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Thread: Mistyfuse

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    http://www.mistyfuse.com/

    Anyone ever use this product?

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    I am interested in this too, especially the black misty fuse

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    I have used the misty fuse. It is good like suppose you want to make some table napkins two sided. You just have to put a layer of misty fuse between the two pieces of fabric and iron and done. No paper is on it so you have to fuse all at one time. It does hold good though. Hope that helps.

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    If it is the kind that has no paper backing, I have used it. Very light weight and holds it, but be sure to top stitch if it will be washed. And you will need a teflon pressing sheet too.

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