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Thread: What is your favorite Fusable material/product

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    Senior Member blzzrdqueen's Avatar
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    I've enjoyed working with fusable web and Pellon's Fusable fleece for several projects. What are your favorite fusables?

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    I like Lite Head Bond...And Pellons Wonder Web

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    Steam A Seam 2 is wonderful. Use it for all my applique.

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    Heat n Bond Lite Love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayelee
    Heat n Bond Lite Love it
    ditto

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    Mistyfuse -- light, flexible, not at all stiff.

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    heat and bond light for me too :D:D:D

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    Steam a seam for me

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    Misty Fuse! So light and soft, I even have used it to baste quilts (leftover scraps) and can FMQ right through it. Also environmentally friendly and solvent free. Buy in bulk on Ebay, wayyy cheaper!

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    Anything that works is fine for me. I have several in my collection and have no qualms about any of the lite weight ones. I like Pellon fusible for my totes.

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