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The sewing machine needle goes through the glue without any problem? It has to be the Elmer's washable school glue, right? Do you dilute it? What about a glue stick? Thanks.
I've got a smile on my face, I've got four walls around me
The sun in the sky, the water surrounds me
I'll win now but sometimes I'll lose
I've been battered, but I'll never bruise
Please update us after you've had a chance to sew on it tonight.
I willtry this idea. Thank you.
Wil it wash out successfully?
I saw this on Pinterest and the thought crossed my mind that this might work rather than the quilt sprays that are out now - sure would be better for the lungs....what does everyone think....
How to Make Elmer's Glue Spray
Homemade glue spray made from ordinary school glue such as Elmer's Glue-All has a variety of uses including craft and building projects. It is also useful in building model cars and planes. Elmer's glue spray is extremely easy and inexpensive to make. Anywhere where a mild adhesive is needed, this glue spray glue will do the trick. Because Elmer's is water-soluble, cleanup is also quick and easy.
Combine equal parts glue and water in the spray bottle. Shake until they are completely combined.
Add 2 to 5 drops of dish soap to the glue mixture.
Swirl the mixture gently with the tube from the the head of the bottle until the dish soap has been thoroughly mixed in.
Read more: How to Make Elmer's Glue Spray | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6598712_make...#ixzz251ojNGgx
Wish I'd known about this sooner. I bought a whole bunch of 505 spray last time they were on sale at JoAnn.