts all the time and i also really like working with angelina fibers but my quilts are wallhangings and not meant to be washed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kluedesigns
    its beautiful!

    i use the glitters and foils on my quilts all the time and i also really like working with angelina fibers but my quilts are wallhangings and not meant to be washed.
    I love the look of the angelina fibers, too! Have been checking around looking for the special adhesives for them...too many interests....not enough time, lol

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    i use 007 or misty fuse with my angelina.

    if i'm making a thicker angelina i'll use the misty fuse and if i'm doing a very lacy angelina look i use the 007.

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    Beautiful. I am in awe of your talent. You drew that!!!!

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    Fabulouso. I can even see the fish on the left side, very creative. Thanks for showing us.

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