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Thread: Ultimate pounce powder

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    Super Member sewingsuz's Avatar
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    Ultimate pounce powder

    Today I used this produce for the first time with stencils and it work real well. I dampened the quilt parts with a wet wash cloth as I went along. The directions say you can iron it off. i wash the quilt and it all came out.
    Suzanne
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    Suzanne,

    Is that the name of the product (Ultimate Pounce Powder)?
    Kitsy

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    Kitsy, Yes it is, The Paper that came with the powder says" The Ultimate Pounce Powder " and then It says" Iron It Off "This is the White powder and then when i ordered this I ordered some blue powder also and that bag says Quilt Pounce Chalk refill and it says" wash out, Do Not iron Off. The two powders are different.
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    Suzanne,

    Is that the name of the product (Ultimate Pounce Powder)?
    Suzanne
    Asking a seamstress to mend is like asking Picasso to paint your garage.

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    Suzanne,

    Thank you for letting me know about this powder. I will probably try it.
    Kitsy

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    I watched a demo of the Pounce at a quilt show when it first came out. I learned you don't pounce the chalk you swipe it across the stencil. It works great. The iron off chalk was only available in white color then. I'm still using the same bag of chalk I bought all that time ago. A little goes a long way.
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    I actually had to "pounce" it on a stencil i used that had sharp areas. the pounce cover kept getting caught on those when i tried to wipe it across the stencil. so I pounced and pounced. it did work.
    http://www.fulllinestencil.com/Ultim...t%20Pounce.htm

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